Week of Events
Jonathan Frazier will play the piano.
Sponsored by the Penn State Cancer Institute
This Penn State Project ECHO series will train employers to better serve veteran employees.
Elena Millar will play the piano in the Main Lobby on April 11 and 25 at 1-2:30 p.m.
Obesity is a grave public health threat and can cause and/or exacerbate a wide spectrum of comorbidities. That is why Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) at Penn State College of Medicine is launching a learning network focused on clinical implications of obesity, including the treatment and management of this chronic disease. This network aims to connect […]
Frances Drost will play the piano in the Main Lobby.
Graduate students and postdocs may sign-up to receive a LinkedIn profile review virtually (via Zoom) during a quick 20-minute session.
Two biomedical sciences students will present.
The Department of Humanities at Penn State College of Medicine presents the annual Wild Onions< Premiere Event.
Julie Nevel will play the piano in multiple locations.
Michael Marini will play the piano in the Main Lobby on April 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Senior Grants Consultant Bryan DeBusk, PhD, will share tips and insights on how to perfect your biosketch to showcase your training and expertise – and to market your proposed research project to NIH reviewers.
Webinar: Thesis Defense Seminar – ‘Effects of Menthol Flavor on Nicotine Metabolite Ratio, Biomarkers of tobacco exposure and Very Low Nicotine Content (VLNC) cigarettes’
Wenxue Lin, graduate student in Epidemiology Program, will present.
Giving blood is safe and simple. Make an appointment and learn how you can be a life line today.
This workshop series demystifies the NIH “K” award - a mentored research award that provides support and protected time (3-5 years) for an intensive, supervised career development experience that leads to research independence.
Webinar: Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Seminar – ‘On P-value Combination of Independent and Frequent Signals’
George C. Tseng, Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Biostatistics, University of Pittsburgh, will present.
This one evening, two-hour class covers comfort measures and breathing techniques for labor. It can be taken as a refresher class if you’ve given birth before or a condensed class if you are not able to attend our other childbirth classes but still prefer an in-person class. For registration information, call 717-981-8238 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of the Penn State CTSI Translational Science Seminar series. In this seminar, attendees are invited to learn more about the Mentored Career Development KL2 Program, a funding opportunity for junior faculty scholars that provides protected research time and enables them to conduct clinical and translational research projects under the guidance of co-directors, Chris Sciamanna, […]
Drop off unwanted, unneeded or expired medication, needles and syringes for safe disposal.