CTSI Calendar of Events

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Sunday, September 14th

September 14-20, 2014

National Meeting

National Library of Medicine Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course

The course offers participants a week-long immersive experience in biomedical informatics and provides continuing education to health care professionals interested in the application of computer technologies to medicine.The deadline for application is July 7, 2014, 8:00 AM EDT.

Robert B. Greenblatt M.D. Library, Georgia Regents University
Monday, September 15th

12:00-1:00 pm Institute for Data Science Seminar

Parallel machine learning approaches for reverse engineering genome-scale networks

Presented by Srinivas Aluru, Professor of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology

Computer Studies Building, Room 209
Tuesday, September 16th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

OHSP Policy 901: Investigator Responsibilities

Presented by Kelly O'Donoghue, MPH, CIP, OHSP  Director, Office for Human Subjects Protection

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, September 17th

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

The New Hypertension and Lipid Guidelines

Presented by John Bisognano, MD. All are invited to attend; registration is not necessary. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 credit. Any questions, contact Judy Hazelden at (585) 760-6352.

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1

8:25 am- 4:15 pm

National Meeting

Red Cell Genotyping 2014: Clinical Solutions

Red cell genotyping has moved from the bench to the bedside. This symposium will provide an update on clinical solutions that red cell genotyping provides in transfusion medicine. Clinical and laboratory training aspects are also featured, which accompany the current molecular immunohematology opportunities.

Lister Hill Auditorium, NIH, Bethesda, MD

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

GRC Technical Seminar Series

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

* Introduction to Quant Studio 12k Flex qPCR system and Applications

* Symphoni qPCR Analysis Software: A new tool to help accelerate your research

* A New Era in Gene Editing

* Genetic Analysis Tools for Validating Genome Editing Experiments

Reserve your timeslot now to meet 1:1 with a Field Applications Scientist to answer your questions or troubleshoot your qPCR data (bring files on a USB drive). Office hours will be available throughout the seminar. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to John_ashton@umrc.rochester.edu

Upper Auditorium (3-7619)

2:00-3:00 pm

Biochemistry and Biophysics Seminar Series

eIF3: a Bridge Between Translation and Transcription

Presented by Jamie Cate, Ph.D., Professor, Departments of Molecular and Cell Biology and Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley

K-307 Auditorium (3-6408)
Thursday, September 18th

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

EHSC Seminar Series

Mechanistic studies on parametrial fat pad-promoted skin cancer

Presented by Dr. Jamie J. Bernard, Rutgers University, Dept. of Chemical Biology.

EHSC Conference Room (4-8820)

2:30-4:00 pm

CLASP Elective

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

This elective will provide a refresher of certain key sponsored research administration topics as provided by knowledgeable representatives from our peer institutions. Topics included, but are not limited to: Effort Reporting, Export Controls, the forthcoming OMB Omni Guidance, differences between gifts, grants and contracts;and much more! If you don’t believe us (your UR Central Office liaisons), come listen to what our counterparts at our peer institutions have to say! Register here.

K-207 Auditorium (2-6408)

3:30 - 5:00 pm

2014 Yakovlev Colloquium

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

Presented by Daniel O. Scharfstein, ScD, Professor of Biostatistics at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Helen Wood Hall (1w-502)

Thursday, September 18th- Saturday, September 20th

 

AAMC Professional Development Meeting

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

We invite research deans, graduate deans, deans of clinical research, postdoctoral program directors, and all those with an interest in advancing biomedical research and research training to join us for lively discussion and professional development activities around engaging with faculty, trainees, and the public to strengthen the biomedical research enterprise. Click here to view the full program.

