In this free workshop, Harrell Health Sciences Library's Michael Cote will give an overview of Adobe Illustrator, part of the free Creative Cloud access provided for all Penn State faculty, staff and students.
Penn State College of Medicine will hold a COM-specific town hall with Interim Dean Kevin Black, focused on issues of note to college faculty, staff and students.
Penn State Project ECHO is offering a series of sessions to support prescribing providers in their treatment of patients with opioid use disorder.
"Mouse Breast Cancer Modeling: Cell Cycle Arrest, Radiation Mutagenesis, and Transposon-based Cancer Gene Discovery" will be presented by Jerry Ren, PhD candidate in the Biomedical Sciences graduate program.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for health care providers will focus on using a set of four evidence-based elements of high-quality care, known as the 4Ms, when providing care to all older adults. These sessions include a brief lecture and patient case presentation and discussions.
The Office for Professional Mental Health has designed a series to help Penn State Health and College of Medicine faculty and staff navigate working from home and dealing with the challenges of defining a workspace when working remotely.
The Office of Research Protections at University Park is offering CATS IACUC training sessions via Zoom.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for primary care providers is designed to address diagnostic and management strategies for common and complex neurological conditions.
Harrell Health Sciences Library's first Health Care Hackathon will take place virtually on May 28.
Penn State Commission for Women will hold its General Assembly via Zoom.
“The Effects of High-Fat Diet and Alcohol on Vagal Circuits” will be presented by Bailey Keller, PhD student in the Neuroscience graduate program.
"Pandemic Impacts on Human Subjects Research Operations: A Discussion of Case Studies that Highlight a Way Forward" will be presented as the next SMaRT Connects webinar for research teams at […]
Penn State Project ECHO has launched a COVID-19 ECHO series specifically for nursing home personnel and administration.
The Office of Research Protections at University Park is offering IRB protocol creation training sessions via Zoom.