SELECTED RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
PROGRAMS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
are now open for PRogram to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Lung and Vascular Health-Related Research (PRIDE AGOLD) Summer Institute (virtual if necessary), research,
education and mentoring program sponsored by the NHLBI. This program is dedicated to improving the long-term success of early career faculty from groups underrepresented in the biomedical workforce. For questions, contact AGOLD@UCDenver.edu or call 303-724-3174. Learn more.
Applications are now open for postdoctoral candidates to start in July 2023.
The program seeks to enroll two MDs to become primary care research leaders addressing the nation’s primary care health delivery challenges.
Up to six awards of $25,000 to advance research in women's health or sex/gender differences across the lifespan with a focus on cardiovascular disease, diabetes and the intersection of mental and physical health. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 10 at 5pm. Read more.
WEBINARS, EVENTS AND CONFERENCES
SPARK|Reach Webinar Series—May
25 at 4pm: GxP's for Early-stage Drug Development, presented by Nik Burlew, Head of Quality Assurance, Clovis Oncology.
See the full schedule of webinars and register on the SPARK events page.
Register now for the next presentation held on May 9 from Noon–1pm, "The Swiss Learning Health System: A National Initiative to Support Evidence Uptake in Policy and Practice" presented by Stefan Boes, PhD, professor of health economics, Department of Health Sciences and medicine director of the Center of Health, Policy and Economics, University of Lucerne.
Register now for the next presentation held on May 18 from 3–4pm, "Reporting and Presenting Data
from Qualitative and Mixed Methods Studies," presented by Allison Jaure, PhD, MPH, professor of public health, University of Sidney.
May 23–25, 2022. Ideal for clinical and translational researchers, including statisticians, dissemination and implementation scientists, health services and public health researchers, program evaluators. Read more