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.
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 to everyone from high school students to retired seniors. See details and register here
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.
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.
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.
"Handling Outcome Misclassification and Selection Bias in Association Studies Using Electronic Health Records" will be presented by Bhramar Mukherjee, PhD.
This Penn State Project ECHO series is designed to equip school personnel with strategies to address underage drinking through the training and delivery of steps collectively referred to as the screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT) technique.
The Pediatric Dermatology ECHO series consists of six one-hour sessions on Friday mornings, taking place every other week from mid-January through March 2021.
A full-day online symposium, "A Celebration of Women in Science," sponsored by the Office of the Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, will celebrate the contributions of women in biomedical sciences during the past 50 years at Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. See details here
Sláinte, hosted by the Library's resident Irish musician, Seamus Carmichael, will feature a range of performers who will each present a literary item, a song or instrumental with Irish roots.
IRB Board B will meet to review protocols.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for medical students not specializing in psychiatry is designed to address care strategies for improving the treatment of patients with a mental health condition.