What drives disruption for Institutional Review Boards and how do you stay ahead of it? The Northwest Association for Biomedical Research IRB Conference will tackle this topic and more at its 2017 program titled Staying Ahead: Disruption & Ethics Review. The entire conference will be made available to watch on July 20 at the Miami CTSI Collaboration Suite.
You are invited to attend a Psychiatry Grand Rounds on June 28 at noon featuring Margarita Alegria, Ph.D., of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Alegria will present _Removing Obstacles to Eliminating Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Behavioral Health Care_.
Introduction to Mixed Methods Research is a free online, eight-week course that offers an introduction to mixed methods research in the health sciences.
The Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy and the Scientific Writing Programs present "Dialogues In Research Ethics: The Complicated Ethics of Text Recycling," featuring Cary Moskovitz, Ph.D., of Duke University, on Friday, May 12, at from noon to 1 p.m., in the Mailman Center for Child Development, Room 5003.
South Florida community health workers and patient navigators gather every year for the Miami Dade Health Action Network Southeast Regional Symposium. This year marked the 7th annual symposium on April 20-21 at Bethesda Hospital West and Miami Dade College, Hialeah Campus.
April 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., clinical research support staff new to the Miller School of Medicine can learn UM clinical research processes, key institutional departments, their functions and resources.
On April 6 , from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m, Join the University of Miami’s Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy and the Miami CTSI for an interactive forum on the next phase of Zika response. The forum will combine expert-led presentations on ethics, science, public health and politics of Zika with interactive sessions about how deliberation can inform the Zika response.
Registration is now open for the grant writing workshop that will be on April 18 to May 16. This intermediate-level workshop designed to provide practical, step-by-step guidance on writing NIH R- or K-style grants. Miami CTSI in partnership with the University’s Writing Center will now offer weekly research writing support to Miller School faculty researchers, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students during office hours by appointment only.
Please join us for a guest lecture on February 17 from 3 to 4 p.m., on “Translational Approaches Targeting the Immune Microenvironment of Cancer and Implications for Antitumor Therapy,” presented by Sergio Quezada, Ph.D., Head of the Tumor Immunotherapy Group Research in the Department of Haematology at the University College of London Cancer Institute.
On Monday, February 13, 4 to 5 p.m., in the Lois Pope 7th Floor Auditorium, CTSI Eureka Program alumni Drs. Jae Lee and Emmanual Thomas will present "Why Translational Research Fails And What To Do About It."