ICTS Promoted Events

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SEPT 2022



CNCM Seminar: New open-source tools for imaging neuronal activity in freely behaving animals

Speaker: Peyman Golshani, MD, PhD; Professor, John Mazziotta Endowed Chair in Neurology; Department of Neurology; Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences; David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
In-person: Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Building (ISEB 2020) and Virtual via Zoom

SEPT 2022



A Smarter Future for Pediatric Healthcare

The workshop supports the NSF: 2113905/IUCRC: Planning Grant to design a multi-university Center for Smart Space Research (CSSR) involving the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of California, Irvine. This planning grant identifies research and innovation opportunities, clinical needs, and challenges to build application-focused smart spaces.

SEPT 2022



Conte Center Seminar Series

Title: Neuroscientific Evaluation of Risk in Early Childhood Psychopathology: Integrating Proximal and Distal Factors.
Speaker: Susan B. Perlman, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry Director, Laboratory for Child Brain Development Washington University of St. Louis

SEPT 2022



Cancer Survivorship Transition: When Teamwork makes the Dream Work

CHOC would like to invite you to join them for an Educational dinner. Please RSVP by September 2. Capacity is limited to 125 guests. You can bring up to 2 additional guests but they must be providers, nurses or office staff.

AUG 2022



CHOC Research Education: A Research Data Management Guide for Researchers

Decisions you make early- even while you are still planning out your data collection and analysis procedures- can have substantial effects on how you will be able to eventually use and share your data. This webinar can help you identify data gaps and communicate elements of data management to members of your research team.

AUG 2022



The Hybrid 25th International Nursing Philosophy Conference

Join the UCI Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing Center for Nursing Philosophy in association with the International Philosophy of Nursing Society (IPONS) for the first-ever hybrid 25th International Nursing Philosophy Conference. This year’s theme is “What has philosophy ever done for nursing anyway?” This hybrid, multidisciplinary conference will showcase the generative relations between philosophy and nursing through a series of invited keynote speakers and panel events. Cutting-edge peer-reviewed abstract panels on current scholarship and ideas in nursing philosophy will also be featured.

AUG 2022



CNCM 2022 Conference: Linking Brain Functions to Cell Types and Circuits

This two-day in-person conference will take place at the Beckman Center in Irvine, CA. An in-person conference is not only an avenue for scientists to share their research with their peers, but also an avenue for engaged discussions and networking. Such an event offers intellectual stimulation and rewarding experiences that a virtual, online meeting can not offer.

AUG 2022



Schwartz Center Rounds: Cancer Treatment at the End of Life

Schwartz Center Rounds are approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. This activity is also approved for continuing medical education units (CMEs). You will experience: Increased feelings of compassion toward others; Greater insight into your responses and feelings; Improved teamwork and interdisciplinary communication; Decreased feelings of stress and isolation

AUG 2022



Focused Flexible Accelerated Studies Program: Introduction to Statistics & Study Design

The ICTS FFASt program aims to provide various training opportunities to graduate students, post-doctoral scholars and junior faculty to ensure that they possess the core competencies to work effectively both in the broad discipline of translational science and in their specific area of research. To meet this goal the ICTS will provide a variety of trainings throughout the year through our Focused Flexible Accelerated Studies (FFASt) Workshops. This year’s theme is “What has philosophy ever done for nursing anyway?”

AUG 2022



NIH Office of Science Policy (OSP) and the Office of Extramural Research (OER): Understanding the New NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy

The NIH Office of Science Policy (OSP) and the Office of Extramural Research (OER) invite you to join them for an engaging and interactive webinar focused on the new DMS policy which goes into effect on January 25, 2023. In this webinar, you will learn about DMS policy expectations, the applicability of the policy, how to prepare a Data Management and Sharing Plan, and considerations for sharing data responsibly. Don't miss this valuable opportunity to hear from policy experts and get your questions answered.