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July TRIbune Features Clinical Trials Gains

July 26th, 2016|

The Translational Research Institute (TRI) is finding innovative ways to accelerate the pace of clinical trials while taking on more studies than ever. This month’s TRIbune

Women’s Heart Health National Town Hall Now Available on Video

July 22nd, 2016|

A video recording is now online featuring the recent UAMS/TRI-hosted Our Community, Our Health national conversation about women’s heart health. The video features UAMS College of Nursing

UAMS, Arkansas Faith Leaders Gather to Promote Health Equity

July 19th, 2016|

Nearly 200 people from across Arkansas attended the event. Nearly 200 Arkansas faith leaders, health ministries, educators, researchers and health care providers recently gathered in

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Wed 27

SRA International Webinar

July 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

TRI&Me“My community involvement over the years has always been predicated on my desire to serve those with little or no voice. The Translational Research Institute (TRI) is important because it seeks to make communities aware of how research can benefit my community and others. I participate on the TRI Community Advisory Board because I want to be part of a vehicle that informs and encourages community involvement in research, and that empowers the community to participate in its own health improvement. I appreciate that the TRI Community Advisory Board is convened in sincerity and the voices of the members are heard and acted upon.”

Sarah Lou Facen, member, TRI Community Advisory Board, and past member: UAMS College of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine Community Advisory Board; Arkansas Community Planning Group for HIV/AIDS; and Joshua Intervenors (Pulaski County desegregation lawsuit)