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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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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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Using Biomarkers to Improve Discovery, Translational and Clinical Research
Presented by Ralph McDade, Ph.D., Myriad RBM
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Will the Academic Medical Center Survive or Thrive? - The Challenge for Chapel Hill and Beyond!
Darrell Kirch, President of the Association of American Medical Colleges, will describe the many current challenges facing academic medicine and strategies that can be employed to successfully address these challenges.
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Will the Academic Medical Center Survive or Thrive? - The Challenge for Chapel Hill and Beyond!
Darrell Kirch, President of the Association of American Medical Colleges, will describe the many current challenges facing academic medicine and strategies that can be employed to successfully address these challenges.
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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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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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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 Agilent Technologies SureSelect™ Platform for Target Enrichment: Focus your next-gen sequencing on DNA that matters
Presented by Emily M. Leproust, Ph.D. Director Applications and Chemistry R&D – Genomics During this presentation you will learn how the SureSelectTM Target Enrichment technology works and its main applications, as we cover the recent literature and the scientific discoveries that our technology has enabled. We will also present the current SureSelectTM product portfolio, which expands from All Exon kits to small capture customizable assays, including updates on new recently launched products that expand your opportunities for scientific discovery. Finally, you will learn how to scale up your project in order to study thousands of samples with SureSelectTM, by indexing libraries and implementing automation in the workflow.
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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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