UTMB Announcements for 2/17/2017

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Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
Neuroscience & Cell Biology Departmental Seminar Series
Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar
Campus Bible Study
UNIVERSITY OPTICAL GALVESTON IS HOSTING AN OPEN HOUSE, FRAME TRUNK SHOW, GREAT DISCOUNTS AND DRAWINGS
Applications now open for UTMB’s high school biomedical research program

Repeat AnnouncementsFirst Published
Academy of Master Clinicians2/13/2017
**NEXT WEEK - THE 22nd ANNUAL LEFEBER WINTER SERIES ON AGING2/15/2017
Flu Research Study2/13/2017
Grants for Lunch - Feb. 212/6/2017
Annual TB Screening Deadline Coming Up2/13/2017
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds2/13/2017
Pharmacology & Toxicology Seminar Series2/13/2017
Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar2/13/2017
UTMB Earth Day Art Contest2/13/2017
Translational Research Seminar presented by Laura Muruato, PhD Candidate, Human Pathophysiology and Translational Medicine Program2/15/2017
The Final Oral Examination of Jessica Jarvis2/14/2017
<-><-><-> UTMB FACULTY AND STAFF CAMPAIGN: THE POWER OF MULTIPLICATION <-><-><->2/15/2017
Health Policy Dialogue and Lunch- FEB. 232/15/2017
Police Administration Office and Badge Office Closed2/16/2017
**SEMINAR** Conflicts of Interest Update: Individual, Research, and Institutional COI2/16/2017
NURSING ALL STAFF MEETINGS CANCELLED Feb 16th & 17th2/16/2017
Webinar: Subrecipient Monitoring and 2 CFR 200 - Feb. 212/16/2017

Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
First Published 2/17/2017

The Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases,
the Department of Microbiology & Immunology and the Center for Tropical Diseases
welcomes

Mark R. Denison, M.D.
Craig-Weaver Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Pathology, Microbiology& Immunology
Interim Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Presenting

“Infidelity is Bad for Coronavirus Relationships: Targeting Proofreading”

as part of the
Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
Date:  Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Place: Basic Science Auditorium, Room 2.212

All interested persons are encouraged to attend!

Contact:     Email: Angela Culler     For: Center for Biodefense & Emerging Infectious Diseases     Phone: 72464     Fax: 70762
 
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Neuroscience & Cell Biology Departmental Seminar Series
First Published 2/17/2017

 

 The Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology presents a seminar by

Dr. Beau Ances, Professor, Departments of Neurology, Radiology, and Biomedical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

“Neuroimaging of HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders:  A Model for Neurodegenerative Diseases”

12:00 pm, Wednesday, February 22, 2017, Basic Science Auditorium, Room 2.212, Basic Science Building

Contact:     Email: Belinda Ebert     For: NCB     Phone: 72178
 
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Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar
First Published 2/17/2017

The Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Program Presents

 "Engineering Gut Microbes to Deliver RNAi to Interfere with Zika Virus in Mosquitoes"

by

Miguel Saldana
Graduate Assistant

Research Interest: Virology
Mentor: Grant Hughes, PhD

Friday, February 24,  2017

Levin Hall 3.324

12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

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Contact:     Email: Aneth Zertuche     For: Microbiology and Immunology     Phone: 22322
 
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Campus Bible Study
First Published 2/17/2017

We will continue Bible study with "Knowing the Holy Spirit." Join us Fridays from 12-12:50 PM at the Jamail Student Center second floor, Budget Room 2.124. All are welcome. Lunch is provided, but you may also bring your own.

 

Contact:     Email: Campus     For: Bible Study     Phone: 304-376-5817
 
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UNIVERSITY OPTICAL GALVESTON IS HOSTING AN OPEN HOUSE, FRAME TRUNK SHOW, GREAT DISCOUNTS AND DRAWINGS
First Published 2/17/2017

UTMB EYE HEALTH, UNIVERSITY OPTICAL IN GALVESTON, is happy to announce a special event.  On Friday, February 24, 2017, from 9:00am - 4:00pm we are hosting an Open House.  You will be pleased to meet our Costa and Kenmark sales representatives who are sponsoring a trunk show with new and current frame styles.  Attendees will be eligible to receive 40% off out-of-pocket expense for prescription eyewear purchases or receive 50% off Kenmark trunk show designer frames and prescription lenses including Vera Wang, Kensie, Lilly Pultizer, Penguin, Zac Posen and Timex.  Also during this event attendees will receive a 15% discount on prescription Costa merchandise or purchase non-prescription sunglasses and receive a Costa T-shirt or cap.  When you come to the event and decide you want to schedule an eye examination with one of our optometrist you will still receive this great discount on prescription eyewear.  Remember this discount is only available when you attend the event.  When you attend please register for a chance to win a pair of Vera Wang and Costa non-prescription sunglasses.  There will be random drawings during the event for other great prizes.  Share the news, bring a friend!

