On this page are a few examples of special processing & embedding done in the CPL.Sainte-Marie processing for immunohistochemistryFixation in cold ethanol and hand processing for IHC (Sainte-Marie G. A paraffin embedding technique for studies employing immunofluorescence. J Histochem Cytochem 10:250-256, 1962)Colitis models for inflammatory bowel disease researchFor these projects, the colon is opened, cut into proximal, middle, and distal segments, and the proximal end of each segment is marked with India ink. The segments are fixed in cassettes using one biopsy pad to prevent curling. After fixation, each segment is trimmed into two strips, which are then embedded with proximal, middle, and distal segments placed side by side in the block. This allows the location and distribution of affected areas to be determined and provides good perpendicular sectioning for evaluation of colitis severity.Experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE)Here the spinal column is fixed intact, demineralized, and trimmed into 2 mm thick segments. Segments are positioned in casettes in 3 x 3 arrays between biopsy pads for processing, and are embedded as positioned at trimming. This allows the distribution of lesions over the length of the spinal cord to be determined.
The UAB Office of Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the newly revised procedure for review of NIH proposal submissions for large submission deadlines involving NIH Research Project Grants (R01), Research Career Development Awards (K) and Research Fellowship (F) proposals. In order to review NIH proposals as quickly as possible, OSP has implemented a proposal review pool which will allow OSP to introduce additional reviewers to assist with proposal review when needed.
NIH proposal submissions to OSP for deadline dates of June 5th and July 5th (R01), June 12th and July 12th (K) and August 8th and 13th (F), will be assigned rotating through a pool of reviewers instead of an assignment to a specific officer by department. The reviewer will be identified in the Receipt of Submission email once a complete submission is received by OSP. This change is effective immediately.
NOTE: This is only applicable to new NIH proposal submissions for the above mentioned NIH deadlines. All other NIH proposal submission deadlines will be routed to the officer assigned to your specific department. All NIH awards will continue to be processed by the OSP officer assigned to your specific area.
Please continue to follow the OSP Review Plan to ensure that your reviewer has sufficient time to properly review the proposal.
Please forward any questions regarding the NIH proposal review process to Tim Parker at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the launch of our new OSP website. The new OSP website offers users a more efficient navigational design structure with enhanced content categories.
For more information about changes to the new OSP website, please visit our welcome page. If you currently have forms or pages from our existing website bookmarked, these links should be automatically redirected to the new the website content.
For additional information, please contact Mike Matthews at email@example.com or Jonathan Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for Center for Disability Health and Rehabilitation Science presents
Professor Robert W. Motl, PhDDepartment of Kinesiology and Community Health Neuroscience ProgramUniversity of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign:
Physical Activity and Multiple Sclerosis - What We’ve Learned and Where We Need To Go
Thursday, April 14, 2016 12:00-1 p.m.School of Health Professions Building Executive Learning Center, Room 640
Bring Your Lunch
Beverages will be provided
To RSVP, please contact Jane Moore at (205) 934-5909 or Email: email@example.com no later than Noon Wednesday 4/13