Early palliative care offers statistically beneficial effects on patient survival and family caregiver burden, according to articles published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Through international fellowships to study HIV in Kenya, Anna Joy Rogers and Nate Rogers complemented their UAB education with invaluable experience.
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Starting next month, the UAB College of Arts and Sciences will offer training to junior faculty who are planning to apply for a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award. The NSF awards CAREER research grants to new faculty at universities who are at the rank of Assistant Professor (or equivalent) in any of the broad science and social science disciplines that are eligible for NSF grants.
UAB’s training will be led by former NSF CAREER awardee David Hilton (Department of Physics), with support from current awardees Ragib Hasan (Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Eugenia Kharlampieva (Department of Chemistry), and Karolina Mukhtar (Department of Biology). The three-session training program will walk applicants through the process of applying for and winning prestigious CAREER Awards from the NSF. All UAB faculty are invited to attend.
Sessions will be held from 12:00-1:00 PM on March 13, April 10, and May 8. Sessions build from each other, so attendance at all three is highly recommended. Dates and locations are as follows:
March 13 session - Heritage Hall Room 102
April 10 and May 8 sessions - Heritage Hall Room 500
Questions may be directed to Dr. David Hilton at email@example.com
The IRB has made several important changes and improvements to its website.
We hope the changes will help serve your needs better, and make finding content on our website easier.
In a continuing effort to partner with UAB faculty to ensure the timely and efficient processing of funding application submissions to the OSP, and in conjunction with the recently announced OSP Review Plan, the following changes are effective Wednesday, December 3, 2014;
Submissions to the OSP must include all required documents or the submission will be placed in an IRAP status of “Incomplete Submission” and will not be review or processed until the complete submission is received. A listing of required documents for each submission type can be found at OSP Required Documents - Federal and Non Profit and OSP Required Documents for Non-Federal and For Profit. In order to be considered complete funding application submissions that:
The PI and Support Staff Contact will receive an email notification documenting the incomplete submission, and identifying the specific missing documents. Note an incomplete submission:
The missing required documents should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the OSP assigned number provided with the incomplete submission email notification as expeditiously as possible to ensure a timely routing of the submission for review.
Should you have any questions, please contact your OSP officer or email@example.com.
A new website has been developed related to Uniform Guidance and how it impacts the UAB research community. A "Cost Principles Quick Guide to Allowable Costs" has been developed, and Notices have been posted providing additional detail on the following subjects:
Additionally, links to presentations, listings of upcoming Uniform Guidance events, and resource links are listed.
The information on this site will continue to grow, so look for notices about new or updated content through the OSP list serve, or periodically check back at the Uniform Guidance website.
For questions, contact:Email: UABresearch@uab.eduOr check the Frequently Asked Questions at the Uniform Guidance (A-81) link of the What’s New section on the OSP home page.
Click here for a more detailed summary of the changes.
The sample consent form is available online by clicking this link.