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As of January 1, 2017, all NIH-funded investigators and staff who "design, oversee, manage, or conduct clinical trials" must document they have completed training in the principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP). CCTS provides GCP training, enroll your team today. More
Mixed methods expert, John W. Creswell, Phd presented a talk titled "Advances in Mixed Methods Research" on September 26, here at UAB. If you would like to view the video from that talk - click here.
Up to $60,000 is available to support full-time faculty who are early investigators (please see NIH definition). Applications will also be accepted from established investigators with a previous history of funding with justification of eligibility. PIs must be based at any one of the 11 CCTS Partner Institutions. Postdocs may be eligible if a faculty appointment at a CCTS Partner institution is on the horizon, with a start date on or before April 1, 2017 – as part of the application, the investigator should include a letter from the Department Chair reflecting such. Click here for more information.
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For many new investigators, applying for and winning grants is one of the biggest hurdles that will determine success on the tenure track. As federal grant budgets tighten, all investigators — and especially new investigators — are struggling to find ways to finance their research. Check out this blog entry to read the whole article.
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