Quantitative Methods Seminar

Quantitative Methods Seminar Hyunsu Ju

PMCH Seminar Series

“Gallstone Disease: The Translation of Population-based Research into Improved Patient Care.”

Taylor Riall, M.D., Ph.D
John Sealy Distinguished Chair in Clinical Research
Director, Center for Comparative Effectiveness and Cancer Outcomes

Thursday, October 23rd
1.104 Ewing Hall

Lunch Provided

ITS Seminar - Diseases of Modern Explorers: Ground-based Studies of Astronauts’ Maladies

The Institute for Translational Sciences presents
Topics in Translational Research
Diseases of Modern Explorers: Ground-based Studies of Astronauts’ Maladies

Don W. Powell, MD
Professor, Internal Medicine
Professor, Neuroscience and Cell Biology
Director, ITS - Clinical Research Center (CRC)
University of Texas Medical Branch

Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014
Caduceus Room, 6.300 Admin. Bldg., 6th floor
4:00pm - 5:00pm

A wine and cheese reception will follow at 5:00pm in the adjoining Ballinger Mills Room.
Encore viewing of past seminars available at:

Multicomponent Grant Application Workshop

2:00 - 4:00 PM

The Provost's Office is hosting a workshop on constructing and submitting large, multicomponent grant applications, such as Center grants, U Series, PPG, and R-24. The topics will include planning, timeline, prioritization, constructing a team, communication, and what reviewers look for. There will be presentations, with considerable time allocated for questions and general discussion.

The presenters include:

James S. Goodwin, MD
Vice President and Chief Research Officer
George and Cynthia Mitchell Distinguished Chair in Geriatric Medicine

Allan Brasier, MD
Nelda C. & HJ Lutcher Stark Distinguished Chair in Endocrinology
Associate Director, NHLBI Proteomics Center
Director, Sealy Center for Molecular Medicine
Director, Institute for Translational Sciences

David N. Herndon, MD
Jesse H. Jones Distinguished Chair in Burn Surgery
Professor of Surgery & Pediatrics
Chief of Staff and Director of Research, Shriners Hospitals for Children

Kathyrn Cunningham, PhD
Chauncey Leake Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology
Director, UTMB Center for Addiction Research

Registration is not required but we would appreciate your emailing Kelley A. Prevou (kaprevou@utmb.edu) if you plan to attend in order to give us an idea for number of handouts, etc.

We hope to see you there

UTMB Global Health Education Symposium

UTMB Global Health Education Symposium

NIEHS CET Environmental Health Sciences Seminar

The NIEHS Center in Environmental Toxicology cordially invites you to attend the Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series featuring:

Aubrey Miller, M.D., M.P.H.
Senior Medical Advisor
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Research Triangle Park, NC
Title: Disaster Health Research: NIEHS Activities & Future Plans

Monday, October 6, 2014
5.521 Levin Hall
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Everyone is welcome to attend!

Register Now - Translational Research Course

“Translational Research: Tools and Techniques”, is a series of weekly sessions offered by the Institute for Translational Sciences – Education Office (Karl E. Anderson, M.D. Course Director). This course will begin Monday, August 11, 2014, 5:15 p.m., Research Building 6 (formerly Children’s Hospital), Room 2.312. The one hour sessions will provide an overview of ethics, methods, and issues in the conduct of research involving human subjects.

Credit is available for:
1.) Risk Education (select sessions)
2.) Graduate Medical Education (select sessions)
3.) Graduate students enrolled in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

NEW for this year, participants may register ON-LINE! To register, please visit: https://redcapproject.utmb.edu/surveys/index.php?s=nWEta6
(You must be inside the UTMB “firewall” or if off-campus, VPN)

For more information, please visit:
http://www.its.utmb.edu/learning/courses_seminars/courses_and_seminars.html#ToolsTechniques or contact the Institute for Translational Sciences Education Office at 772-1484.

ITS Direct Connect - Connecting Researchers to Translational Science

Learn how to log into ITS Direct Connect and submit a ticket for help with your translational research.

Using ITS Direct Connect is quick and easy! Get your answers directly from our offices at the Institute for Translational Sciences. View the video to find out how.