- Galveston, 700 University Blvd., near UTMB campus

- Appointments call 409-747-5800

- Questions call 409-747-5823

- Free, convenient parking

If you would like to schedule an appointment at our Texas City location the phone number is 409-978-4321.

*Promotions and discounts exclude Maui Jim products and not valid on prior purchases.

 

Contact:     Email: Charlene Miller     For: Ophthalmology/Optical Center     Phone: 409-747-5823     Fax: 409-747-5824
 
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Applications now open for UTMB’s high school biomedical research program
First Published 2/17/2017

Applications now open for UTMB’s high school biomedical research program

DEADLINE MARCH 3, 2017

Applications are now being accepted for the Biomedical Research Training for High School Students (BRTHSS) program at The University of Texas Medical Branch. This enrichment program prepares highly-motivated students for careers in biomedical research or science teaching. Applications are now being accepted for this eight-week, research-based program. The 2017 dates are June 5 – July 28The online applications and supporting documents must be received by March 3.

The program is open to all high school students who meet the following criteria:

(1) Must be 16 years old by the start of the program on June 5, 2017, no exception

(2) Must have at least a 2.5 grade point average on a four-point scale

(3) Must have completed a course in high school chemistry

(4) Must live within a 50-mile radius of the UTMB Galveston campus. Students who live beyond a 50 mile radius may participate in the program if they specify a location where they will reside within a 50 mile radius and also include written parental permission agreeing to this residence to be submitted with the application.

This program provides 10-12th grade students with an immersion laboratory experience in a faculty mentors lab.  Project experimental results are presented formally.BRTHSS helps address the critical need in the United States for more scientists and science teachers by providing stimulating, hands-on experience in scientific research.

For more information, contact Alicia C. Simmons in the UTMB Office of Educational Outreach at ext. 29119 on-campus or (409) 772-9119 off-campus or visit the website at https://www.utmb.edu/oeo/students/brp.asp .

The Office of Educational Outreach-Science Education encourages interaction between UTMB’s scientific community and area schools through summer science camps, professional development workshops for science, mathematics and computer science teachers, and other enrichment programs. Through these programs, UTMB plays an integral role in enhancing pre-college students' knowledge about Science, Technology, Engineering & Math and encouraging students to pursue STEM careers.  Please visit our web site for more information at www.utmb.edu/oeo .

 

Contact:     Email: Alicia C. Simmons     For: UTMB Office of Educational Outreach-Science Education     Phone: ext. 29119
 
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Academy of Master Clinicians
First Published 2/13/2017

Academy of Master Clinicians

Clinician of the Month 

 The ACADEMY OF MASTER CLINICIANS is accepting Letters of Support for Nominations for Clinician of the Month.

The AMC at UTMB will honor those clinicians who are recognized as consistently outstanding in this domain. Election to the AMC is envisioned to be the highest honor that is bestowed upon a clinician at UTMB. Election as a Clinician of the Month recognizes those who have not practiced their discipline as long or been faculty as long as a clinician who qualifies for election to the AMC.  While providing excellent patient-centric clinical care, a Clinician of the Month will be distinguished and recognized by their commitment and professionalism in their daily work.

Letters of Support should be sent, from the clinician’s direct supervisor, to Debra Liedy at dliedy@utmb.edu. Criteria for this award can be found on the AMC homepage http://www.utmb.edu/amc.

Contact:     Email: Debra Liedy     For: Office of Student Affairs and Admissions     Phone: (409) 772-2784
 
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**NEXT WEEK - THE 22nd ANNUAL LEFEBER WINTER SERIES ON AGING
First Published 2/15/2017

**NEW LOCATION**

6.300 Caduceus Room – 6th Floor Administration Building
All lectures will be held from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Reception to follow

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
“Aging and Cognition in Mexican Population”
Silvia Mejia-Arango, PhD
Director, Department of Population Studies
The College of the Northern Border (COLEF), Mexico

 Tuesday, February 28, 2017
“Drug Therapy in Older Persons: Beliefs, Myths, and Challenges”
Jerry H. Gurwitz, MD
Meyers Professorship in Primary Care Medicine
Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Lectures are open to everyone 

If you have any questions, please contact Adrienne Shreve at x71987 or adshreve@utmb.edu
http://www.utmb.edu/scoa/

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Contact:     Email: Adrienne Shreve     For: Sealy Center on Aging     Phone: 409-747-1987
 
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Flu Research Study
First Published 2/13/2017

 SUFFERING WITH SEASONAL FLU?

