“Moving from an Incidental Campus to an Intentional Campus for UTHSC” was first presented during the “Master Planning and the Impact on Space” Session during the 2015 GBA/GIP Spring Meeting in New York. As a way to engage with members beyond the in-person meetings, Dr. Kennard Brown and others will continue the conversation around this topic.
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UTRF Seeks Intern for Technology Transfer
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Hello Friends of West Cancer Center! We are excited to announce the 1st Annual Battle of the Bands event, benefiting WINGS Cancer Foundation, The University of Tennessee/West Institute for Cancer Research and Semmes-Murphey Foundation! Hosted at Neil’s Music Room on Saturday, April 11th , the Battle of the Bands will showcase two bands, Oasis and… Read More
“Write Winning Grant Proposals” seminars on May 1, 2015 is available for UTHSC faculty at no cost (registration required).
The registration is now open, and the deadline for registration is April 1, 2015.
The link to register online:
Biostats Club meeting Wed 02/11, 10am, Doctors Office Building, 66 N. Pauline, Classroom 400
Presenter: Fridtjof Thomas, PhD, Dept of Preventive Medicine
Title: Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects (HTE) in Patient Centered Outcomes Research
More information on the New UTHSC IRB policy entitled “Exemption for the Research Use of Selected De-Identified Specimen and Data Repositories”, Annual IRB Satisfaction Survey, and February Informative Sessions
Dr. Goldberg will visit the campus February 24 and 25, 2015, and will present a seminar which is open to all UTHSC faculty, postdocs, administrators, students and staff.
Seminar will be a discussion of the “Strategies for NIH Grant Proposals.”
Tuesday, February 24 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm at the Hamilton Eye Institute – Freeman Auditorium 930 Madison (3rd floor). Light refreshments will be served.