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Georgia CTSA
Weekly eRoundup

November 15, 2019

In this edition:


Feature
Funding
Career Opportunity
Education
Research Resources
Innovation & Translation
Community
Events
 
 

Feature

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Recent Georgia CTSA TL1 Trainee Focuses Study on Improving Care and Outcomes of Persons with HIV

Lauren Collins, MD, recent Georgia CTSA TL1 trainee and scheduled to graduate with a Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) degree in spring 2020, gave an oral presentation at IDWeek 2019 in Washington, DC, entitled, The Prevalence and Burden of Non-AIDS Comorbidities in Women with or at-risk for HIV Infection in the United States. In this study, Collins and her colleagues found the non-AIDS comorbidities burden was high in both HIV+ and at-risk ...

 
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Seeking Mentors: Grant Writing Consultation Program

Launching in January 2020, the Georgia CTSA Grant Wise service will offer the opportunity for one-on-one feedback from experienced senior faculty on grant writing.As a first step, we are soliciting experienced faculty to serve as volunteer mentors. If you have experience in writing grants and you enjoy mentoring, we need you! Program Goal:To match junior faculty and trainees who need support in writing grants with a seasoned faculty member who can ...

 
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Funding

 
 
 

Faculty Funding Workshop: Private Foundation Opportunities for Early Investigators - November 22

Are you an early career investigator who is interested in learning more about foundation funding for your research? Please join the Office of Foundation Relations on Friday, November 22, for a Faculty Funding Workshop. The workshop will run from Noon - 1:30 p.m. in the Woodruff Library's Jones Room. Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 20, to Barbara Voss at barbara.voss@emory.edu. Lunch will be provided.
 
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Brain Research Foundation Fay/Frank Seed Grant - LOI Due November 22

The objective of the BRF Seed Grant Program is to support new and innovative projects, especially those of junior faculty, who are working in new research directions. BRF Seed Grant awards are not intended to supplement existing grants. Emory as an institution is limited to one (1) nomination for the award. To be eligible, PI must be a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor working in the area of studies of brain function. This includes molecular and clinical neuroscience as well as studies of neural, sensory, motor, cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning in health and disease.
 
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Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in Biophysics 2020 - LOI Due November 26

The Sackler Prize has been established through the generosity of Dr. Raymond and Mrs. Beverly Sackler to promote originality and excellence of research in the field of Biophysics. This year an amount of $50,000 will be presented to an individual who must be no more than 45 years old by January 10, 2020 to be eligible and will be awarded to the recipient(s), in person, at Tel Aviv University. The research field for the prize is Physical Principles of Biological Systems.
 
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HERCULES Pilot Program - LOI Due December 2

The HERCULES Pilot Program is now accepting applications. A major focus of HERCULES is to advance the science of the exposome (the comprehensive analysis of environmental exposures over a lifetime); however, the Pilot Project Program supports any research in the environmental health sciences that aligns with the mission of NIEHS. To learn more about the Pilot Program, an information session for interested applicants is scheduled for November 12th at 11am in Emory's Rollins Room 4001.
 
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McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience - LOI Due December 2

Technological Innovations in Neuroscience Awards support scientists who work on novel and creative approaches to understanding brain function. The Endowment Fund is especially interested in how technology may be used or adapted to monitor, manipulate, analyze, or model brain function at any level, from the molecular to the entire organism. A goal of the Technological Innovations award is to foster collaboration between the neurosciences and other disciplines; therefore, collaborative and cross-disciplinary applications are explicitly invited.
 
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Featured Section

 
 

Call for Student-Initiated Project Grants in Healthcare Innovation - LOI Due December 6

The Emory-Georgia Tech Healthcare Innovation Program (HIP), in partnership with the Emory Synergy Award Program and the Georgia CTSA, is pleased to announce the fifth round of Student-Initiated Project Grants in Healthcare Innovation. Grants will fund multi-disciplinary teams proposing innovative research and education projects that address issues of healthcare quality, costs, and/or access. Research and Educational grants will be considered.
 