 You may be able to help the NIGHTHAWK study test a potential new flu treatment.

  • No-cost study medication
  • No-cost study-related medical care
  • Compensation for time and travel

 VOLUNTEER TODAY

Contact:     Email: Caroline Doughty-Skierski     For: Sealy Center for Vaccine Development     Phone: (409) 772-5278
 
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Grants for Lunch - Feb. 21
First Published 2/6/2017

"Communicating Effectively"

Presented By:  Craig Cassidy

Tuesday, February 21
Noon to 1 p.m.
Research Bldg. #6, 1.108

Bring your lunch and join in the discussion!

RSVP at https://my.utmb.edu/pstraining

In this session, we will talk about the difference between a grant and a paper.  Participants will also learn how to communicate with those involved in the grant submission process.

Grants for Lunch is designed to develop the grantsmanship skills of UTMB senior post-docs, fellows, as well as junior and clinical faculty wanting to start a research career.  In addition, it also serves to promote networking within our research community.

*Seating is limited.  Also note the room is inside the Testing Center.  Please enter and exit the session quietly so we do not disturb any group that might be using the testing facility.

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Contact:     Email: Research Education     For: Research Services     Phone: 69432`
 
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Annual TB Screening Deadline Coming Up
First Published 2/13/2017

 

The deadline for all health care workers to complete their annual TB screening for FY17 is May 31, 2017. To assist with this institutional requirement, TB testing will be offered:

Angleton Danbury Campus
Hospital – Lobby
Feb. 14 and 16
7:30 a.m. – Noon

Galveston Campus
Jennie Sealy Hospital – 4th Floor Corridor Connecting Hospital and CSW
Feb. 21 – 27
7:30 a.m. – Noon
And
Jennie Sealy Hospital – 4th Floor Corridor Connecting Hospital and CSW
March 21 – 27
7:30 a.m. – Noon

League City Campus
Hospital – Hallway Adjacent to the Gift Shop
March 7 – 10
7:30 a.m. – Noon

Employee Health Clinic
Primary Care Pavilion, Suite 125
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday – 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

UTMB Clinics and Inpatient Units
Contact your manager or Employee Health for more information

Please be advised that health care workers tested within the last four months do not need to be rescreened at this time. Those who have had a positive TB test must complete and return a TB Evaluation Form to Employee Health; a chest x-ray will only be required if an employee is symptomatic.

For more details about UTMB’s TB surveillance program, click here or contact Employee Health at (409) 747-9172.

Contact:     Email: Employee Health     For: Human Resources     Phone: (409) 747-9172
 
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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds
First Published 2/13/2017

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation
Grand Rounds: Distinguished Lecture Series


“Rehabilitation and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Glove Systems”


Muthu B.J. Wijesundara, PhD
Principle Research Scientist
UTA Research Institute
Fort Worth, Texas

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
7:00 AM

UTMB League City Campus
2nd Floor Conference Room 2.205


Objectives:
1. Describe applicability of assistive robotic technology for hand rehabilitation
2. Review insight of device development for hand wound care
3. Identify collaborative opportunities between clinicians and engineers

Disclosure Statement (Speaker):   Dr. Wijesundara has no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose: 

Disclosure Statement (Planning Committee Members):  Drs. Ronald Lindsey, Zibi Gugala and Mrs. Brenda Johnson have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose

Accreditation:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Contact:     Email: Kathryn Gwinn     For: Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation     Phone: 409-747-5750
 
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Pharmacology & Toxicology Seminar Series
First Published 2/13/2017

The Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Proudly Presents

 

 Csaba Szabo, M.D., Ph.D., D. Sci.

