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Next Week in SHARP – February 28th – March 6th

Upcoming Presentations

March 3rd – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Zara Cooper, MD, MSc, FACS


Call for Evidence-based Practice Grant Proposals

The Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-based Practice (EBP) in Nursing and Healthcare invites you to submit a grant proposal for EBP Quality Improvement or Research. All awardees will receive a free conference registration and present at the 2023 EBP National Summit hosted by the Fuld Institute for EBP.

  • Four proposals of up to $2,500 each will be selected in the EBP Quality Improvement category.
  • Two proposals for up to $5,000 each will be selected in the Research category.

Submit all proposal materials by 11:59 p.m. Monday, March 1. Grant recipients will be notified on Monday, April 19. Get complete details and submission instructions.


Call for Abstracts – Department of Surgery Research Conference

The 46th Annual Zollinger Visiting Professorship and 26th Annual Department of Surgery Research Conference will be held virtually on Thursday, May 13, 2021.  Postdoctoral researchers, graduate research associates, residents/fellows and medical students working in your labs are invited to submit one or more abstracts for consideration for presentation at the research conference.  Electronic copies of  abstracts (please use template shown below) may be submitted to my attention on or before Monday, March 1st.  Abstracts will be reviewed and presenting participants notified no later than Thursday, April 1st.  Late abstracts will not be accepted.

Please be aware that the DOS does not maintain a list of post-doc and graduate research associates working in our labs, so we ask that you please forward this email and the attached form to those individuals.

This year’s 46th Annual Robert M. Zollinger Visiting Professor is Martha A. Zeiger, MD, Director, Surgical Oncology Program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.  Additional details concerning the conference will be forwarded in the weeks ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Research Intensive Workshop

Join us June 3-4 for the Research Intensive Workshop offered virtually by the College of Nursing. Obtain CE credits while you improve your intervention research skills and learn how to earn more grant funding. Our experts are nationally renowned, seasoned NIH-funded researchers from disciplines including nursing, molecular biology and public health. In this workshop, the essential elements of designing, conducting, analyzing and funding intervention research will be taught in a user-friendly format.

Read more

Contact


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – February 21st to 27th

Upcoming Presentations

February 24th – 3:30-4:00pm – Didactic Session presented by Tyler Fogal – CCC Grants Office

February 24th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Sharon Stein, MD, FACS, FASCRS

March 3rd – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Zara Cooper, MD, MSc


Call for Evidence-based Practice Grant Proposals

The Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-based Practice (EBP) in Nursing and Healthcare invites you to submit a grant proposal for EBP Quality Improvement or Research. All awardees will receive a free conference registration and present at the 2023 EBP National Summit hosted by the Fuld Institute for EBP.

  • Four proposals of up to $2,500 each will be selected in the EBP Quality Improvement category.
  • Two proposals for up to $5,000 each will be selected in the Research category.

Submit all proposal materials by 11:59 p.m. Monday, March 1. Grant recipients will be notified on Monday, April 19. Get complete details and submission instructions.


Call for Abstracts – Department of Surgery Research Conference

The 46th Annual Zollinger Visiting Professorship and 26th Annual Department of Surgery Research Conference will be held virtually on Thursday, May 13, 2021.  Postdoctoral researchers, graduate research associates, residents/fellows and medical students working in your labs are invited to submit one or more abstracts for consideration for presentation at the research conference.  Electronic copies of  abstracts (please use template shown below) may be submitted to my attention on or before Monday, March 1st.  Abstracts will be reviewed and presenting participants notified no later than Thursday, April 1st.  Late abstracts will not be accepted.

Please be aware that the DOS does not maintain a list of post-doc and graduate research associates working in our labs, so we ask that you please forward this email and the attached form to those individuals.

This year’s 46th Annual Robert M. Zollinger Visiting Professor is Martha A. Zeiger, MD, Director, Surgical Oncology Program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.  Additional details concerning the conference will be forwarded in the weeks ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Research Intensive Workshop

Join us June 3-4 for the Research Intensive Workshop offered virtually by the College of Nursing. Obtain CE credits while you improve your intervention research skills and learn how to earn more grant funding. Our experts are nationally renowned, seasoned NIH-funded researchers from disciplines including nursing, molecular biology and public health. In this workshop, the essential elements of designing, conducting, analyzing and funding intervention research will be taught in a user-friendly format.

Read more

Contact


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – February 14th to 20th

Upcoming Presentations

February 17th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Samir Gadepalli, MD, MS, MBA

February 24th – 3:30-4:00pm – Didactic Session presented by Tyler Fogal – CCC Grants Office

February 24th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Sharon Stein, MD, FACS, FASCRS

March 3rd – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Zara Cooper, MD, MSc


 

Call for Abstracts – Department of Surgery Research Conference

The 46th Annual Zollinger Visiting Professorship and 26th Annual Department of Surgery Research Conference will be held virtually on Thursday, May 13, 2021.  Postdoctoral researchers, graduate research associates, residents/fellows and medical students working in your labs are invited to submit one or more abstracts for consideration for presentation at the research conference.  Electronic copies of  abstracts (please use template shown below) may be submitted to my attention on or before Monday, March 1st.  Abstracts will be reviewed and presenting participants notified no later than Thursday, April 1st.  Late abstracts will not be accepted.

