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TMI Talks – Presentations accepted at national scientific meetings
January 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Come join us for the first TMI Translational Talks of the 2020 Spring Semester!
The next session of TMI Translational Talks will highlight TMI projects that have been accepted for presentation at a national scientific meeting. Drs. Ross Palmer, Mike Lappin, and Ben Gadomski will be presenting their fascinating projects that are hot off the press! Please be sure and congratulate Dr. Gadomski, whose abstract is a New Investigator Research Award finalist at the Orthopaedic Research Society 2020 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
The goal of the TMI Talks series is to provide a forum in which to present topics related to research, including research ideas, research support, innovation support, proposals, protocols, data, abstracts, posters, or oral presentations for discussion with colleagues, feedback, exchange of ideas, etc. Everyone at CSU is welcome, whether affiliated with TMI or not. We welcome participation and discussion following each presentation. Participation by ZOOM will be available, the link is: https://zoom.us/j/963768926. Networking on the TMI Terrace to follow if the weather cooperates or in the Grand Events Hall if it does not. Open bar and snacks will be available. For suggestions re future presentation topics, please email: email@example.com.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2020 TRAVEL GRANT WINNERS!
The CSU Office of the Vice President of Research and Translational Medicine Institute Research are pleased to introduce the inaugural winners of the Translational Talks travel grants! Jake Wolynski, PhD student, is the winner of the John and Leslie Malone Research in Development Travel Award for his presentation titled “Predicting fracture healing outcome.” Drs. Prakruti Patel and Holly Stewart, both post-doctoral fellows, tied for honor of the Princess Kawānanakoa Finalized Translational Research Travel Award for their presentations titled “Force variability predicts manual dexterity in high-functioning stroke survivors” and “Subchondral bone disease: Who’s got bone marrow lesions? Ewe’s got bone marrow lesions!” respectively. Each of the award winners will receive $2000 for travel expenses at the scientific meeting of their choice. Future presentations from investigators-in-training will qualify to compete for 2021 travel grant opportunities, which will be awarded in the Fall Semester of 2020. Details at the bottom of this flyer.
WHEN: Thursday, January 30, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
WHERE: Translational Medicine Institute – Grand Events Hall, 3rd floor (TMI 330)
4:00 PM – 4:20 PM: Dr. Ross Palmer – “Evaluation of a novel, resorbable interference screw for CrCL reconstruction” (presentation and discussion)
4:20 PM – 4:40 PM: Dr. Michael Lappin – “Clinical trials using shelter animals” (presentation and discussion)
4:40 PM – 5:00 PM: Dr. Ben Gadomski – “Evaluation of lumbar spinal fusion utilizing Recombinant Human Platelet Derived Growth Factor-B Chain Homodimer combined with Bovine Collagen/β-Tricalcium Phosphate in an ovine model” (presentation and discussion)
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Open bar, snacks, and networking – Grand Events Hall, 3rd floor (TMI 330) & Terrace (weather permitting)
ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/963768926
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TRAVEL AWARD COMPETITION FOR PRESENTERS IN TRAINING
Are you a CSU post-doc or graduate student developing a research proposal or analyzing data after completing a research project? If you present your research project at a future session of the TMI Research Pillar Talks, you will be automatically entered for a travel grant competition!
1. Graduate students and postdocs who present research ideas, proposals, protocols, studies in progress, or UNPUBLISHED papers for discussion will be automatically entered to compete for the $2,000 John and Leslie Malone Research in Development Travel Award to the scientific/clinical meeting of your choice to be awarded in the Fall Semester of 2020.
2. Graduate students and postdocs who present accepted abstracts, accepted posters, accepted oral presentations, or accepted papers for discussion will be automatically entered to compete for the $2,000 Princess Kawānanakoa Finalized Research Award to the scientific/clinical meeting of your choice to be awarded in the Fall Semester of 2020.
To participate in either competition, please send a title and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and please identify your training level (graduate student or postdoc) and clearly identify whether your presentation qualifies for 1. The John and Leslie Malone Translational Research in Development Travel Award (research idea, proposal, protocol, etc.); or 2. The Princess Kawānanakoa Finalized Translational Research Travel Award (submitted abstract, accepted presentation or paper, etc.). Talks must have been presented at TMI Translational Talks to be eligible and presenters must fill out a short application form to compete for the award. Mentors must approve the presentation and be present, either in person or by ZOOM, at the session in which the research is presented.
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