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Academy of Educators Visiting Professor
The Academy of Educators is excited to announce our fall visiting professor! Ann Jobe, MD, MSN will be visiting November 9-10 to provide education and consultation on Clinical Assessment.
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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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AOE Faculty Curriculum Session
"Social Media in Medical Education”.
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Bench to Bedside Translational Research Workshop
Translational research describes the effort to move findings from the lab bench to practice at the bedside and in the community. Research that is relevant to human health has an increasing advantage when reviewers evaluate the significance and impact of a research proposal. This session will describe how some faculty embarked on research programs that are translational. The presentation will focus on how to develop a translational research project, how to convince a reviewer that your research is translational, and where to find the resources for the necessary pilot studies to acquire critical preliminary data.
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BioEntrepreneur Workshop
The BioEntrepreneur Workshop is designed to help faculty and students learn the practical aspects starting a biomedical/life science company. Over the course of this two-day workshop, experienced entrepreneurs will coach attendees on how to evaluate the commercial potential of their technology, define the first steps in starting a company and assemble a startup roadmap for taking the next steps in launching the company.
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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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CRC Luncheon
NC TraCS has been working diligently with other offices on campus to help facilitate the conduct of clinical research studies here at UNC. Join us for a FREE lunch so that we can share with you projects that have been completed and those that are in progress. These projects have been developed to improve clinical research processes here on campus. Topics to be discussed during the luncheon include but not limited to: · Coordinating Training for clinical research personnel sponsored by the IRB, OCT, and NC TraCS · Clinical Research Awareness Days in the Hospitals · Searchable Clinical Research Study database for general public · Designated space in the hospital and rules for posting study advertisements (per UNC Healthcare) · Processing of incoming calls from potential study volunteers · Current UNC Healthcare clinical trial listing site transition to NC TraCS · Clinical Research Management System (CRMS) updates—including online submissions
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CRMS Lunch 'n' Launch
ATTENTION RESEARCH STAFF! Out with the old and in with the new... Turn formerly paper-based submissions into centralized ONLINE submissions! We've been working hard making improvements and expanding application capabilities and now it's time to reveal our NEW Clinical Research Management System (CRMS) site!
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CTRC Educational Session: An Overview of Diabetes and Current Trends in Diabetes Research
“An Overview of Diabetes and Current Trends in Diabetes Research” will be presented by Gail Fuller, CCRC will be held on Thursday May 24nd at 3pm in the CTRC conference room #3023. CNE contact hour will be provided.
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deadline for the Call for Posters for the Aging Exchange is FRIDAY, MARCH 18th
The deadline for the Call for Posters for the Aging Exchange is FRIDAY, MARCH 18th. The Aging Exchange will be held on Thursday, April 7th from 3-6pm at the Friday Center. CASH PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN!
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