Worthington Renaissance
200 Main St
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
USA

September 18th- September 19th

National Workshop

Small Blood Vessels: Big Health Problems

The goal of the proposed workshop is to identify common challenges and foster interdisciplinary collaboration and synergy in the broad area of small vessel biology in health and disease, across various organs of the human body. The workshop will achieve this goal by strategically bringing together researchers from different relevant biomedical research areas related to small vessel biology or disease, many of whom have not yet worked together to significant extent. This has created knowledge gaps that the workshop will address through sharing research findings followed by several cross-disciplinary panel discussions, including a final discussion of lessons learned, common challenges, as well as immediate and future opportunities for synergy and collaboration to accelerate future advances in the field.

Online Webinar
Friday, September 19th

11:30 - 1:00 pm

CIRC Symposium Series

Conversing with Computers to Improve Social Skills?

Presented by M. Ehsan Hoque, Ph.D., Department of Computer Science Human nonverbal behaviors are subtle, fleeting, and often contradictory. Is it possible for a computer to recognize, understand and interpret human nonverbal behavior and provide meaningful feedback? In this talk, I will highlight a few applications along with live prototypes to demonstrate the possibilities of computers helping us to improve our social skills.

Computer Studies Building, Room 209

12:00-1:00 pm

Public Health Grand Rounds

Regional Healthcare Planning and Blood Pressure Initiatives
Presented by Howard Beckman, MD, FACP, FAACH, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at the University of Rochester. Lunch will be provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)

12:00-1:30 pm

Diversity Seminar Series

Part-time Faculty in Academic Medicine: Flexible or Career Impasse?
Presented by Linda M. Schiffhauer, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Raissa Villanueva, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Neurology. The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Center for Experiential Learning, Room 2-7536
Tuesday, September 23rd

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Cognition in the Menopausal Transition: How Reproductive Aging Impacts Cognitive Aging in Women

Presented by Miriam Weber, PhD, Assistant Professor, Neurology and Obstetrics and Gynecology

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, September 24th

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

Behavioral Management of Dementia

Presented by Claudia Gonzalez, MD

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1
Thursday, September 25th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

What Mind-Body Research Can Tell Us About Behavioral Health...and How To Improve It

Presented by George Nasra, M.S., M.D., MBA, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Class of '62 Auditorium
Friday, September 26th

12:00-1:00 pm

Wilmot Cancer Center Colloquiums

Solid Tumors

Presented by Michael E. Williams, MD, ScM, Byrd S. Leavell Professor of Medicine, Chief, Hematology/Oncology Division, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, Virginia

WCC2 Conference Room, 2.0727
Monday, September 29th

September 29th- October 3rd

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Training

Academic Core Curriculum for Junior Faculty

Save the Dates! This is a week-long course designed to help Senior Instructors and Assistant Professors with clinical responsibilities identify the skills they need for more successful career advancement. Information regarding registration will be available soon. If you have any questions, please contact CTSI Education Program Coordinator, Katie Libby.

Registrants will receive the course location via email

September 29th- October 1st

 

National Meeting

Immunogenics 2014

The HudsonAlpha-Science Conference on Immunogenomics will bring together preeminent leaders and thinkers at the intersection of genomics and immunology. Join us on the HudsonAlpha biotechnology campus in Huntsville, a city that boasts the finest Southern hospitality and a storied history as one of the U.S. space program’s primary contributors.

HudsonAlpha Biotechnology Campus
Huntsville, Alabama, USA

September 29th- September 30th

Online Workshop

Pathways to Prevention Workshop: The Effectiveness and Risks of Long-Term Opiod Treatment for Chronic Pain

The goal of the Pathways to Prevention (P2P) program is to host workshops that identify research gaps in a selected scientific area, identify methodological and scientific weaknesses in that scientific area, suggest research needs, and move the field forward through an unbiased, evidence-based assessment of a complex public health issue.