Please be aware that the DOS does not maintain a list of post-doc and graduate research associates working in our labs, so we ask that you please forward this email and the attached form to those individuals.

This year’s 46th Annual Robert M. Zollinger Visiting Professor is Martha A. Zeiger, MD, Director, Surgical Oncology Program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.  Additional details concerning the conference will be forwarded in the weeks ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Research Intensive Workshop

Join us June 3-4 for the Research Intensive Workshop offered virtually by the College of Nursing. Obtain CE credits while you improve your intervention research skills and learn how to earn more grant funding. Our experts are nationally renowned, seasoned NIH-funded researchers from disciplines including nursing, molecular biology and public health. In this workshop, the essential elements of designing, conducting, analyzing and funding intervention research will be taught in a user-friendly format.

Read more

Contact


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – February 7th to 13th

Upcoming Presentations

February 10th – 3:30-4:15pm – Didactic Session presented by Amanda Gibbs from College of Medicine Grants Office

February 10th – 4:15-5:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Clara Lee, MD

February 17th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Samir Gadepalli, MD, MBA


Please join the Health Disparities Interest Group and the NIMHD Division of Intramural Research for a lecture by Sherman James, Ph.D., Susan B. King Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University.

Title: “To Race with the World: John Henryism and the Health of Black Americans”

Date: Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Time: 10 – 11 a.m. ET

Location: WebEx Event

https://nih.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=nih&service=6

“*** Registration is required***

Event number: 182 874 0052

Event password: NIMHD

To register: Click the link above, enter the event number when prompted, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “register”, and finally enter your information on the registration page.

Few expressions of late 19th century Black folk culture better capture what this “race with the world” looks like than the legend of John Henry. Challenged by his White supervisor to race against a machine in an epic steel-driving contest, John Henry beat the machine but then dropped dead from complete exhaustion. The legend of John Henry gave rise to the concept of John Henryism defined as “repeated, high-effort coping with difficult social and economic stressors,” and by extension, to the John Henryism hypothesis which posits that, over time, such high-effort coping accelerates aging of the cardiovascular system, one key manifestation of which among Black Americans is the earlier onset – compared to White Americans – of high blood pressure. Dr. James will critically review findings from major tests of the hypothesis and comment on future research needs. The lecture will conclude with a discussion of how John Henryism research can inform national social and economic policies that include the reduction of racial health inequities.

Sherman A. James has held professorships in Sociology, Community and Family Medicine, and African and African American Studies at Duke University. Prior to Duke, he taught in the epidemiology departments at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1973-89) and at the University of Michigan (1989-03). At Michigan, he was the John P. Kirscht Collegiate Professor of Public Health, the Founding Director of the Center for Research on Ethnicity, Culture and Health, Chair of the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, and a Senior Research Scientist in the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research. James was elected to the National Academy of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences in 2000. He is a fellow of the American Epidemiological Society, the American College of Epidemiology, the American Heart Association, and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research. In 2016, he was inducted into the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences as the Mahatma Gandhi Fellow. In 2007-08, he served as president of the Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER). James received his PhD (Psychology) from Washington University in St. Louis (1973).

The purpose of the Health Disparities Interest Group is to advance knowledge and understanding about health equity and the health of racial/ethnic minority groups, persons residing in underserved urban/rural areas, sexual/gender minority groups, and those with poor health due to socioeconomic disadvantage.

For lecture questions, please email Dr. Harold Neighbors, Senior Scientific Advisor at harold.neighbors@nih.gov.

Individuals who need reasonable accommodation to participate, please contact Edgar Dews at least 2 days prior to the event at Edgar.Dews@nih.gov or the Federal Relay at 1-800-877-8339.


Call for Abstracts – Department of Surgery Research Conference

The 46th Annual Zollinger Visiting Professorship and 26th Annual Department of Surgery Research Conference will be held virtually on Thursday, May 13, 2021.  Postdoctoral researchers, graduate research associates, residents/fellows and medical students working in your labs are invited to submit one or more abstracts for consideration for presentation at the research conference.  Electronic copies of  abstracts (please use template shown below) may be submitted to my attention on or before Monday, March 1st.  Abstracts will be reviewed and presenting participants notified no later than Thursday, April 1st.  Late abstracts will not be accepted.

Please be aware that the DOS does not maintain a list of post-doc and graduate research associates working in our labs, so we ask that you please forward this email and the attached form to those individuals.

