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Monday, September 15th

Parallel machine learning approaches for reverse engineering genome-scale networks

Tuesday, September 16th

OHSP Policy 901: Investigator Responsibilities

Wednesday, September 17th

The New Hypertension and Lipid Guidelines

Red Cell Genotyping 2014: Clinical Solutions

Life Technologies Presenation: Quant Studio 12k Flex qPCR system and Symphoni qPCR Analysis Software

eIF3: a Bridge Between Translation and Transcription

Thursday, September 18th

Mechanistic studies on parametrial fat pad-promoted skin cancer

If You Don't Believe Us! (CLASP Elective)

Global Sensitivity Analysis for Repeated Measures Studies with Informative Dropout: A Semi-Parametric Approach

Partnering with Faculty and Trainees to Navigate a Dynamic Biomedical Research Landscape

Small Blood Vessels: Big Health Problems

Friday, September 19th

Conversing with Computers to Improve Social Skills?

Regional Healthcare Planning and Blood Pressure Initiatives

Part-time Faculty in Academic Medicine: Flexible or Career Impasse?


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The Voucher System provides CTSI financial assistance to researchers to fund expert consultation services in support of project planning and operation. Vouchers are issued to eligible researchers to fund fee-based consultation services, with a default limit of one voucher for the lifetime of a project.

Funding Opportunities

CTSI Novel Biostatistical and Epidemiologic Pilot Awards: Abstracts are due September 15.

Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program (ECRIP): Internal deadline is September 17.

CTSI KL2 Mentored Career Development Program: Letters of Intent are due September 26.

Research Development Fund: Internal deadline is October 3.

2015 Lurie Prize in Biomedical Sciences: Deadline is October 14.

Clinical Services for Older Adults: Internal deadline is October 15th.

Chemical Toxicity Data Model Competition: Deadline is November 14.

Milstein Medical Asian American Partnership Foundation (Various Opportunities): Deadline is November 1.