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The TRI Research and Career Development Seminar Series provides early career researchers with access to important information and skill-building opportunities, helping them advance in their research and careers at UAMS.
Unless otherwise specified, all seminars are held alternating Fridays in ED II G 112 A/B, ground floor, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. You can access each seminar off campus through TRI’s blackboard classroom.
Shona Ray-Griffith, M.D.
Bryce Marquis, Ph.D.
Nov. 17 KL2 Exiting Scholar Presentations Exiting KL2 Scholars Shona Ray-Griffith M.D., assistant professor, psychiatry, and Bryce Marquis Ph.D., assistant professor, geriatrics will present on their KL2 research projects: Marquis: “Heart Failure and Mitochondrial Function;” and Ray-Griffith: “Neuropathic Pain in Pregnancy”
Songthip Ounpraseuth, Ph.D.
Trey Spencer, M.S.
Dec. 1 Designing Better Research with B.E.R.D. Learn about how the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design team can help you with your research.
Songthip Ounpraseuth, Ph.D., associate professor of health biostatistics, and Trey Spencer, M.S., research associate.
Jonathan Young, M.A.
Amy Jo Jenkins, M.S.
Nov. 3 TRI Services for Researchers and Clinicians Learn about the varied services the Translational Research Institute provides for researchers and clinicians.
Speakers: Amy Jo Jenkins, M.S., executive director, TRI, and Jonathan Young, M.A., director, research administration, TRI