October 16, 2018

  October 18, 2018

 Mingling Minds

You are invited to an informal event promoting interdisciplinary, collaborative research. Please join us in the University Club at 4:15 PM, October 18 for refreshments and keynote speakers Dr. Steven Machtaler & Dr. Michael Wu. RSVP by October 15 to reserve a spot.


Please Contact Us for any questions or concerns.

  October 24, 2018

 HSC 990 Series: Dr. Carolyn Ells

The OVDR welcomes Dr. Carolyn Ells for a hot topic presentation focused on the ethics of research and the graduate student/mentor relationship. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend HLTH GB10 from 11:30am-1:00pm on Wednesday, October 24. For those unable to attend in person, the presentation will be recorded and streamed via WebEx. 

Please Contact Us for WebEx streaming information, to obtain a digital copy of the seminar, or with any other inquiries.

 October 26/November 5, 2018

 Resident Research Town Hall

We welcome all who are interested to join us in E-1130 Health Sciences Building from 11:30am-1:00pm on October 26; or B450, Health Sciences Building, from 4-5:30pm on November 5. Both meetings will have the same presentation content. For those unable to attend in person, Webex connection will be provided. Please see document for details.

Contact Us with any questions, concerns, or comments.

 November 23, 2018

 Dean's & Biomedical Fall Poster Day

Please join us to celebrate students in the College of Medicine who participated in the Dean's and Biomedical Summer Research Projects. Poster viewing, keynote speech by Dr. Richard Huntsman, and award ceremony will all be held in Health Sciences D-Wing, beginning at 9:30 am.

Contact Us with any questions.

Announcements (cont'd)

 October 4, 2018

 2018 CoMRAD Funding Decisions: To Be Announced October 22

All faculty that took the time to apply to the 2018 CoMRAD competition will receive a personal communication via email indicating the success or decline of their proposed project. In addition, a comprehensive list of award recipients will be posted on our website. Be sure to check the OVDR website frequently for updates.

Please Contact our office with any questions or comments about 2018 CoMRAD.

 September 28, 2018

 Dr. Erin Prosser-Loose: Guest Blogger for the Dean

On behalf of the Diversity & Inclusion Working Group, the OVDR is very proud of our office's own Dr. Erin Prosser-Loose, the guest author of the most recent Preston's Page blog. The article identifies intentional action to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace as a driving force to increased productivity, more creativity, new discoveries, and encourages the Platinum Rule: the right thing to do.

Read the blog.

Please Contact Erin with any questions or comments.

 September 28, 2018

 Welcome: Chelsea McGinnis, Research Impact Analyst

Our office is delighted to welcome Chelsea McGinnis as our Research Impact Analyst. This is a new position in the OVDR, developing and implementing effective practices to capture, manage, track, and analyze academic research productivity in the College of Medicine (CoM). As the Analyst, Chelsea uses measured outputs and best communication practices to disseminate information about CoM research prodcutivity and impact in the CoM, University, and community.

Welcome, Chelsea!

Please Contact Chelsea with any questions or comments.

 September 28, 2018

 Welcome: Dr. Erin Prosser-Loose, Research Equity & Diversity Specialist

The OVDR is elated to welcome Dr. Erin Prosser-Loose as our Research Equity & Diversity Specialist. Erin will be working with members of our research environment to address Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) issues, including, but not limited to: considerations in research proposals, make-up of research teams, and biases in funding and recognition. As the Specialist, Erin will engage in outreach with communities, and will offer oppotunities for training in addressing biases, developing diversity competencies, and more.

Welcome, Erin!

Please Contact Erin with any thoughts, concerns, or ideas surrounding EDI in our research environment.
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