Online Webinar
Tuesday, September 30th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

High Morbidity, Low Mortality : Women's Health Conditions and Research Neglect

Presented by Donna Baird, PhD, Principal Investigator, Epidemiology NIEHS/NIH

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, October 2nd

7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Conference

16th Annual Health Care Compliance Conference

The University of Rochester Medical Center Compliance Office welcomes the participation of key governmental leaders and health care experts at its 16th Annual Health Care Compliance Conference.  The speakers at this year's conference will provide an inside view of current government activity, provide advice on best practices from multiple fronts and introduce new-age treatment concepts from delivery to billing.

URMC

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Topic TBD

Presented by Brad Berk

Upper Auditorium
Friday, October 3rd

8:30 am - 3:30  pm

Annual Conference

Spanning the Continuum of Care: Innovations in Geriatric Health Practice (27th Annual Nursing Home Conference)

The Long Term Care Conference will provide geriatric health professionals throughout the continuum of care with clinical and practical topics relevant to health practice with older adults. The conference is for health care providers from all disciplines.  Including, physicians, physician assistants, medical directors, social workers, nurses, nurse practitioners, OT & PT, nursing home administrators and any other professionals interested in the field of geriatrics & aging

Monroe Community Hospital

12:00 - 1:30 pm

Diversity Seminar Series

Seeing' Patients: Cultural Awareness in Academic Medicine and Why We Need It

Presented by Emma Ciafaloni, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Program Director, Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship Program, and Co-Director, MDA Clinic, URSMD

Natapow Room (1-9545)
Tuesday, October 7th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Reproductive Issues in People with Epilepsy

Presented by Lynn Liu, MD, Associate Professor, Neurology, Epilepsy, Anesthesiology and Pediatrics, Critical Care

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, October 8th

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

Medical Family Therapy and Dementia

Presented by Carol Podgorski, PhD

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1
Thursday, October 9th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

CCRD Session

Presented by Jennifer Richman, M.D.

Whipple Auditorium (2-6424)

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearchMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMatch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
October 9th- October 10th

Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy: Delivering the Promise

This two-day national symposium addresses recent advances in the field and should be an exciting forum for discussion and debate on the current understanding of the immunotherapy of cancer.

NIH, Bethesda, MD
Friday, October 10th

12:00-1:00 pm

Wilmot Cancer Center Colloquiums

Topic TBD

Presented by Joyce Slingerland, MD, PhD, FRCP(C), Professor of Medicine, Director, Braman Family Breast Cancer Institute, Associate Director for Translational Research, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, Florida

K-307 Auditorium (3.6408)
Tuesday, October 14th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Should unwanted pregnancy be considered a high-risk perinatal condition? Analyzing the Experience of 300,000+ Upstate Women

Presented by Tim Dye, PhD, Director, Biomedical Informatics for the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Associate Chair and Professor, Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology , Professor, Medical Informatics and Pediatrics

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)

5:30-6:30 pm

 

4th Annual  Bernard Guyer Lectureship Public Health

Patricia O'Campo, PhD will present "Tackling Worldwide Health Inequities: Is the evidence failing us?" on Tuesday, October 14th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304). 

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, October 15th

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

Pituitary Tumors:  More Common Than You Think

Presented by Edward Vates, MD and Catherine Hastings, NP

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1
Thursday, October 16th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

The Impaired Physician

Presented by Jack McIntyre, M.D.. Annual Steinberg Lecture

Whipple Auditorium (2-6424)
Friday, October 17th

12:00-1:00 pm

Symposia

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Tuesday, October 21st

October 21-23, 2014

NIH Conference

“Land of Achievement: Extending the Reach of Science” 16th Annual National Small Business Innovation in Research Conference

Goal: The NIH SBIR/STTR conference helps small businesses in the life science sector learn more about the approximate $700 million dollars of annual NIH funding that is available to forge academic partnerships and build new businesses based on recently developed biotechnology. Attendees discover how to successfully submit an application; tips for approaching partners and investors; the types of technical assistance programs NIH offers to awardees; and have the chance to discuss specific questions with NIH SBIR and STTR subject-matter experts.

