The half-day 8th Annual Academic & Industry Intersection Conference, From Sensors to Big Data: Personalized & Population Health in the Digital Age, will explore the digital tools needed to facilitate a vision of personalized connected health and population health management. The event provides a collaborative environment for university researchers and industry executives using a program which describes current models and innovative trends shaping ...
These pilot research awards will provide one year of support for up to $70,000 in direct costs. Although the awards are open to all investigators, direct involvement of a Yerkes Core Scientist is required. Yerkes encourages applications from early career investigators and applications that propose translational research projects.
Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Development Core CFAR-series grants help to move junior faculty toward independent investigator status in HIV research at NIH by funding mentored research projects that will strengthen the competitiveness of their subsequent NIH applications. CFAR Grant Prep Workshops are also available.
The institute seeks teams of researchers working at different levels of analysis and employing integrative, novel, and creative experimental approaches to address high-risk, high-impact questions in basic neuroscience research, or in translational research.
This award includes guidelines for available funding support for meetings and conferences that align with PCORI's mission and strategic plan and facilitate expansion of patient-centered outcomes research/clinical comparative effectiveness research.
The Atlanta Data Science for Social Good (DSSG) program is an intensive, ten-week paid internship experience that blends data science and technology design. Graduate and undergraduate students will work on a team to address real-world problems in the City of Atlanta and in local nonprofits.
Emory’s Office of Technology Transfer (OTT), along with ACTSI, is offering the Kauffman FastTrac® TechVenture™ entrepreneur training course again in 2017. This is a six full-day course (over seven weeks) designed to train faculty entrepreneurs who plan to create a start-up company to commercialize their inventions. All faculty members at the ACTSI partner institutions (Emory, Georgia Tech, Morehouse School of Medicine, and UGA) are ...
CPTR is a multidisciplinary, innovative program that provides pre-doctoral or postdoctoral trainees with the expertise and experience to translate fundamental biomedical scientific discoveries into treatments that will benefit human health. Sixteen credits of didactic training focused on translational research in Emory’s Laney Graduate School of Emory University are required to complete the certificate program. Emory faculty and postdocs may ...
Statistics research group directed by ISyE/BME professor Brani Vidakovic, offers free consulting for data-analysis questions in the domain of bio-related initiatives. Every Thursday from 1:00-2:30 pm in Whitaker 2100, the group will provide assistance and statistical advice for external grant applications, model/methodology selection, and publication/PhD thesis work, as well as general data analysis coming from Georgia Tech research labs.
The American Red Cross says every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Since 1943, March has been selected as Red Cross Month to recognize how communities are helped by blood donations. 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Zoom Conference inspires girls to accelerate into leadership through proximity, exposure, mentorship and education. Middle and high school girls, parents, educators, non-profit and faith-based youth leaders, social service professionals should attend.
3D printing combined with patient specific design has enormous potential to address challenges in pediatric surgery and medicine, from patient specific models for procedure planning to custom implants and devices to platforms for regenerative medicine.
The training workshop will feature medical experts from the Clinical Trials and Community Physicians Network, Duke University Medical Center, and the Merck Corporation. The ABC Cardiovascular Study will serve as a resource for enrolling research participants, ensuring compliance and alignment of ethical requirements and managing and sharing research data with appropriate study stakeholders. The CME training is co-sponsored by ACTSI and the FDA. ...
Analytics Forward is an unconference by and for analytics professionals which is co-sponsored by the South Hub. Spend a Saturday at the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina campus learning about the latest techniques, trends, and tools in analytics.
The K-Club provides an educational forum to assist fellows and faculty. The discussion will be led by Stacy Heilman, PhD, assistant professor, director, Pediatric Research Operations, Emory University Department of Pediatrics and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. A light lunch will be provided at noon in Egleston, classrooms 5-7. Register to view remotely | RSVP ...
Join The Atlanta BEST Program to get some hands-on experience in what patent agents and lawyers do in their day-to-day. Workshop will be run by an Emory PhD alumni who is a patent attorney at a local Atlanta law firm. Workshops are intended to provide an experience that is in¿between an informational interview and an internship. The goal is to simulate typical job tasks associated with different career paths, as well as provide current insights from a variety of practicing professionals in a variety of career paths.
An informal faculty panel discussion featuring senior faculty from across the university will talk about the grants they did not get, the book contract that fell through, challenges they ran into when writing and/or researching – and what they gained from those failures. Hear their stories and learn how they kept from getting discouraged. The session will be held in the Center for Ethics Commons, Room 102 w/remote viewing in Egleston, Classrooms ...
In collaboration with the Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce, this is an event for local life science and biomedically related companies to meet PhD students, postdocs, and alumni in STEM fields. They will talk about what about what their companies do and their hiring needs, locally and globally. This is a chance for trainees to meet local employers and alumni and be informed about the broader career paths available, the skills sets they should develop while in their training, and the experiences companies are looking for in competitive candidates.
The Southern Data Science Conference will be held in Atlanta. The speakers' schedule includes Joel Grus (Data Science from Scratch), Michael Brzustowicz (Data Science with Java), and Trey Grainger (Solr in Action).
This webinar will be led by Gretchen Stup, senior consultant, Latham BioPharm Group, and will bring to light the importance of risk management as well as introduce methods and tools that can be implemented to ensure a successful risk management process.
Register Now! The 3rd Annual ACTSI-Community Engagement Research Program Forum will be held all-day on April 27 and half-day on April 28 at the Atlanta Technical College Dennard Conference Center. The forum will provide participants with the tools necessary to develop and sustain successful and mutually beneficial community-university translational research partnerships to improve population health in metro Atlanta and beyond. ...
Scientists will convene on Washington, DC for the March for Science, immediately following the Translational Science meeting. The march is organized as a demonstration of support and call to safeguard the scientific community and the role it plays in providing insight into individual lives and the world.
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