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Amperometric sensors for clinical use: challenges and opportunities
Presented by: Mark Schoenfisch, PhD, Professor, Director of Graduate Studies This presentation will focus on the design of new sensor membranes to enable next generation point-of-care glucose and nitric oxide sensors. The fabrication and analytical performance of such sensors will be described with respect to their clinical utility. Future directions and new opportunities will also be discussed.
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Strengthening Your Research Partnership - Greensboro
The "Strengthening Your Research Partnership Workshop" will be a daylong workshop (8 hours) that introduces participants to components and considerations of conducting research between partners of different organizations. The workshop is appropriate for people considering entering a research partnership, new research partnerships or even long lasting partnerships. It will review commonly utilized tools for engaging in partnered research such as Community Advisory Boards, and writing Memoranda of Understanding. This workshop will NOT review data collection methods for participatory approaches to research. However, this workshop WILL provide an introduction to the practical tools and resources available to engage in partnered research.
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Using Biomarkers to Improve Discovery, Translational and Clinical Research
Presented by Ralph McDade, Ph.D., Myriad RBM
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Grant Writing Community Workshop - Raleigh
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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What You Should Know When Conducting Trials with Drugs or Devices- An Opportunity for Regulatory Guidance and Discussion
Investigational Device Exemption Workshop
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Clinical Trial Investigator Series (Apr 8, 2014)
Co-sponsored by the Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE), Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and NC TraCS, the purpose of the Clinical Trial Investigator Series (CTIS) is to provide education on how to successfully conduct clinical trials of drugs, devices, and to some extent, non-drug intervention trials. The intended audience is faculty, residents, or fellows who are, or aspire to be, clinical trial investigators. The modules will focus on different topics related to investigators’ responsibilities when conducting clinical trials. INVESTIGATORS’ ROLE IN MONITORING SAFETY Focuses on understanding the types of adverse events or unanticipated problems to report for drug, device, and non-drug intervention trials Presenter: Tim Kuhn, Training Coordinator, Office of Human Research Ethics (OHRE) Tuesday, April 8, 2014 | 3:00-4:00pm | Bondurant 3074 REGISTER HERE QUESTIONS? Contact Sohini Sengupta: sengups@unc.edu
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