Professor

Department of Anesthesiology

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

                                                               

“3 gaseous transmitters NO, CO and H2S and their roles in cancer”

 

Friday, February 17th, 2017

12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

SHP/SON, 1.102

Hosted by: Dr. Kenneth Johnson

Contact:     Email: Nicole Bilotta     For: Pharmacology     Phone: 409-772-9626
 
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Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar
First Published 2/13/2017

The Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Program Presents

 “Characterization of attenuating mutations in West Nile virus NS4B protein”

by

Jaclyn Blanc
Graduate Assistant

Research Interest: Immunology
Mentor: Alan Barrett, PhD

Friday, February 17,  2017

Levin Hall 3.324

12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

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Contact:     Email: Aneth Zertuche     For: Microbiology and Immunology     Phone: 22322
 
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UTMB Earth Day Art Contest
First Published 2/13/2017

UTMB Health

Earth Day Celebration 2017

 

“Elements of Education for a Healthy Earth”

 

Contest Objective: To encourage UTMB Health staff, students, faculty and surrounding community to embrace conservation, recycling and sustainable efforts by actively participating in the UTMB Health Earth Day Art Contest.

 

Rules:

  • The contest is open to all.
  • Design must reflect ways to conserve energy resource consumption that will keep our environment clean and healthy for future generations.
  • Artwork should be submitted on an 8.5 x 11 inch white sheet of paper and fill the page.
  • Use no more than five colors to create the artwork; use bright, bold colors only.
  • Any media acceptable for the artwork, but should lend itself to be reproduced on t-shirtsand posters.
  • Artwork containing promotional material (e.g. company logos, brand names) will be disqualified.
  • The contest information must be attached (form below) to the back of the artwork.
  • All entries become the property of UTMB Health.

Attn: Robin Baker

                                                301 University Boulevard

                                                Galveston, Texas 77555-1000

 

Deadline:

  • Entries must be submitted by Tuesday, March 14, 2017.The winner will be selected in April 2017.

 

Prizes:

  • The winning artwork will be displayed throughout the UTMB Health Campus and will appear on official UTMB Health Earth Day t-shirts, posters and other promotional items.
  • The winner of the contest will receive recognition at the 25th Annual UTMB Health Earth Day celebration on Friday, April 28, 2017.

 

For more information, please contact Robin Baker, Office of University Events, at (409) 747-6735 or at events.oua@utmb.edu, or visit the UTMB Health Conservation Website at http://www.utmb.edu/bof/utilities/sustainability/.

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Contact:     Email: Robin Baker     For: University Conferences and Events     Phone: 4097476735
 
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Translational Research Seminar presented by Laura Muruato, PhD Candidate, Human Pathophysiology and Translational Medicine Program
First Published 2/15/2017

Human Pathophysiology & Translational Medicine Program
Translational Research Seminar Series

"Mining for neoteric Burkholderia vaccines: a gold nanoparticle approach"

 

Laura Muruato 

PhD Candidate, Human Pathophysiology and Translational Medicine Program 

Dr. Alfredo Torres, PhD, Mentor 
 

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
4:00pm
Research Bldg 6, Auditorium 2.312

Contact:     Email: Jen Betancourt     For: Institue for Translational Sciences     Phone: 24185
 
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The Final Oral Examination of Jessica Jarvis
First Published 2/14/2017

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH AT GALVESTON

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Announces – The Final Examination of

Jessica M. Jarvis

For the Degree of

Doctor of Philosophy

February 22, 2017

1:00 P.M.

SHP, Marie Hall Room

4th Floor

TITLE OF DISSERTATION

INFLUENCES OF COHORT DIFFERENCES AND POSITIVE EMOTION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITION AND DISABILITY IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING AMONG OLDER MEXICAN AMERICANS

SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE

Chair: James E. Graham, Ph.D., DC, Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Jacques Baillargeon, Ph.D., Professor, Population Health Sciences Graduate Program, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Kenneth Ottenbacher, Ph.D., OTR, Professor, Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Brian Downer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Graduate Program, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Mary Khetani, Sc.D., OTR/L, Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, College of Applied Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, IL

Contact:     Email: Laura Teed     For: Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences     Phone: 22668
 
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<-><-><-> UTMB FACULTY AND STAFF CAMPAIGN: THE POWER OF MULTIPLICATION <-><-><->
First Published 2/15/2017

The Faculty and Staff Campaign - part of the $50 million Innovations in Mind fundraising initiative - is moving forward at full steam.  UTMB employees have already contributed a remarkable $470,000 through the campaign, supporting Innovations in Mind's four priorities:

The Faculty and Staff Campaign is OUR chance to stand tall and declare, in one voice, that our generosity is the heart of UTMB's future.

