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Get Funding for Collaborations with Research Centers in Minority Institutions

Get Funding for Collaborations with Research Centers in Minority Institutions

The University of Rochester Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI) announces a funding opportunity to promote inter-institutional research collaboration between faculty, staff, and students from the University of Rochester and any of the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) grantee institutions.

CTSI Announces Research Centers in Minority Institutions Scholarly Exchange

CTSI Announces Research Centers in Minority Institutions Scholarly Exchange

The University of Rochester Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI) announces a funding opportunity to promote inter-institutional research collaboration between faculty, staff, and students from the University of Rochester and any of the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) grantee institutions.

CTSI Offers New Matchmaking Service: the Research Teambuilder

CTSI Offers New Matchmaking Service: the Research Teambuilder

The CTSI is offering a new Matchmaking service, which can connect faculty members with established researchers who have obtained funding in their field. Your personalized Matchmaker report created by the CTSI is broken in to two sections: a funding climate report at the top and then a ranked listing of the top six research projects that most closely match the supplied text at the bottom. This information can be used to forge new research collaborations; recruit new faculty members; identify mentors for junior faculty members and students; and help faculty better understand the types of research projects that are already underway.

New Study: Race, Not Gender, is Key Factor in NIH Funding

New Study: Race, Not Gender, is Key Factor in NIH Funding

A new study in Academic Medicine has found that women of color were less likely to receive NIH funding compared with Caucasian women. The study concluded that race, not gender, is the most significant factor influencing funding from the NIH.

SCORE Half-Day Seminar: A Minds-On Practice

SCORE Half-Day Seminar: A Minds-On Practice

The CTSI's Study Coordinators Organization for Research & Education (SCORE) recently held its 8th annual Half-Day Seminar. The seminar included lectures on self-determination theory, standard operating procedures, and mindful practice, as well as a first ever hands-on activity in root cause analysis.

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