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Wednesday, October 22nd

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

Spinal Problems in the Elderly

Presented by David Speach, MD

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Intellectual Property: Opportunities for Residents and Fellows

The process of filing a patent 15 ago and its sequel. Tom Guttuso, MD, former Neurology resident and fellow, now Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Buffalo. Scott Catlin, JD, Associate Vice President of Innovative Technology.

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, October 23rd

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Shoolman Lecture

Presented by Matcheri Keshavan, M.D.

Class of '62 Auditorium
Tuesday, October 28th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Topic TBD

Presented by Joshua Allen, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Environmental Medicine

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, October 29th

8:00 am-9:00 am

Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds

Promoting Successful Aging in Vulnerable Populations

Presented by Krupa Shah, MD

Monroe Community Hospital, 435 E. Henrietta Road, Auditorium A - Hope 1

7:30 am- 1:00 pm

Conference

Stanford Friedman Memorial Conference

The conference will address gaps related to understanding the impact of development on child and adolescent behavior and how best to intervene for conditions such as conversation reactions as well as engage young people in health promoting behaviors. This is increasingly important as the focus of health turns to wellness.

URMC
Thursday, October 30th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Topic TBD

Presented by Eric Caine, M.D. and John Romano Professor and Chair of Psychiatry

Class of '62 Auditorium
Tuesday, November 4th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Topic TBD

Presented by Jean Wactawski-Wende, PhD, Interim Dean of SPHHP, Professor, Epidemiology and Environmental Health, University at Buffalo

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, November 5th

November 5th- November 7th

 

National Meeting

Feeling the Pulse of Clinical Research Nursing: Impact and Value Through Caring, Communication, and Compliance

The International Association of Clinical Research Nurses is a professional nursing organization. Its purpose is to define, validate and advance clinical research nursing as a specialty practice and to support the professional development of registered nurses who directly or indirectly impact the care of clinical research participants across all clinical specialties.

Revere Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts
Thursday, November 6th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Topic TBD

Presented by Robert McCann, M.D.

Class of '62 Auditorium
Friday, November 7th

12:00-1:00 pm

Wilmot Cancer Center Colloquiums

Cancer Control and Survivorship

Presented by Kevin C. Oeffinger, MD, Director, Memorial Sloan Kettering Adult Long-Term Follow-Up Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, New York

WCC2 Conference Room (2.0727)

November 7th- November 11th

 

Annual Meeting

Learn Serve Lead 2014: The AAMC Annual Meeting

Current and future leaders — deans, CEO's, faculty, administrators, residents, students, and other medical school and teaching hospital stakeholders—will gather for the opportunity to learn together, identify ways to better serve our communities, and lead the change that is needed to improve the health of all.

Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday, November 11th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Topic TBD

Presented by Emily Barrett, PhD, Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, November 13th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

CCRD Session

Presenter TBD

Whipple Auditorium (2-6424)

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearchMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMatch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
Tuesday, November 18th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Office for Human Subjects Protection Presentation: Topic TBD

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)

8:30 am-3:00 pm

Symposium

Institute for Innovative Transition Annual Institute
Keynote speaker will be Barbara Brandt, PhD, Associate Vice President for Education at the University of Minnesota.

Memorial Art Gallery
Wednesday, November 19th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

DSMB: Qualification, Confidentiality and Indemnification

Presented by Karl Kieburtz, M.D., MPH. and Karen Rabinowitz, JD

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Friday, November 21st

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Tuesday, November 25th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Bone-targeted drug delivery

Presented by Danielle Benoit, PhD, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Tuesday, December 2nd

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Topic TBD

Presented by Ann Dozier, PhD, Acting Chair and Associate Professor, Public Health Sciences, Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing, School of Nursing

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, December 4th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Topic TBD

Presented by George Nasra, M.S., M.D., MBA

Class of '62 Auditorium
Monday, December 8th

December 8th-9th

Conference

7th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Transforming Health Systems to Optimize Individual and Population Health

A forum for discussing the science of dissemination and implementation, the 7th annual conference aims to grow the research base by bridging the gap between evidence, practice, and policy in health and medicine. Researchers, evaluators and implementers who are interested in identifying opportunities, challenges, and strategies for disseminating the findings and implementation of research to key stakeholders are encouraged to attend.