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Emory SOM Bridge Funding Program Applications - Due December 15

To assist investigators who have temporarily lost significant federal research funding, and to facilitate carefully planned changes in research direction, the Emory School of Medicine offers a Bridge Funding Program. Bridge funding up to $100,000 (including Department support/matching funds) will be available to investigators based on merit, potential for renewal of external funding, and availability of SOM funds.
 
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Myasthenia Gravis Network (MGNet) Pilot Program - Due December 16

The National Institutes of Health awarded a research team from George Washington, Yale, and Duke Universities $7.8 million to establish a rare disease network for Myasthenia Gravis. To increase the number of labs researching myasthenia gravis and aid further discovery in the field, the grant will support a career enhancement program and a pilot program. The RFA for this pilot program is open to investigators at any academic institution across the country, so long as they have an MD, PhD, PharmD, DDS, DVM, or equivalent and be a faculty member at an academic institution.
 
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Biolocity Commercialization Funding - Due December 20

The Biolocity Commercialization Funding is open to University Innovators (clinicians, engineers, & scientists) looking to commercialize technologies that positively impact patient health. Innovations that address single ventricle defects and Fontan circulation disorders are encouraged to apply.
 
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2020-2021 Emory University Research Committee (URC) Call for Proposals - Due January 7

Emory's University Research Committee announces the annual Call for Proposals for the 2020-2021 funding cycle in the following categories: Regular URC, URC-Georgia CTSA, and URC-Halle Institute for Global Research and Learning International Research Awards. Applications are welcome from all regular, full-time Emory faculty members.
 
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SVPR Global Research Pilot Grant - Phase 1 Application Due January 15

Proposals will leverage populations from Emory's priority countries (Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, and South Korea) to address the health needs and disparities in outcomes of populations who have immigrated to Emory's catchments in and around Atlanta or the State of Georgia. The purpose of this opportunity is to support research that assesses any aspect of immigrant mental or physical health care needs that would help inform interventions to improve health and well-being of populations from any of Emory's priority countries at risk for poor outcomes and who are in the Emory University, Atlanta catchments (which includes the State of GA).
 
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Ono Pharma Breakthrough Science Initiative Awards Program - LOI Due February 20

This program is the embodiment of the Foundation's commitment to focus on and accelerate researcher-driven open innovation by supporting high-risk and high-reward science research projects which have potential to lead to science discoveries/solutions and, possibly, based on further research, to breakthrough treatments for patients. Ono Pharma Foundation will be considering proposals for research projects in the field of Chemical Biology.
 
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Invisible Shield QuickFire Challenge - Due February 14

Respiratory pathogens are everywhere. While they cannot be seen, they can massively impact individuals and communities. Innovators are invited to submit ideas for potential solutions that repel and protect against airborne viruses while integrating seamlessly into everyday life. Applications are being accepted now through February 14, 2020, and the innovator(s) with the best idea will be awarded up to $200K in funding, plus mentorship from BARDA and JLABS is available.
 
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NIAID Funding Opportunity: Administrative and Revision Supplements to Expand Vaping Research and Understand EVALI - Applications Accepted Now Through February 27

This Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) calls for research on the causes, disease mechanisms, and long-term prognosis of individuals with electronic cigarette (e-cigarette), or vaping associated lung injury (EVALI) and related health effects of vaping. Participating Institutes and Centers announce the availability of funds for Administrative Supplements and Competitive Revisions to active funded grants to investigate research questions relevant to EVALI.
 
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Beckman Foundation Advanced Light-Sheet Microscopy Program - Pre-Proposals Due March 6

The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation is requesting proposals for a new program in Advanced Light-Sheet Microscopy. The Foundation is planning to make several awards in this program for $1.2M each. This is an open call for Pre-Proposals, with invited Full Proposals next year.
 
