From Oct. 5 to Nov. 5, Harrell Health Sciences Library is hosting an exhibit on female American physicians during World War I.
IRB Board A will meet to review protocols. See IRB details here.
Artificial intelligence is affecting society worldwide, from improving medical diagnostic tools, to bolstering supply chains and refining weather forecasting, along with many more applications. Closer to home, Penn State researchers are also leveraging AI techniques in their work to advance their science.
Sustainability Council meetings are an opportunity for team representatives to share ideas and obtain expert advice from representatives of different components of the health system.
The College of Arts and Architecture’s Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series, launched in last year, will continue with seven sessions during 2020–21. All fall sessions will be presented via Zoom.
"Community-engaged research: How to effectively engage stakeholders and why it matters" will be presented at the next Penn State College of Medicine SMaRT Connects webinar.
In this workshop offered by Penn State's Institutional Review Board (IRB), participants will review the basis for requiring reporting of new information in research, define what constitutes reportable new information and discuss reporting time requirements.
A grant-writing webinar workshop for students, "National Institute of Health Proposals," will be presented by Dr. Kent Vrana, Elliot S. Vesell Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology, Penn State College of Medicine.
Two Biomedical Sciences PhD students will present their research.
Allen Kunselman, MA, senior instructor, Department of Public Health Sciences, Penn State College of Medicine will present "The Basics of Randomization and Sample Size Estimation" as part of the Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Research Methods Seminar Series.
Penn State Neurology offers an epilepsy support group for family and friends on the first Tuesday, monthly.
Registration is now open for the Penn State Harrisburg Launchbox Idea TestLab Fall Virtual Program.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for primary care clinicians and hospitalists with limited access to palliative care specialists is designed to address care strategies for improving the quality of life for patients living with serious illness.
Penn State College of Medicine's Faculty Organization will meet.
Jonathan W. Ivy, PhD, BCBA-D, professor-in-charge of the ABA program and assistant professor of behavioral science and education at Penn State Harrisburg, will introduce the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).