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Pediatric Research Day
Bonnie Ramsey, MD, of the University of Washington Institute for Translational Health Sciences and Seattle Children's Research Institute, will deliver the keynote address. Featured faculty from the UNC Department of Pediatrics will give presentations that highlight the range of pediatric research at UNC. The morning will close with a poster presentation and lunch. Please register to reserve a lunch in your name (lunch will only be provided for pre-registered attendees and participants).
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Grant Writing Community Workshop - Greensboro
Back by popular demand!! The Grant Writing Workshop will describe the major content areas of a grant proposal and how to develop each section, discuss the process of committing proposal ideas to paper, and provide resources and strategies for locating funding sources.
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Virtual Drug Development
Join Dr. Alex Tropsha (Associate Dean for Research, K.H. Lee Distinguished Professor) for his presentation as part of the Advanced Methodologies and Technologies Lecture Series. Dr. Tropsha is an expert in the fields of computational chemistry, cheminformatics, and structural bioinformatics who works to develop new methodologies and software tools for computer-assisted drug design.
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Pharmacometrics: Practical Aspects of PK Research
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Program On Health Workforce Research and Policy Seminar: "Increasing Access to Health Workers in Rural Areas: Case Studies from Laos and Uganda"
Wanda Jaskiewicz, Senior Team Leader for Global Leadership and Workforce Effectiveness at IntraHealth International, will present strategies and outcomes to increase health worker access in two developing countries. The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to juliespero@unc.edu to attend.
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Impact of Pharmacometrics on Boceprevir and Telaprevir Approvals and HCV Clinical Care
Boceprevir and telaprevir are novel, direct-acting drugs for hepatitis C treatment recently approved by the FDA for use in patients. Using novel pharmacometric methods, including disease progression and PK/PD modeling, the drugs were approved for use in patient populations and at drug dosages that had not been directly tested in clinical trials. Join the Pharmacometrics Core and the NC TraCS Institute for a Lunch’n’Learn* seminar with Dr. Pravin Jadhav, Pharmacometrics Team Leader at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and Dr. Michael Fried, Director of the UNC Liver Center in a discussion of the approaches used by the FDA to grant approval and the clinical impact of these drugs.
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Huron Webinar: Streamlining IRB Operations Using Flexible Membership Structures
Join NC TraCS for this IRB-Related Webinar-- bring your lunch and stay for a short discussion after!
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The NC TraCS Institute and Translational Research Workshop - Raleigh
You’ve heard about the NC TraCS Institute but what is it and what is Translational Research? This workshop will answer both of those questions! The Translational Research Workshop will introduce participants to translational research – what it is, why it is important to community health, and how to become involved. This training will also provide examples of successful translational research projects, a description of the services and programs offered by NC TraCS, and funding opportunities of interest. A question and answer session with an NC TraCS leadership correspondent will follow the presentation.
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The NC TraCS Institute and Translational Research Workshop - Greensboro
You’ve heard about the NC TraCS Institute but what is it and what is Translational Research? This workshop will answer both of those questions! The Translational Research Workshop will introduce participants to translational research – what it is, why it is important to community health, and how to become involved. This training will also provide examples of successful translational research projects, a description of the services and programs offered by NC TraCS, and funding opportunities of interest. A question and answer session with an NC TraCS leadership correspondent will follow the presentation.
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Introduction to Participatory Research Approaches Community Workshop- Greensboro
This workshop is intended to be an introduction to research approaches that involve communities as research partners. The workshop will introduce community-based participatory research (CBPR), and cover the rational, benefits, and challenges of this approach. It will also describe various organizations, institutions and opportunities to help you engage in participatory research.
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