The Tennessee Clinical and Translational Science Institute (TN-CTSI) will continue its research training series which was initiated last year with Research 101 (Spring 2020) and Research 102 (Fall 2020) and this year with Research 103 (Spring 2021). While Research 101,102, and 103 have been directed toward a general research staff audience, Principal Investigator Research Training will be offered in May /June of 2021 to specifically meet the needs of Principal Investigators across the state of Tennessee. However, anyone interested in research conduct is welcome to attend.
Please join us and our speaker, Dr. ShanShan Zhao (NIH/NIEHS), on 04/26, Monday 2pm, in our Biostatistics Seminar series. The seminar title is “M Assessing the Effects of Multiple Exposures Subject to Limit of Detection”.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Department of Psychiatry invites you to attend this weeks’ Resident Grand Rounds entitled COVID-19: Lasting Impacts for Psychiatry. Presented by Sara McHenry, MD, MBA, on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 12pm-1pm via Zoom. Contact email@example.com to receive the zoom link for the presentation.
All current employees received an email on January 7 with the subject “Mandatory Training: Please Complete UTHSC 2021 Annual Compliance Training.” In an effort to maintain compliance with federal regulations and UT system policies, we are asking each of you to complete the six remaining training courses in K@TE.
Department of Medicine/AOA Virtual Research Day(s) April 21-26
The Department of Medicine and AΩA Beta TN Chapter present Virtual Research Day, April 21-26. Select “read more” to access Medicine/AOA Research Day to view abstracts, posters, PowerPoint, and video presentations from fellows, residents, and medical students. Each presentation will contain a “chat box” for viewer comments and question
The Department of Medicine and AΩA Medical Student Virtual Research Day will kick-off during Medicine Grand Rounds on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21,2021 VIA ZOOM at 8:00 A.M. This is a special edition of Grand Rounds featuring oral presentations of the top abstracts submitted by fellows, residents, and students. Following Grand Rounds, the Research Day web site will go live.
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Join the Community Engaged Care Program Thursday, April 22 11 am-12:30 pm for an SDOH Intensive workshop on Trauma-Informed Care with Dr. Altha J. Stewart (UTHSC College of Medicine). Free to students, faculty, and staff at all campuses. RSVP at https://uthsc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/6645338 for Zoom details. Counts toward Social Determinants of Health Certificate.