CTR Seminar Series

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Date

Speaker

Title

07/09/18

Elmer Bernstam, MD
University of Texas

Precision Medicine Informatics

05/14/18

Paraskevi Farazi, PhD
UNMC

Development of a Predictive Model to Assess Pancreatic Cancer Risk Using Machine Learning

04/09/18

Kirk Dombrowski,PhD
UNL

Social network-based techniques for understanding hard-to-reach populations

03/12/18

Cyrus Desouza, MBBS 
UNMC

Recruitment and Retention – Art or Science?

02/12/18

Beth DeCarolis

New NIH Grant Application Requirements

01/08/18

Jeff Curtis
University of Alabama

Big Data, Small Data, Big Data in the Small and its Integration into Healthcare & Research

12/11/17

Abby Meyer
UNMC

New Recruitment Techniques

11/13/17

W. Scott Campbell, PhD, MBA
UNMC

Efforts to link molecular pathology results and anatomic pathology encoding to the EHR for cancer research

10/9/17

Fernando Wilson
UNMC

Incorporating Economic Evaluation in Clinical & Translational Research

9/25/17

Shinobu, Watanabe-Galloway
UNMC

Health Status of Great Plains Region: The Roles of Population-Based Health Indicators in Clinical Translational Research

9/11/17

Christopher Wichman
UNMC

Investigational Design I/II

7/10/17

No lecture

 

6/12/17

Ed Ellerbeck
KUMC

Design and Critique of Grants for Implementation Research

5/8/17

Russ Waitman, PhD
Kansas University Medical Center

Building Regional Informatics Capacity for Clinical/Translational and Pragmatic Research through the Greater Plains Collaborative

4/10/17

Ken Saag, MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Elements of Successful Research Mentoring and where to find funding as Junior Clinical Investigator

3/13/17

Ashok Mudgapalli, PhD
Fang Yu, PhD
UNMC

Research IT and Biostatistics Resources for Clinical and Translational Research

2/13/17

Babu Guda, PhD
Purnima Guda, PhD
Jim McClay, MD
UNMC

Accessing Biomedical Informatics Resources for Clinical and Translational Research

1/12/17

Lynn Johnson, PhD
University of Michigan

Health Records in the Cloud: Success Requires Both Technical and Cultural Change