News, Notes and Info
- The 2014 K-INBRE symposium will be held in Kansas City on Jan. 18-19, 2014. Please plan to attend or present a poster. The deadline for registration and poster abstracts in Dec. 2, 2013. Please see the web site for further information: http://www.k-inbre.org/symposium_info.html
- A Contemporary Medicinal Chemistry two-day workshop will be given on January 9 and 10, 2014. Lecturers will be Drs. Les Mitscher and Tom Prisinzano. Registration information will be available in early December 2013.
- COBRE CCET PI lunch dates for the fall semester 2013 are September 10, October 24 and December 12. Lunches are from 11:30am to 1:00pm and are held in 100C MRB on KU's west campus.
- The "What's Hot: Working with The University of Kansas Biomedical Core Laboratories" symposium was presented on Sept. 14, 2012. Links to each of the presentations at the symposium are available here.
Access seminar on NIH's Public Access Policy: Information and Tools to Ensure Compliance
If you were unable to join us for the March 29 seminar: NIH’s Public Access Policy: Information and Tools to Ensure Compliance, please find below links to the recording of the March 29 presentation by KUCR staff member Alicia Reed. Her presentation focused on using My NCBI to manage your publications and to prepare the publications portion of your next RPPR, plus many other options. For anyone with NIH funding, compliance with the NIH guidelines on public access to publications is critical, especially since the guidelines include plans for NIH to withhold funding for grants which produce publications that do not comply.
Here is a link to the audio seminar presentation by Ms. Reed. Here is a link to the PowerPoint presentation.
- Dr. Steven Andrew Rogers was hired as the Manager of the Medicinal Chemistry Core in April 2012
COBRE Acknowledgment for publications and presentations:
“Research reported in this [publication, presentation, news release] was supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under grant number 8P30GM103495 and the State of Kansas.”
You may also use the following language to further inform about the IDeA program, especially in news release materials:
“The University of Kansas has received $5M from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Center of Biomedical Research Excellence. The IDeA program builds research capacities in states that historically have had low levels of NIH funding by supporting basic, clinical and translational research, faculty development and infrastructure improvements.”
Last Updated: 10/31/2013