Research Resource April 2022

Call for Applications: Changemaker Program Lead for the New Faculty Development Program for Historically Excluded Research Faculty

There is a call for applications to be the lead of the Changemaker program, as part of the new Faculty Development Program for Historically Excluded (HE) Research Faculty. The latter is a UCSF-wide program led by Christina Mangurian, MD, MAS, focused on supporting the career development of HE faculty throughout UCSF.

This is a 10% academic appointment. All applicants must already have a current faculty or staff research scientist appointment at UCSF, and extensive experience in carrying out research, whether as a faculty member/investigator or in their former training related to a PhD or other professional degree.

The application period will close on Friday, May 1 at 5 p.m.

April 4 Research Town Hall on Tiger Team Recommendations for Clinical Research Space at Parnassus

This town hall recording is now available for viewing on the Office of Research website. The final report slide deck is also available.


April 4 Research Town Hall on Tiger Team Recommendations for Clinical Research Space at Parnassus

This town hall recording is now available for viewing on the Office of Research website. The final report slide deck is also available.


Profiles Hotlist


Events

2022 Cool Campus Challenge!
April 1-30

UCSF staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to join this friendly competition between all UC campuses, UC Health systems, and the Office of the President that educates and motivates the UC community to take simple energy-saving, waste-reducing, and sustainably-focused actions to lower its carbon footprint. 

Rare Disease Symposium
April 20 | 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The UCSF Catalyst Program and Foundation IPSEN are hosting a Rare Disease Virtual Symposium (register) titled "Rare Disease Discovery: Innovations in Diagnostics and Therapeutics" in honor of the over 300 million people worldwide with a rare disease.

14th Annual Chancellor's Leadership Forum on Diversity and Inclusion
April 28 | noon - 1:15 p.m.

This year’s forum will feature 2021 UCSF Climate Survey results, the Chancellor’s True North and its intersection with DEI efforts, remarks from new UCSF leaders, and observations from UCSF Presidential Chair Camara Jones, MD, MPH, PhD. We encourage all to attend and bring your questions.

UCSF Information Commons Day
May 9 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This symposium includes keynote speakers Carrie Byington, MD, executive vice president, UC Health, and Atul Butte, MD, PhD, director of BCHSI, chief data scientist of UC Health; research talks demonstrating the potential transformative impact of multifactor data science; and workshops detailing tools, data, and support available.

Save the Date: 2022 Clinical Trials Day Celebration!
May 20 | 2 - 3:30 p.m.

This event will recognize clinical research coordinators and their many contributions to UCSF's research enterprise. All CRCs and clinical research support staff are welcome! Stay tuned for registration and event details.

Precision Medicine World Conference 2022
June 28 - 30 | multiple times

Get updates and register for the 2022 Precision Medicine World Conference.


Funding Updates

NIH Funding Opportunities Specific to COVID-19
Visit this website for the latest funding opportunities.


NIH Updates

Policy and Guidance:

Flexibilities:


Operations, Training, and Tools

Register | 2022 Research Data Series Webinars
Please join us to learn about data resources for research. Upcoming webinars are on deck, with several sponsored by the Population Health Data Initiative. Learn more, register, and access slides/video from prior sessions. 

Register | May CRC Training Opportunities
Boost your operational knowledge! Training for clinical research study teams is available and open for registration. May offerings include Bootcamp, Data Management, and Protocol Training, MOPs & SOPs. Courses are primarily geared toward CRCs but all are welcome to attend.


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