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Join Us for July 29 Forum Featuring Dr. Rubin Pillay
Join us for an evening of casual discussion with Dr. Rubin Pillay, Collat School of Business and the School of Medicine
Join the CCTS Summer Seminar Series
The series, open to all, is part of the CCTS Summer Research Training Program
New CCTS Clinical Trials Office (CTO) Research Seminar
Filling in the gaps in information related to the implementation of clinical trials
Save the Date-the Community Engagement Institute is Coming
CCTS Biomedical Informatics Series Continues Through July
Use informatics methods and tools for clinical research; attend lectures or register for credit.
NExTNEt Conference a First Step toward Large-Scale Clinical Trials on Exercise Medicine
The meeting attracted exercise medicine researchers from around the country to discuss “knowledge gaps” in how exercise affects human biology, and in turn, health and medical treatment.
CHIA Grantees Walk Birmingham Discuss Unique Collaboration
The Freshwater Land Trust paired with Childcare Resources and Safe Routes to School of Central Alabama for the CHIA-winning Walk Birmingham project
A Closer Look: CHIA Grantee Dr. Anthony Hood on Award-Winning Project
The 2nd annual CHIA program resulted in 4 projects receiving $60,000 toward improving Birmingham-area communities.
Scientific American Article Features Research of UAB CCTS
UAB CCTS research highlighted in Scientific American article
CCTS Biostats Clinics 2014
Need help with study desigh, sample size, data analysis, or more? Visit the free, bi-weekly Biostats Clinics held in PCAMS.
CCTS Director Kimberly Publishes Finding on How Immune Protein Influences Response to Autoimmune Diseases
Newly identified immune receptor may activate B cells in autoimmunity
CHIA Project Prompts Publication in Preventative Medicine Journal
The Birmingham Walking Buses' organizers publish paper on the CHIA-funded project.
Genetic Variants May Serve as Indicator of Kidney Disease in African Americans with Lupus
Study supported by the UAB CCTS
NIH Emphasizes Individual Development Plans
Several tools are available to help create an Independent Development Plan, now required by NIH of graduate and post-graduate students.
CHIA Winning Norwood Learning Gardens Graduation
The Norwood Learning Gardens held an awards ceremony celebrating the conclusion of their Junior Master Gardener Summer School on Thursday, August 1, 2013. The program was a winner of the inaugural UAB CCTS Community Health Innovation Awards.
NIH Public Access Policy
Information on the NIH Public Access Policy is presented in PowerPoint slides.
Public Access Policy for Investigators
Information on the NIH Public Access Policy and My NCBI are available here. Developed by Dr. Jennifer Croker
Join National Volunteer-recruitment Registry for Clinical Research
UAB is participating in ResearchMatch.org, the first national online, volunteer-recruitment registry developed to improve the way biomedical research is conducted across the country.
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