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
Tuesday, December 9th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Pregnancy Outcomes and Women's Health in Neuromuscular Disorders

Presented by Emma Ciafaloni, MD, Associate Professor, Neurology and Pediatrics

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, December 11th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

CCRD Session

Presented TBD

Class of '62 Auditorium

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearchMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMatch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
Tuesday, December 16th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Seminar Series

Office for Human Subjects Protection Presentation: Topic TBD

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, December 17th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Retracted Papers: Why they Continue to be Heavily Cited and What to Do About It. "There ought to be a law"

Presented by Jennifer Griggs, MD and Steven Engel, PhD

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Friday, December 19th

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
2015
Thursday, January 8th

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearchMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMatch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
Friday, January 16th

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Wednesday, January 21st

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Drug Supply for Clinical Trials: Contractual Issues with Drug Supply

Presented by Cornelia Kamp, MBA, Director, Clinical Materials Services Unit (CMSU) and Pat Bolger,  CMSU Director Clinical & Business Affairs

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, January 30th

TBD

Save the Date: Annual Tana A. Grady-Weliky, MD, Lecture

TBD
Thursday, February 12th

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearcherMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMarch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
Friday, February 20th

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Wednesday, February 25th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Clinical Trials of Devices and FDA Approvals

Presented by Arthur Moss, MD

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, March 12th

3:00-4:30 pm

Webinar

ResearcherMatch.org Monthly Researcher Training

A free webinar on how to use ResearchMarch.org, a University-supported recruitment tool, is now available for researchers (investigators and coordinators). The webinar is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3-4:30pm ET. Researchers can attend once and repeat the training as needed.  When registering, indicate ET time zone.  To register click here.

Online
Friday, March 20th

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Wednesday, March 25th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Discoverability, Freedom of Information and the Clinical Investigator

Presented by Robert Dworkin, Ph.D. and Gail Norris, JD, Vice President and General Counsel

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Thursday, April 16th
April 16th- April 18th

Translational Science 2015

Registration Ends on 04/03/2015

Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street NW, Washington, DC
Friday, April 17th

12:00-1:00 pm

 

Monthly CIRC Symposia

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium, where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.

TBD
Wednesday, April 29th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Copyrights and Commercialization: Patient Outcome Measure Development

Presented by Chad Heatwole, MD, and Scott Catlin JD, Associate Vice President of Innovative Technology.

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, May 27th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Clinical Trial Misconduct: Case Study

Presented by Rachel Biemiller, MD and Aileen Shinaman, JD, Office of Counsel.  This session will focus on repercussions for changing data, supplying missing data, fabricating data.

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, June 17th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Patent Infringement: COX Fighting

Presented by Kerry O’Banion, MD, PhD, and Thomas Jackson, JD, Immediate past University of Rochester President

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, September 30th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Industry Consulting: Part One

Presented by Karl Kieburtz, MD, MPH. Entering into consulting arrangements with industry, discussing CDA's and consulting agreement negotiations, liability, confidentiality

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, October 21st

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Industry Consulting: Part Two

Presented by Karl Kieburtz, MD, MPH, and Karen Rabinowitz, JD, Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics. Entering into consulting arrangements with industry, discussing CDA's and consulting agreement negotiations, liability, confidentiality.

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)
Wednesday, November 18th

12:00-1:00 pm

CTSI Skill-Building Workshop

Patient Consents: For Protecting the Patient? Or for Protecting the Investigator and Institution

Presented by Carl D’Angio, MD, and Kelley O'Donoghue, MPH, CIP, Director, Office of Human Subjects Protection.

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1w-304)