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2015-16 Faculty Pilot Program Awardee: Emily Carmody, MD

2015-16 Faculty Pilot Program Awardee: Emily Carmody, MD

Emily Carmody, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Assistant Professor at the Wilmot Cancer Center will lead a team of investigators in an exciting pilot project over the next year that will challenge the paradigm that cartilage loss in osteoarthritis is irreversible.

Rigor and reproducibility: What you need to know

Rigor and reproducibility: What you need to know

Thanks to 2012 study in which scientists attempted and failed to replicate the results of 1000 psychology studies, National Institutes of Health are placing an added emphasis on rigor and reproducibility. New requirements are popping up on grant applications to ensure that researchers are using rigorous, robust methodology that has been carefully planned out.

Meet the winner of the 3rd Annual “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” competition

Meet the winner of the 3rd Annual “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” competition

Angela Ryck is the winner of the University of Rochester’s 3rd Annual America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent Student Competition Winner. She spoke with CTSI Stories about her project.

REDCap Tip of the Month: Review of the Most Popular Tips of 2015

REDCap Tip of the Month: Review of the Most Popular Tips of 2015

Every month, the Institute of Translational Health Sciences (Washington) publishes a REDCap tip, shortcut, or best practice to help you get the most out of the installation. With 2015 coming to an end, we are taking a look back to see what tips readers found most valuable this year.

Scholar Spotlight: Wyatte Hall, Ph.D.

Scholar Spotlight: Wyatte Hall, Ph.D.

Wyatte Hall, Ph.D., a scientist in the Rochester Partnership for Deaf Postdoctoral Scholars program, discusses his field of study and Rochester’s vibrant deaf community in a brief video.