Caffeinated Conversations on Research
Please join us for refreshments and lively conversation
on topics in research and grant preparation!
Wednesday, February 27
Interfacing Engineering with Medicine and Life Sciences
Dr. Bin He, Director of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine, will present the activities of the Institute which is aimed at promoting interdisciplinary collaborations among faculty from the Academic Health Center and the College of Science and Engineering. He will also discuss the five thematic research programs of the Institute.
Refreshments at 3:15 pm
Presentations at 3:30 pm
For more information, please contact the CVM Research Office at 612-624-3025 or email@example.com.
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|January 16,. 2013||Sabbatical Leave Panel Discussion - 5 faculty members of the College of Veterinary Medicine discussed their research experiences during academic/sabbatical leave. Laura Larson gave an overview of the eligibility criteria and procedures. The presentation was followed by a Q & A panel session that will give the audience the opportunity to ask questions.|
|December 19, 2012||An Overview of Mixed Methods relevant to CVM Research - Dr. Joe Gaugler, School of Nursing|
|October 17, 2012||Experts@Minnesota: Research Networking & Expertise Systems Implementation by Kate McCready, Project Director|
|September 26, 2012||Moving University innovations from the lab and clinic to the animal health market with Sue Patow and Chad Kieper from the Office of Technology Commercialization|
|May 24, 2012||Ecosystem Health at the College of Veterinary Medicine: Updates, Inputs and Future Directions with Dr. Katey Pelican.|
|March 22, 2012 ||CVM Research Office Services Updates: Sandra Kenyon, Jessica Raines-Jones, Kersten Warren. Meet the Staff of the Office of the Associate Dean for Research. The office staff will present information relating to pre-award services and tools, provide updates and seek input on the CVM Research webpage and briefly review potential funding opportunities. |
|February 23, 2012||“How to go about Training Grants,” Panel discussion led by Dr. Tom Molitor with Drs. Cathy Carlson, Bruce Walcheck, Mark Rutherford and Denis Clohisy. Training Grants offer a great opportunity to develop scientists and train graduate students. A great challenge is their competitive nature, how to get started and how to go about organizing and submitting proper proposals. The panel of participants will share their experiences and will provide insightful information on how to assemble successful teams and proposals.|
|January 26, 2012||“GLP, GCP, and QA in the College” - A discussion led by Dr. Michael Conzemius and Dr. Rebecca Davies on Good Laboratory & Clinical Practices and Quality Assurances as they pertain to basic, clinical and translational research."|
|November 10, 2011||Small Companion Animal Grants: Progress Reports|
|June 23, 2011||“Research Seminars in the CVM” - A discussion hosted by Mark Rutherford, Bruce Walcheck, Liz Pluhar, Montse Torremorell, Robert Washabau and Srinand Sreevatsan.|
|May 26, 2011||"Core facilities: Flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, biorepository, electron microscopy" with Bruce Walcheck, Pam Skinner, Maxim Cheeran and Anibal Armien.|
|April 28, 2011||"External Research Funding Opportunities: Thinking Outside the Box" Moderators: Scott Dee, Amy Kircher and Montse Torremorell|
"Partnerships between University based research and industry" (pdf) Montse Torrmorell
"Novel Income Streams" (pdf) Scott Dee
"Department of Defense and Research" (pdf) Amy Kircher
|March 24, 2011||“Current State of CVM Research and Future Directions: A Town Hall Based Meeting to Chart our Course"|
|January 27, 2011||"Encouraging grant writing among graduate students and postdocs"|
|December 16, 2010|
“Next Frontier: Goals, Strategies, and Plans for Large Multi-Investigator Grants" Panel Discussion
|November 18, 2010|
CVM grant recipients give updates on their research and their contributions to CVM Signature Programs, Part II
“The effects Mycobacterium paratuberculosis infection on intestinal microbial population structure,” Srinand Sreevatsan
“Emerging issues in infectious diseases on Minnesota dairy farms: STEC and MRSA,” Sandra Godden
“Horizontal gene transfer resulting in a dominant clone of Salmonella enterica serovar Kentucky in poultry,” Tim Johnson
CVM grant recipients give updates on their research and their contributions to CVM Signature Programs, Part I
Yinduo Ji, "The Genetic Basis of Virulence in Bovine Staphylococcus Aureus"
Troy Trumble, "Biomarker Response to Acute Joint Injury in an Animal Model of Osteoarthritis"
Jim Mickelson, "Medical Genetics of Equine Muscle and Orthopedic Disease"
Aaron Rendahl, statistician for the Comparative Medicine group
"Experimental design and statistical analysis: Questions to Consider as You Write Your Grant"
|March 2010||Barbara Creswell, Mathur Kannan, and Michael Murtaugh|
"Changes to peer review and submission requirements at the NIH"
|February 2010||Jim Collins and Anibal Armien|
The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory: A resource for biomedical research in the CVM
|January 2010||Robert Washabau, Dan Feeney, and David Lee|
"The Veterinary Medical Center: A resource for biomedical research in the CVM
|December 2009||John Deen and Katey Pelican|
"The development of the USAID RESPOND project
|November 2009||Henning Schroeder, currently Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at the College of Pharmacy and, effective January 19, 2010, Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Education|
|October 2009||Sriram Rao|
"Review of the activities of the CVM Research Office in 2009 and a prelude to 2010"
|June 2009||Andre Nault, CVM Librarian|
"How to use RSS feeds to keep current in your field"
|April 2009||Kenny Beckman|
Director of the University of Minnesota Biomedical Genomics Center
|April 2009||Pamela Webb|
Associate Vice President for Research Administration, Director of SPA [view Powerpoint presentation]
|March 2009||Karin Matchett|
Research Office, Overview of Research Office's new web site
|February 2009||Sriram Rao|
Updates on NIH and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding [download NIH and ARRA presentations]