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Career Opportunity

 
 
 

Recruitment for Multiple Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professors

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center plans to strategically expand the institution's diabetes applied translation research base and is seeking to recruit multiple tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professors. The goal is to recruit faculty to expand innovative research aimed at effective delivery of diabetes prevention and quality of care, we wish to strategically strengthen diabetes translation research in a few selected areas (e.g., health services research, application of technologies, machine learning and applied artificial intelligence, big data analytics, precision health).
 
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Education

 
 
 

Phlebotomy 101 - December 19 & 20

Phlebotomy 101 is a two-day classroom and clinical, hands-on training to venipuncture offered through the Georgia CTSA Clinical Research Centers (GCRCs). The course is offered quarterly to research coordinators from Emory, Morehouse School of Medicine and UGA.
 
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Georgia CTSA TL1 (T32-like) Training Grant Clinical & Translational Research Training - Predoc Due February 17, Postdoc Due March 16

The TL1 program is focused on providing innovative didactic and mentored research training to individuals interested in careers that encompass clinical and/or translational research. The TL1 program supports predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees (medical and PhD students, resident and fellow physicians, PhD postdocs, and PharmD residents). Register for the free TL1 Application Workshop on December 11.
 
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Georgia CTSA KL2 Program Clinical & Translational Research Career Development Program for Junior Faculty Members - Due March 2

The goal of the program is to support and enhance career development for junior faculty (MD, PhD, MD/PhD, PharmD) committed to a career in clinical and/or translational research. The Georgia CTSA is committed to assisting junior faculty at partner institutions to become independent, established, and ethical clinical and/or translational research investigators. Register for the free two-session KL2 Application Workshops on December 5 and 12.
 
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BIRCWH Scholars: Request for Applications - Due March 2

The Emory BIRCWH program, short for Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health, is a highly selective career development program for junior faculty interested in women's health research and/or sex/gender science. The ultimate goal of the BIRCWH program is to train junior faculty, through a mentored research and career development experience, to become independent investigators who use novel, interdisciplinary approaches to advance the science of women's health and sex/gender research. Communicable disease research (HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, influenza, HCV/HBV, bacterial and fungal diseases, antimicrobial resistance, etc.) is an area of focus for the Emory BIRCWH program.
 
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Research Resources

 
 
 

Research Resources 101 Series: Intramural Research Funding Opportunities - November 21

Learn about Intramural Research Funding Opportunities from a variety of different sources, such as: the Emory School of Medicine, including I3, CAMI, and Bridge Funding, Winship, and Georgia CTSA Pilot Grants. Join us Thursday, November 21 from noon-1pm in Emory SOM 190P.
 
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NIH Data Management and Sharing Activities Related to Public Access and Open Science

Validation and progress in biomedical research - the cornerstone of developing new prevention strategies, treatments, and cures - is dependent on access to scientific data. Sharing scientific data helps validate research results, enables researchers to combine data types to strengthen analyses, facilitates reuse of hard to generate data or data from limited sources, and accelerates ideas for future research inquiries. The following resources recognize the need to make data as available as possible while ensuring that the privacy and autonomy of research participants are respected, and that confidential/proprietary data are appropriately protected.
 
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ACME POCT Clinical Needs Survey 2019

Calling all clinicians! Do you have a clinical need that might be met through development of a new point-of-care technology? If so, our NIH-funded center wants to hear from you! Please click on the brief 1 question survey below to tell us about a clinical condition you wish you could diagnose faster, monitor or manage better. More information regarding our center can be found here, https://cimit.net/web/acme-poct/home. The survey should only take 1 minute of your time.
 
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ACT Network

The Georgia CTSA has partnered with ACT Network to bring real-time cohort exploration and discovery to its researchers. ACT uses a web interface in a HIPAA-compliant manner, without require study-specific IRB approval. It offers open access to a national network of academic medical research centers and generates aggregate patient count data. Emory and Morehouse School of Medicine researchers can now explore patient populations, confirm and demonstrate feasibility, and find potential partners for multi-site studies. Access for Georgia Tech and UGA researchers is in development.
 
