Title and Presenter
May 18, 2022
Social Media to Maximize Research Exposure
Presented by Daniel Castillo, M.L.I.S., Ed.D., Jeff Koslofsky, M.A., Alayna Loiselle, Ph.D., Elizabeth Murray, D.O., M.B.A., Susanne Pallo, Ph.D.
March 9, 2022
Art of Writing a Good K Grant
Presented by Stephen Hammes, M.D., Ph.D., and Robert Holloway, M.D., M.P.H.
|January 19, 2022
Elevator Pitch: Moving Your Research in the Right Direction
Presented by Thomas Mariani, Ph.D. and David Long, MPA, MSBA
November 17, 2021
How to Talk to a Biostatistician or Bioinformatician
Presented by Dalia Ghoneim, Ph.D., Michael McDermott, Ph.D., and Andrew McDavid, Ph.D.
September 23, 2021
Starting Your Lab: How to Hire your First Employee
Presented by Tiffany Totman, MBA; Kelly Unsworth, M.S., CIP, CCRP; JoAnne VanBuskirk; Benjamin D Korman, M.D.; Bridget E. Young, Ph.D., CLC
July 14, 2021
Conducting Clinical and Translational Research: How the UR CTSI Can Help
Presented by Carrie Dykes, Ph.D., Jeanne Holden-Wiltse, MPH, MBA, Edwin van Wijngaarden, Ph.D. of the UR CTSI.
Resources for Early-Stage Investigators
K-Bank: A Collection of K-Grant Application Documents
Available to University of Rochester faculty and staff with a NetID, the K-Bank contains over 40 documents from successful K01, K08, K23, KL2, and K99 award applications from URMC faculty. This growing resource includes full grant submissions as well as individual research plans, career development plans, specific aims, and summary statements. Tap into the K-Bank to help guide your next K application.
Research Methods Forum
The Research Methods Forum provides an interactive setting for investigators to present new and developing research ideas to multidisciplinary experts in clinical research methods to get feedback and develop collaborations. Early-stage investigators who plan to apply for a UR CTSI Pilot or KL2 award are especially encouraged to participate in the forum.
Early Stage Faculty Boot Camp
The Early-Stage Faculty Boot Camp, a free, one-year career development course, is designed to help senior instructors and assistant professors at URMC identify the skills they need to advance their careers. The course will connect you with local resources and help you frame your career and set an individual plan for the future.
Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association
The Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association (JFBRA) is an academic peer group designed to serve the unique needs of early-stage PhD and MD faculty to promote their success in scientific discovery, funding, publications, mentoring, teaching and service to the University of Rochester and the greater Rochester community. The JFBRA is just one of many offerings of the UR SMD Faculty Development.
Translational Science Training Resources
The UR CTSI can help you build competency and cultivate the characteristics of a translational scientist with both local and national education and career development resources. Learn more about our Translational Science Training Resources.
The RESIN group is made up of members of the UR CTSI, clinical and basic science departments, and the Office of Faculty Development. Our steering committee includes:
- Kate G. Ackerman, M.D., associate professor of Pediatric Critical Care and Biomedical Genetics
- Jennifer Howitt Anolik, M.D., Ph.D., professor of Allergy/Immunology and Rheumatology, Microbiology and Immunology, and Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and associate chair of Research for the Department of Medicine
- Stephen R. Hammes, M.D., Ph.D., Louis S. Wolk Distinguished Professorship in Medicine and chief of the Division of Endocrine/Metabolism, Vice Chair for Academic Affairs and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Medicine, and professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Pharmacology and Physiology
- Elaine L. Hill, Ph.D., associate professor of Public Health Sciences and Economics, and representative for the Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association
- Robert G. Holloway, M.D., M.P.H., professor and Edward A. and Alma Vollertsen Rykenboer Chair in Neurophysiology in the Department of Neurology, and professor of Palliative Care
- Thomas J. Mariani, Ph.D., professor of Pediatrics, Neonatology; Biomedical Genetics; and Environmental Medicine
- Camille A. Martina, Ph.D., research associate professor of Public Health Sciences
- Homairi Rahimi, M.D., professor of Pediatric Rheumatology and representative for the Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association
- Laurie A. Steiner, M.D., associate professor of Pediatrics, Neonatology
- Alfred Vitale, M.S., Ph.D., research assistant professor and director of Research Education and Career Development at UR CTSI
- Kimberly A. Van Orden, Ph.D., associate professor of Psychiatry Research
- Edwin van Wijngaarden, Ph.D., professor and associate chair of Public Health Sciences and professor of Dentistry, Environmental Medicine, Pediatrics and Center for Community Health and Prevention