The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Institute for the Humanities are pleased to announce the LAS Award for Faculty Research in the Humanities. These competitive awards are granted to cover costs associated with research in the humanities including but not limited to: equipment, subventions, travel to archives, conferences, or research sites, software, and technological costs associated with work in the digital humanities. Salary and teaching buyouts are not eligible expenses.
Deadline extented to 5:00 pm on Thursday, May 31, 2018
We invite you to participate in a new opportunity to share your expertise to showcase UIC’s singular efforts in research and scholarship on social justice and community disparities. This proposed campus-wide book/digital media project is led by the Social Justice and Community Disparities Working Group (SJCD), an interdisciplinary collaboration of scholars and researchers from various UIC colleges and schools.
TO: Research Advisory Council
FROM: Lisa Pitler, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research
RE: New rules pertaining to Clinicaltrials.gov
The Final Rule for Clinical Trials Registration and Results Submission (42 CFR Part 11) and the NIH Policy on Dissemination of NIH-Funded Clinical Trial Information become effective for clinical trials initiated on or after January 18, 2017. Additional information is available at the following websites:
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Time: 10 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: Auditorium, Rm. 109, SPH-PI, 1603 W. Taylor Street
Speakers: Dr. Paul Brandt-Rauf, Dr. Robin Mermelstein, Dr. Jamie Chriqui, Dr. Geri Donenberg, Dr. Samuel Dorevitch
Intended audience: Investigators seeking NIH funding
The purpose of this workshop is to inform investigators on the scientific review process at NIH and presenters will demonstrate the review process on "real" grant applications.
Dr. Anderson has been Chief Medical Officer and State Environmental and Occupational Disease Epidemiologist for the Department of Health Services/Division of Public Health from 1980 until his retirement in early November 2016. Over the past 30 years he has been the leader of the Consortium of Great Lakes States conducting and coordinating activities concerning fish consumption health impacts and the use of consumption advisories. He has lead multiple research projects documenting the human health hazards of consumption of Great Lakes and other sport fish.