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GCRC-EUH - Open 2nd Saturdays

The Georgia CTSA Clinical Research Centers - Emory University Hospital (GCRC-EUH) site is now open every second Saturday of the month. This is to expand our services offered to investigators and provide flexible visit options.
 
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eIRB Update Project: Important Dates and Submission Restrictions

In order to migrate study data from the current eIRB system to the upgraded one, there needs to be a strategic submission slowdown, currently planned for January 7 - January 31. Please note that the IRB will not process or accept the submission of any continuing reviews during the slowdown period. Please read on to learn how the slowdown may affect your studies.
 
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Georgia CTSA Ethical Dilemma of the Week

Misconduct: Read This, But Don't Tell Anybody (PDF)
 
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Children's Healthcare, Emory, & the Pediatric Institute: New Guidelines for Which IRB Reviews

As of September 1, the new Pediatric Institute is in effect. As part of that transition, Children's Healthcare and Emory developed a revised IRB reliance agreement for collaborative research (research in which both Children's and Emory are engaged).
 
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Research Registry Toolkit

The Research Registry Toolkit is designed to support teams creating and managing research registries. Each section includes examples, best practices, and tools to guide conversations about research registry development and maintenance.
 
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Georgia CTSA Statistical Consulting at Georgia Tech - Mondays

The statistics research group directed by ISyE associate professor Yajun Mei, is now offering free consulting for data-analysis questions in the domain of bio-related initiatives on the GA Tech Campus, every Monday from 10:30am to 11:30am in Room 3317 of the Petit Building.
 
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Virtual Stat Tuesdays for UGA Faculty and Trainees

Dr. Kevin Dobbin, UGA co-Director for the Georgia CTSA Biostatistics, Epidemiology, & Research Design (BERD) Program, is offering a free internet-based statistical consulting clinic for UGA clinical and translational researchers (faculty, graduate students, post-docs) every Tuesday from 3:30pm-4:30pm. The virtual stat clinic is via Zoom video conferencing, and users must have UGA login credentials to access.
 
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Morehouse School of Medicine Statistics Fridays

A free weekly walk-in statistical consulting clinic for Morehouse School of Medicine faculty, staff, and students from 10:00 a.m.-noon in MRC Annex, Bldg. F, S-14 Conference Room.
 
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Innovation & Translation

 
 
 

Call for Projects: Georgia Tech BME Capstone Spring 2020 - Proposals Due December 9

What if you could partner alongside and advise a Georgia Tech Biomedical Engineering (BME) team to investigate and develop a solution for a novel medical device idea in just 16 weeks? You can! GT BME Capstone is currently seeking project proposals from clinical and industry stakeholders for the Spring 2020 semester. During GT BME Capstone, each Capstone team works over 500 man-hours per project to develop solutions that address unmet clinical needs. If you have identified a health-care challenge that needs to be solved, Capstone teams are eager to work on it. We look forward to working with you all this Spring! Submit projects by Monday, December 9, 2019 or contact New Partnerships Liaison Kyle Cowdrick, MSE at kylecowdrick@gatech.edu for more information.
 
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Translational Science 2020 - Call for Abstracts Open Now

More than 1,100 trainees, researchers and federal officers are heading to the nation's capital for Translational Science 2020 on April 14-17, 2020 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park. Learn about the latest research and explore new opportunities for funding and collaboration. An informative education program and unique networking opportunities make this a can't-miss event. Posters about precision medicine pointing to both individual and populations and posters about precision medicine and initiatives in implementation / implementation science are encouraged.
 
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Community

 
 
 

National Rural Health Day - November 21

Join the CDC's Office of the Associate Director for Policy and Strategy in highlighting rural public health on National Rural Health Day on Thursday, November 21, 2019. We invite you to highlight rural health issues with your network and on your social channels.
 
