Integrated Health Sciences

Assisting with translational research projects

SWEHSC Colloquium March 20, 2013

"What you can get from your high throughput data" - Dr. Petr Novak


March 20,2013
Skaggs, College of Pharmacy Room 325
5:00 pm
Refreshments will be served

SWEHSC Colloquium

Datetime: 
March 20, 2013 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

"What you can get from your high throughput data" - Dr. Petr Novak
March 20,2013
Skaggs, College of Pharmacy Room 325
5:00 pm
Refreshments will be served

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Research Highlights

Dr. Pradeep Marri Dr. Pradeep Marri is a computational biologist at the University of Arizona who is focused on evolutionary influences on the genome, including genome structure in eukaryotes, horizontal gene transmission in prokaryotes, and gene loss/gain.  Dr.

PROJECT CONSULT: The IHS Pathway to Project Support

FIRST THINGS FIRST

Investigators requesting SWEHSC-subsidized IHS support, or general consultation for a proposed translational project, are asked to complete an online Project Assistance Form. Support requests are discussed at the weekly SWEHSC management meeting of the IHS Co-Directors, and are evaluated on established criteria.

Projects approved for subsidized assistance will proceed through a structured path called "Project Consult."

I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO START

This is one of the most accessed IHS pages, so you are not alone!

FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core (IHS) is supported by the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC).  SWEHSC is primarily funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

I HAVE A PRETTY GOOD IDEA OF THE TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH AREA THAT I NEED HELP IN

We have organized the IHS into three Resource Areas.   Each is described briefly below, with contact information for the leader of each area.  Feel free to contact a Resource Area leader to discuss your project.  Our aim is to get back with you within 48 hours.  If that does not happen please call IHS Coordinator Ms. Susie Herndon (520) 626-5594 , or click here to send her an email.

Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core

At SWEHSC, translational research is research that takes a scientific idea one step closer to a real-world benefit to people. 
This might mean moving from studying how mice chemically transform arsenic, to studying how humans who are environmentally exposed to arsenic change its chemical form.  This is important because we know that some of those “changed” chemical forms are actually more toxic than the original arsenic that was in the water!

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