This symposium is aimed at an audience from undergraduate students to professionals in the fields of genomics and cancer. It will be an excellent opportunity for academics and potential industrial partners to have open discussions about opportunities in the field of oncogenomics and to connect these investigators to our clinical partners.
NEW LIVE WEBINAR! Human Subject Research Protection: Responsible Conduct in Research
The MSU Human Research Protection Program is introducing a new live one hour webinar, “Human Subject Research Protection: Responsible Conduct in Research,” that will be offered through Zoom. The next date is October 25, 2018, with more to be scheduled.
The rapidly changing field of ancient DNA has settled into a kind of normal science, as several teams of researchers have coalesced around a set of approaches to discover the genetic relationships among ancient peoples.
Whether it is your first NSF proposal or you have submitted 50, there is something to learn from this basic webinar series. This webinar series will walk through the general format together and cover each section from the strategies and techniques of writing to the expected content in each section.
This fall semester course of webinars and coaching will help investigators write an NIH R01 or R21 grant that wins. Advanced grantsmanship will be taught by example — revealing writing tricks and strategies from more than 50 funded NIH R01 grants for lab research, social science research, statistics, bioinformatics, and clinical trials.
This interdisciplinary forum brings together scholars in the humanities and sciences whose work addresses a range of music and language related questions with the goal of fostering increased interdisciplinary collaboration.