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2019 Toys for Tots Campaign - Now Through December 19

Help us this holiday season in our 2019 Toys of Tots Campaign! We will be collecting new, unwrapped toys now until Thursday, December 19. Our Toys for Tots collection box can be found next to the elevators on the 1st floor of WHSCAB. Let's see if we can eclipse last year's tally of 451 toys!
 
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Please Consider Participating in the All of Us Research Program

The Georgia CTSA recently partnered with the All of Us Research Program. All of Us is a health research program funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Its goal is to help researchers better understand why people get sick or stay healthy. The mission of the All of Us Research Program is simple: to speed up health research and medical breakthroughs. To do this, All of Us is asking one million people from across the U.S. to share their health ...

 
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Events

 
 
 

Immunomodulation Strategies Using Biomaterials - TODAY

The Center for Transplantation and Immune-mediated Disorders (CTID) invites you to meet in Egleston Classrooms 5-7 from 12 - 1 pm for a discussion on Immunomodulation Strategies Using Biomaterials lead by associate professor, Julia Babensee, PhD, Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. RSVP by noon on November 14.
 
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Society of Women Engineers Atlanta - WOW! That's Engineering 2019 - November 16

The Atlanta chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is hosting an all-day STEM event for middle and high school girls at Avanos Medical, Inc. in Alpharetta. It will feature fun, hands-on engineering and technology activities as well as insight on STEM careers and college preparation tips for high school girls. Parents are encouraged to attend for the Parent program.
 
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Integrated Cellular Imaging ┬ÁConference - November 19

The Integrated Cellular Imaging (ICI) Core presents the 1-day ┬ÁConference in Emory HSRB Auditorium from 9:45 am - 1:50 pm. Featuring talks on microscopy hints and tips, data analysis, super res, and modern techniques. Meet the latest addition to the ICI team, Gaurav Joshi, PhD, and participate in round table chats. For more information, please contact Neil Anthony at neil.anthony@emory.edu.
 
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SCORE Research in Progress Meeting - November 19

Join Emory SCORE for a Research in Progress Meeting at Emory School of Medicine, Room 190P at 12:00 Noon. Featuring guest speakers Samaah Sullivan, PhD as she discusses her research on Inflammatory Response to Acute Psychological Stress and Risk Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events among Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: Sex Differences and research by Kathryn Yount, PhD.
 
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10th Annual James W. Reed, MD Lectureship: Ending the HIV Epidemic - November 20

The 10th Annual James W. Reed Lecture will feature Stephen C. Redd, M.D. (RADM, USPHS) Deputy Director for Public Health Service and Implementation Science (DDPHSIS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The lecture titled, Ending the HIV Epidemic, will be held on November 20, with a reception immediately following the event at the Louis W. Sullivan National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine.
 
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Single Cell Symposium - November 20

10x Genomics and the Yerkes NHP Genomics Core will be hosting a Single Cell Symposium at Emory in the Health Sciences Research Building Auditorium. If you are interested in learning more about how to apply single cell RNAseq to your research program, seeing how your fellow researchers have used single cell analyses to develop new knowledge, or would just like to see some fascinating science then we hope you will be able to attend! If you have questions, email kathryn.pellegrini@emory.edu or fred.souret@10xgenomics.com.
 
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Pediatric Research in Preclinical Conditions: Ethical Challenges - November 20

As part of the Jay E. Berkelhamer, MD, Pediatrics Research Grand Rounds, Paul Root Wolpe, PhD will present on the Ethical Challenges of Pediatric Research in Preclinical Conditions. Wednesday, November 20 at 8:00 am at Egleston.
 
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HeRO Seminar: Collaborations in Research - November 22

Children's Heart Research and Outcomes Center (HERO) presents a seminar from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in Egleston Classrooms 5-7 on Collaborations in Research, Cardiovascular Tissue Bioprinting: From Basic Science to Clinical Research, featuring two guest speakers, Vahid Serpooshan, PhD and Holly Bauser-Heaton, MD, PhD.
 
