UNMC and the Creighton University Medical Center are seeking faculty reviewers for the 48th Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum (MSBRF), to be held on March 4. The forum depends on volunteer faculty support from both UNMC and CU to review and critique abstracts prior to the forum and to judge oral and poster presentations the day of the forum. Each abstract is evaluated by three judges prior to the forum and the actual presentations on March 4 also will be scored by three different judges. Interested faculty should complete this form. Please be as specific as possible when indicating areas of qualification and interest for judging. Please return the form by Dec. 9.
Category: Meeting Invitations
NU President Hank Bounds has announced the latest call in the Collaboration Initiatives, System Sciences. A retreat will be held October 28, 2016 for faculty interested in submitting a proposal for the three System Science award programs (planning grants, seed grants, and seed grants for existing teams.)
Deadline for retreat registration is October 24th, 2016. Register here.
Participation in the retreat is required for PI’s and recommended for Co-I’s in the collaboration initiative programs. The new System Science program complements the existing Food for Health program and teams interested in seed awards in this area must also attend the October 28th retreat. Read about the NU System Collaboration Initiatives here.
Symposium on Biomechanics – UNMC Events
Nebraska EPSCoR and the University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of Biomechanics present a free, one-day Symposium on Biomechanics: Oct. 13 at UNO’s Thompson Alumni Center in Omaha. Students and faculty with interest in biomechanics should register by Oct. 5 at http://nric.nebraska.edu.
Speakers are from Harvard University, Florida Atlantic University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and more. In addition to lunch and refreshment breaks, the event includes tours of UNO’s Biomechanics Research Building, and a poster session by students, postdocs and faculty on biomechanics topics.
For more information visit http://nric.nebraska.edu; registration for this Oct. 13 event ends Oct. 5.