The annual K Grants Workshop Series is a four-session event designed to demystify mentored career development awards and uses the NIH's mentored K - arguably the most rigorous of mentored career development awards – as a model.
This Research Operations and Administrative Rounds (ROAR) will include topics related to grants.
This series, a continuing education service of Penn State College of Medicine, is designed to increase awareness of social work roles in medical and other settings, and to promote social work education for social work professionals.
March 2 performance held in the University Physicians Center lobby March 9 performance held in the Main Entrance lobby March 16 performance held in the University Physicians Center lobby March […]
The Conflict of Interest Review Committee (CIRC) provides oversight for research conflicts on the College of Medicine campus.
Two students in the Bioinformatics and Genomics graduate program will present their research.
Mini Medical School offers a unique curriculum on the field of medicine and Penn State College of Medicine’s contributions to research and health care. The program is free and open […]
This Penn State Project ECHO series for health care providers is designed to improve treatment access for patients facing unique challenges related to Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in rural communities.
March 3 performance will be in the Penn State Cancer Institute Lobby March 10 performance will be in the Main Entrance Lobby March 24 performance will be in the Main […]
This support group meets once a month to discuss topics and articles related to being an ally or other topics involving getting discussions started about race relations.
A class designed to help get breastfeeding off to a great start by dispelling myths, teaching evidence-based current information and practical tips for welcoming a newborn baby into the family.
Penn State Health neurologists will answer your questions and discuss the latest treatments using deep brain stimulation to help patients with Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy and obsessive compulsive disorders.
While it’s not expected for health care providers to be experts in every facet of disability, it is important to understand the steps to ensure disabled patients receive accessible and quality care.