Would you like to explore the latest translational research, collaborate with scientific peers, and educate yourself on key issues? Don't miss Translational Science 2017
, April 19-21, 2017
at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC.
is now open, with earlybird pricing available until February 24.
is also open; the deadline is January 13.
Apply for Grants through Tufts CABCS
Looking for funding to conduct cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research? Tufts School of Engineering’s Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences (CABCS)
, a cooperative research initiative between Tufts University and the US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center (NSRDEC), issued a Request for Proposals
in three general topic areas:
- Monitoring Individuals and Small Teams
- Characterizing and Predicting Individual and Small Team Performance
- Optimizing Individual and Small Team Performance
Projects may be eight-month pilot programs (up to $15,000) or 12-month
interdisciplinary full programs (up to $70,000) exclusive of fringe and indirect costs. Please carefully review the instructions and forms
for further detail on how to apply. Proposals are due by February 1, 2017
Review the capabilities and equipment, including the new integrated virtual reality systems, available here
. Researchers across all Tufts schools are welcome to apply. For additional information, please email email@example.com
Peter Levine Presents Civic Life & Health Research, January 25
What is civic life, and why is it important to consider in clinical research? Understand the relevance of civic engagement to clinical and other health research at Civic Life and Health Research
, a seminar by Peter Levine, PhD, Associate Dean and Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life.
Join us on Wednesday, January 25, 9:30-11:00AM
in Sackler 216A (145 Harrison Ave., Boston) to get oriented to current research and debates about civic engagement in the US; challenge the frequent definition of civic engagement as professionals consulting stakeholders; and instead begin to see medical researchers and health professionals as citizens who should relate to other people as fellow citizens.
A life webcast will also be available. All are welcome! To register, click here