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Renal Grand Rounds - November 26

The Emory School of Medicine is pleased to host Professor Neil Powe, MD, MPH, MBA for the Renal Grand Rounds - William M. "Bill" McClellan Jr. MD Memorial Lecture at 5:00 pm in the SOM Lecture Hall 120. Dr. Powe serves as leader of the University of California San Francisco Medicine Service at the Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. His primary intellectual pursuits involve kidney disease patient-oriented research, epidemiology and outcomes and effectiveness research. His research unites Medicine and Public Health with the goals of saving and improving quality of human lives.
 
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Curtis L. Parker Student Research Symposium: Call for Abstracts - Extended to December 2

The Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) Curtis L. Parker Student Research Symposium provides an opportunity for medical students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and undergraduate students from colleges and universities across Georgia to present their research and to engage with a nationally recognized researchers. Those interested in presenting at this year's symposium, Wednesday, February 12, 2020 in the MSM National Center for Primary Care, are encouraged to submit an abstract by November 29. All submissions should be modeled after the abstract template as a Word document. A limited number of oral and poster presentations will be selected from the submitted abstracts. Students selected to present will compete for cash awards. Submit abstracts online: https://fs10.formsite.com/bbanks/knkdhmjmeg/index.html
 
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Child Health in a Changing Climate - December 3

The Planetary Health & Infectious Diseases Fall Speaker Series presents Rebecca Philipsborn, MD, MPA, speaking on Child Health in a Changing Climate Tuesday, December 3 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Emory CNR 2001.
 
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Women in Bio Atlanta Holiday Potluck - December 8

Celebrate the end of 2019 with WIB-Atlanta at our annual potluck from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Join us for a casual holiday gathering at the beautiful home of one of our colleagues at 536 St. Charles Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30308-1812. Invite your friends along too - the more the merrier!
 
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Volunteers Needed for the Rural Teacher Training Initiative 2020 Symposium on January 13 & 14

We need volunteers for our January 13 - 14 symposium held at the UGA Griffin campus! We are currently looking to recruit graduate students, postdocs or other researchers to act as Teacher Helpers. As a Teacher Helper, you would assist our Master Teachers with teaching laboratory techniques to participating teachers while building relationships with middle and high school teachers from across the state. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please contact Megan Heaphy at mheaphy@gabio.org.
 
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Research Survival Skills Workshop Series: Science as a Team Sport - January 27

The new Researcher Survival Skills workshop series is designed to provide researchers with the skills they need to succeed in academic medicine. Not only will we discuss traditional skills such as manuscript and grant writing, but we will also address lab/research team management, people skills, navigating research administration, and other topics not covered in professional school.
 
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2020 Southeast Regional Clinical and Translational Science Alliance Conference - February 27-29, 2020 Callaway Resort and Gardens (Call for Abstracts - Due December 6)

The annual conference describes how the Georgia CTSA can support your research and increase grant funding; allows attendees to network with national leaders and NIH staff in translational science and education; and share research with others and develop new collaborations.
 
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Emory Core Day 2020 - March 19

Save the date for Emory Core Day 2020 and register to display a poster now! Learn about statewide core facilities and shared resources that can support your research. Socialize with core leaders, other core users, and vendors displaying their latest platforms.
 
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For more information on Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA), please visit www.GeorgiaCTSA.org. Do you have news, seminars, or events of interest to clinical and translational researchers? Send them to GeorgiaCTSA@emory.edu by noon on Thursday. To suggest subscribers or unsubscribe to the listserv please email GeorgiaCTSA@emory.edu.

Please include the following citation in any publications resulting from direct or indirect Georgia CTSA support, "Supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UL1TR002378. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health." KL2 Scholars should also list KL2TR002381 and TL1 Trainees should also list TL1TR002382.