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Laura James, M.D., and Cornelia Beck, Ph.D., R.N., are inviting all researchers to bring their ideas as plans for UAMS’ research enterprise are drafted for the next five years.

Laura James, M.D., and Cornelia Beck, Ph.D., R.N., are inviting all researchers to bring their ideas as plans for UAMS’ research enterprise are drafted for the next five years.

New TRI Leaders Bring Complementary Research Perspectives

The distinguished research careers of Laura James, M.D., and Cornelia Beck, Ph.D., R.N., have been built at opposite ends of the human lifespan.

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TRI News and Announcements

Important Change to NIH’s Resubmission Policy

April 22, 2014

The National Institutes of Health has announced a policy change that allows researchers to submit an application as a new proposal even though the proposal had been previously reviewed by an NIH study section. The
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TRI PILOT FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT

April 22, 2014

May 1 – TRI Request for Applications Will Be Released June 2 – Letter of Intent Due June 16 – Full Applications Invited August 4 – Full Applications Due Awards are $50,000 maximum with a
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TRI KL2 Scholar Selected for Prestigious Journal Editorial Position

April 16, 2014

Elvin Price, Pharm.D., Ph.D., a 2013 UAMS Translational Research Institute (TRI) KL2 Career Development awardee, was recently selected to serve as an associate scientific advisor for Science Translational Medicine, sister publication of the journal Science.
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