Payroll Deduction.  We invite you to support the campaign at a level you find meaningful.  Through payroll deduction, you can multiply the impact of a monthly gift:

  • $10 per month X 12 months X 5 years = a $600 total gift
  • $25 per month X 12 months X 5 years = a $1,500 total gift
  • $50 per month X 12 months X 5 years = a $3,000 total gift
  • $100 per month X 12 months X 5 years = a $6,000 total gift

Remember, all gifts are treasured. Even a modest gift, multiplied by the number of UTMB employees, would result in a truly awe-inspiring outpouring of support.

MAKE YOUR GIFT TODAY!

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Contact:     Email: Kevin Haslam     For: Development Office     Phone: 409-772-5151
 
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Health Policy Dialogue and Lunch- FEB. 23
First Published 2/15/2017

Please join the Office of the President and the Office of Health Policy & Legislative Affairs as we welcomeGerben Dejong, PhD, FACRM, Senior Fellow for Health Policy & Post-Acute Care, Medstar National Rehabilitation Network, and Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine, for a UTMB Health Policy Dialogue and Lunch, Thursday, February 23, at noon. The free lecture is open to all UTMB students, faculty and staff, as well as those interested members of the public. The discussion begins at noon in the Levin Hall Dining Room on the UTMB campus.  Lunch will be served beginning at 11:30 a.m.

This week’s Health Policy Dialogue is “The IMPACT Act and Value-Based Health Care.”   We hope you will join us for the discussion on this very relevant topic in health care. This UTMB Health Policy Dialogue is co-sponsored by the Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing.

For those unable to attend the lecture in person the Health Policy Lecture is available to remote Polycom equipped locations and via the web using a PC and speakers. To join via a Polycom system please video dial4091104.To join conference via a PC/Speakers use the URL that is most suitable with the PC: For High Definition PC users -https://hdstream.utmb.edu/VEMSWeb/Widgets/EmbedPlayerControllerWidget.html?ver=6.3.7.6&autoplay=true&contentID=6  For Apple QuickTime PC users - http://stream.utmb.edu/stream.sdp. The broadcast will not be interactive. For additional information or to RSVP please contact Becky Trout, at rltrout@utmb.edu or (409) 747-2734.

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Contact:     Email: Diana Davison     For: Health Policy & Legislative Affairs     Phone: 409-747-2739
 
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Police Administration Office and Badge Office Closed
First Published 2/16/2017

Te Police Administration Office and the Badge Office will be closed on Monday, February 20th, 2017 in observance of Presidents day.

We will resume with normal working hours on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 8:00 am.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Contact:     Email: Ta' Wanda Fuqua     For: Police Department     Phone: 772-1503
 
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**SEMINAR** Conflicts of Interest Update: Individual, Research, and Institutional COI
First Published 2/16/2017

Conflicts of Interest Update: Individual, Research, and Institutional COI

Presented by the Office of Legal and Regulatory Affairs

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

11:30 am-12:30 pm

RB6, room 1.206

Please join UTMB's Office of Institutional Compliance and Department of Legal Affairs for a discussion on Conflicts of Interest both within and outside the institution.

 

Topics of discussion will include:

• Updates to both the Research and Individual COI policies and procedures;

• How they relate to UTMB subsidiaries;

• And, a general overview of UTMB’s COI program.

 

Please bring any questions about Conflicts of Interest that you may have!

Contact:     Email: Patricia Mitrovich     For: Office of Legal and Regulatory Affairs     Phone: 79707
 
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NURSING ALL STAFF MEETINGS CANCELLED Feb 16th & 17th
First Published 2/16/2017

The Nursing All Staff Meetings are cancelled Thursday, February 16th and Friday, February 17th

Contact:     Email: Charlotte Larson     For: Health System Administration     Phone: 409-266-9912
 
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Webinar: Subrecipient Monitoring and 2 CFR 200 - Feb. 21
First Published 2/16/2017

Maximus Webinar Series

February 21st  •  1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Rebecca Sealy Hospital West 1.126

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2 CFR 200 reinforces and clarifies existing requirements and expectations for subrecipient issuance and monitoring.  The subrecipient monitoring expectation under 2 CFR 200 is perhaps one of the most significant increases in administrative burden for organizations as we work to comply with Uniform Guidance expectations. We will review the basic requirements and discuss the potential implications of the guidance on subrecipient monitoring.  Topics to be covered include:       

  • Award Issuance Obligations
  • Subrecipient Determination
  • Risk Assessment
  • Terms for Risk Mitigation
  • Monitoring
  • Remedies for Noncompliance
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Contact:     Email: Research Education     For: Research Services     Phone: 69441
 
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