If new biomedical discoveries are like gold, to borrow the metaphor used by UAMS’ Meredith Zozus, Ph.D., the prospecting days are fast coming to an end. But fear not; the November/December TRIbune newsletter features
Naomi Cottoms received the Chancellor’s Community Research Partner Award on behalf of her organization, Tri County Rural Health Network, from TRI Director Laura James, M.D. The UAMS Translational Research Institute honored UAMS'
The Translational Research Institute (TRI) has issued its 2017 Pilot Award Program request for applications (RFA). This RFA seeks proposals for translational biomedical informatics approaches that examine rural health and health care issues. The awards are $50,000
“Our research team has made big strides since it was established at the UAMS Northwest Regional Campus in 2013, and TRI has been there for us every step of the way. TRI has been integral in helping us build our community engagement infrastructure to address the profound health disparities of Hispanic and Pacific Islander populations. Its support has aided our successful applications for nearly $8 million in external research funding, with more on the horizon. Just as importantly, TRI’s efforts are providing new, unique opportunities to provide interprofessional education, cultural competency, and to address health disparities at the same time.”