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Frank Low Research Day to be held on April 21

Categories: Events, Research

The 42nd Annual Frank Low Research Day will be held as a virtual event on Thursday, April 21, 2022, and will feature keynote speaker Jon R. Lorsch, Ph.D., director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). NIGMS supports more than 5,500 investigators and 5,000 research grants–around 11 percent of the total number of […]

Research Tips: Do you need a modification on your sponsored project?

Categories: Research

If you need to make changes to an awarded project, a Request for Modification form must be completed and forwarded to the central Research and Sponsored Program Development (RSPD) Office. These changes could include a no-cost extension, principal investigator change, or a carry forward request. The form is located on their website. Once the form […]

New Library Resource: McGraw Hill Medical

Categories: Library

SMHS Library Resources has recently added access to all nineteen platforms within McGraw Hill Medical. You may be familiar with AccessMedicine, a frequently used resource known for user-friendly access to current editions of key reference sources. Our new subscription provides access to similar platforms that are specifically created for your medical specialty: AccessCardiology, AccessPediatrics, AccessSurgery, and AccessObGyn, […]

Research Tip: Proposal checklist and proposal routing in Novelution

Categories: Research

Did you know the SMHS Grants Management website provides various resources needed to submit proposals? One of the newest items is a Proposal Checklist with proposal routing (Novelution) instruction highlights. This checklist gives you some things to think about early in the proposal process and a walkthrough of the order of what should be done first. There […]

Research Tip: Frequently used facts

Categories: Research

Are you looking for instutitional facts and numbers for your grant proposal: Federal Identification Number, Congressional District, DUNS, CAGE CODE, etc.? The SMHS Grants Resources website has a frequently used facts page at: https://med.und.edu/grants-management/facts.html. If you don’t find what you are looking for, be sure to contact Diane.Hillebrand@UND.edu.

ND-INBRE and Indigenous Trauma and Resilience teams receive $287k NIH award for data science

Categories: News

The principal investigators of the North Dakota IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (ND-INBRE) and Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (CoBRE) for Indigenous Trauma & Resilience Research are pleased to announce that a team of North Dakota researchers has received an NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences supplemental award of $287,000 for data science. […]

Research Tidbit: Financial Conflict of Interest via CITI

Categories: Research

Researchers! Did you know that the Public Health Service Financial Conflict of Interest (FCOI) training is now done through CITI training for faculty and staff? Currently, the electronic proposal routing system, Novelution, is not yet integrated with the CITI training. For now, if you receive a notification about FCOI from Novelution, please ignore this notification […]

Erika Johnson to present Psychiatry Grand Rounds on Library Resources Oct. 6

Categories: Education

Erika Johnson, MLIS, will present “Research and Clinical Information Sources for Psychiatrists and Behavioral Scientists” from 12:10 p.m. to 1:10 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. This broadcast will be held via Zoom/video conferencing. Erika is the head of Library Resources at the SMHS. Upon completion of this program, the learner will be able to: […]

Registration now open for virtual 2021 DaCCoTA Symposium

Categories: Events, Research

The 2021 virtual DaCCoTA Annual Symposium is scheduled for June 18, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration is now open here! Join us for: Educational Opportunities (sessions on dissecting clinical trial design, the NIH Study Section and you, nurse navigators in oncology care, mentorship, and rural community engagement) Poster Sessions DaCCoTA Awardee Presentations Networking […]

Frank Low 2021 award winners

Categories: News

Following another successful — if online-only — Frank Low Research Day last week, the event organizers would like to annoumnce the many award winners. They also want to thank to everyone who participated in the event and helped make it a success. Poster award winners are: Basic Sciences – Graduate Students Best Poster: Danielle Germundson (Clinical […]

North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair announces award winners

Categories: News

The North Dakota State Science & Engineering Fair was held virtually on March 25 and 26. Seventy-four middle and high school students from across North Dakota presented their research in the areas of biology, chemistry, engineering, environmental sciences, and the behavioral and social sciences, among other disciplines. Students in both the junior and senior divisions […]

From the Dean: N.D. Legislature begins wrapping-up

Categories: From the Dean

Although the last official day of this year’s session of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly is fewer than two weeks away, it is likely that the session actually will end sometime next week in order to save some days for another subsequent meeting to address state-wide redistricting. As you may know, the biennial session of […]

SMHS grad students win awards at UND’s annual Graduate Research Achievement Day

Categories: News

Congratulations are in order to Danielle Germundson and Sonalika Singhal, graduate students in Clinical & Translational Sciences, who won first and third place, respectively, in the natural sciences category at UND’s fifth annual (virtual) Graduate Research Achievement Day (GRAD) event last week. “Graduate students are really the lifeblood of any research university; they are the intellectual fuel […]