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  • We are proud to extend congratulations to the 2016 SYNERGY Community Engagement Research Pilot Grant awardees. Following a review of 17 letters of intent, SYNERGY invited 10 full applications from which three awardees were selected. Unique to Community Engagement Research proposals is that all have a designated community partner(s) involved in the study design, execution, interpretations and dissemination of results. These grants are part of the SYNERGY Translational Pilot Award program. Read More at: https://synergy.... details
  • The SYNERGY/NCCC Biostatistics Consultation Core now offers a GeoSpatial Consulting Walk-in Clinic for researchers, the first and third Wednesday of each month from 9am to 10:30am, in the Biostatistics Consulting office, Room 325, Department of Data Science, Williamson Translational Research Building at DHMC. Consulting sessions will typically be 30 minutes, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The GeoSpatial Resource supports the design and implementation of geospatial research including geocoding, travel time, census data, density and proximity calculations, small area...

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  • We are proud to extend congratulations to the 2016 SYNERGY Translational Pilot Grant awardees . Following a review of 29 letters of intent, SYNERGY invited 16 full applications from which six awardees were selected; two of the six awards are co-funded with the Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC). Aligning with SYNERGY’s mission of fostering collaborative interactions between basic, translational, and health services researchers, the awardees come from diverse...

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  • The Biomedical Libraries are pleased to offer a seminar series at DHMC beginning February 2nd. Join us for one, a few, or for all sessions to learn about a variety of topics from systematic reviews to data management to copyright. http://tinyurl.com/ResearchTuesdays
  • The SYNERGY Community Engagement Pilot Program facilitates collaborative translational research studies across Dartmouth and affiliated health centers and communities. Pilot funding is intended to stimulate translational innovation, with a positive impact upon our overall clinical and translational research enterprise.
  • The SYNERGY Biostatistics Consultation Core now offers a walk-in clinic for researchers on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9 am-12 noon, in the Biostatistics Consulting office, Department of Data Science, 3rd floor, Room 325, Williamson Translational Research Building.
  • For clinical neuroscience clinicians and biostatisticians: UMichigan and other collaborators announce a NINDS Clinical Trials Methodology Course, with overarching goal to help junior investigators develop scientifically rigorous, yet practical clinical trial protocols. The course features a combination of distance learning activities and a residential course, along with small group mentorship from experienced clinical trialists and biostatisticians. For more information: http://neurotrials.training
  • Dartmouth SYNERGY Clinical and Translational Science Institute is pleased to announce the upcoming, weeklong Certificate Program in Translational Research Methods. This SYNERGY-sponsored career development program functions as a “springboard” for early-career investigators. Attendees will receive individual coaching to refine their research objectives and grant proposals, gain a basic understanding of translational research fundamentals, and learn career-development strategies to launch a successful translational research career.
  • The NIH - National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) announces the availability of funding for Pre-clinical Research Based on Existing Repurposing Tools (R21) - RFA-TR-16-001. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will support rigorous, pre-clinical studies that establish the rationale for a clinical trial, where the hypothesis originates from use of a published or publicly available method for identifying new indications for existing drugs or biologics (therapeutics). Due Date: LOI due December 13, 2015 Amount of Funding: $400,000 over two years.
  • The NIH - National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) announces the availability of funding for Pre-clinical Research Based on Existing Repurposing Tools (R21) - RFA-TR-16-001. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will support rigorous, pre-clinical studies that establish the rationale for a clinical trial, where the hypothesis originates from use of a published or publicly available method for identifying new indications for existing drugs or biologics (therapeutics). Due Date: LOI due December 13, 2015 Amount of Funding: $400,000 over two years.... details

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