Share Your Science
Research Investigators: Share Your Science!
The internet is a useful tool for staying up to date on new findings and resources. It also provides an important means by which researchers can make their discoveries known and interact with peers and potential collaborators.
Got Notice of Grant Award (NOGA) - or - Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from a Scientific Journal? SEND NOGA & abstract - or - LOA & paper to: firstname.lastname@example.org. When submitting, please provide: 1) brief layman’s description of work 2) names of associated grants, centers, projects, and other researchers inolved.
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Our four panelists - @_colm_ , @ALBoothMD, @MoniquePappadis and @bioblastgeek - share a little about their social media activity and what they have gained professionally from engaging online. pic.twitter.com/aPd3Mz72H8— UTMB Provost's Office (@UTMBProvost) December 4, 2018
Rehab Sciences Assistant Professor Brian Downer, PhD is the recipient of a new K01 Grant, "Improvement in Patients’ #Cognition and Relationship with #SNF Quality Measures" from the National Institute on Aging of the #NIH. Congratulations, Dr. Downer! @BrdownerG #AgingResearch pic.twitter.com/GYlQ3NDv2o— UTMB Rehab Science (@UTMB_RehabSci) January 7, 2019
Despite improvements to surgical procedures, colon surgery still carries highest risk https://t.co/hxwxZCsQWB … New study by lead author Dr. Byron D. Hughes, UTMB resident in general surgery and Dr. Hemalkumar Mehta @mehtahemal from #SCoA et. al. pic.twitter.com/QJGhZ6E6io— Sealy Center on Aging (@UTMB_SCOA) January 2, 2019