This year’s 46th Annual Robert M. Zollinger Visiting Professor is Martha A. Zeiger, MD, Director, Surgical Oncology Program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.  Additional details concerning the conference will be forwarded in the weeks ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Research Intensive Workshop

Join us June 3-4 for the Research Intensive Workshop offered virtually by the College of Nursing. Obtain CE credits while you improve your intervention research skills and learn how to earn more grant funding. Our experts are nationally renowned, seasoned NIH-funded researchers from disciplines including nursing, molecular biology and public health. In this workshop, the essential elements of designing, conducting, analyzing and funding intervention research will be taught in a user-friendly format.

Read more

Contact


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – January 31st to February 6th

Upcoming Presentations

February 10th – 3:30-4:15pm – Didactic Session presented by Amanda Gibbs from College of Medicine Grants Office

February 10th – 4:15-5:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Clara Lee, MD

February 17th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Samir Gadepalli, MD, MBA


Research Intensive Workshop

Join us June 3-4 for the Research Intensive Workshop offered virtually by the College of Nursing. Obtain CE credits while you improve your intervention research skills and learn how to earn more grant funding. Our experts are nationally renowned, seasoned NIH-funded researchers from disciplines including nursing, molecular biology and public health. In this workshop, the essential elements of designing, conducting, analyzing and funding intervention research will be taught in a user-friendly format.

Read more

Contact


Reviewer Training Webinar sponsored by SURGERY journal

For those who could not attend the Reviewer Training Webinar, the recorded session is available using the link and password below.

Session Link

Access Passcode: Rx%rgP%3


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – January 24th to 30th

Upcoming Presentations

January 27th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Tim Huerta, PhD, MS

February 10th – 3:30-4:15pm – Didactic Session presented by Amanda Gibbs from College of Medicine Grants Office

February 10th – 4:15-5:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Clara Lee, MD

February 17th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Samir Gadepalli, MD, MBA


 

 

We invite doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty to join us for a panel discussion and breakout sesions with National Institutes of Health program officers to learn critical strategies for finding and securing NIH funding. Learn about the diversity of research funded by NIH and how your own research may fit! Meet officers from NIMH, NIDDK, NIMHD, NHLBI, NIDA, and NIAID.

 

Please register by clicking here

 


Reviewer Training Webinar sponsored by SURGERY journal

For those who could not attend the Reviewer Training Webinar, the recorded session is available using the link and password below.

Session Link

Access Passcode: Rx%rgP%3


 

Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – January 17th to 23rd

Upcoming Presentations

January 27th – 3:30-4:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Robert Cronin, MD, MS

January 27th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Tim Huerta, PhD, MS

February 10th – 3:30-4:15pm – Didactic Session presented by OSU Grants Office

February 10th – 4:15-5:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Clara Lee, MD


Reviewer Training Webinar sponsored by SURGERY journal

For those who could not attend the Reviewer Training Webinar, the recorded session is available using the link and password below.

Session Link

Access Passcode: Rx%rgP%3


 

We invite doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty to join us for a panel discussion and breakout sesions with National Institutes of Health program officers to learn critical strategies for finding and securing NIH funding. Learn about the diversity of research funded by NIH and how your own research may fit! Meet officers from NIMH, NIDDK, NIMHD, NHLBI, NIDA, and NIAID.

 

Please register by clicking here

 


 

 

 

Save the Date: 2021 Health Disparities Research Institute

The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) will host the Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) virtually August 9-13, 2021. Applications will be accepted from February 1 – March 8, 2021! HDRI aims to support the research career development of promising early-career minority health and health disparities research scientists, and to stimulate research in disciplines supported by health disparities science.

The program will feature:

  • Lectures on minority health and health disparities research
  • Mock grant review
  • Seminars and small group discussions

Institute participants will also have the opportunity to engage in sessions with NIH scientific staff involved in health disparities research across the various NIH Institutes and Centers.

Please note that applications will only be accepted from extramural scientists who meet NIH’s Early Stage Investigator (ESI) eligibility criteria. NIH and HHS staff, including persons in fellowships/training at NIH or an HHS agency, are not eligible to apply.

Visit the HDRI webpage to learn more about the target audience, eligibility, selection criteria, and how to apply.

For questions or more information, email HDRI@nih.gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – January 10th to 16th

Upcoming Presentations

January 27th – 3:30-4:00pm – Works in Progress presented by Robert Cronin, MD, MS

January 27th – 4:00-5:00pm – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Tim Huerta, PhD, MS


 

We invite doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty to join us for a panel discussion and breakout sesions with National Institutes of Health program officers to learn critical strategies for finding and securing NIH funding. Learn about the diversity of research funded by NIH and how your own research may fit! Meet officers from NIMH, NIDDK, NIMHD, NHLBI, NIDA, and NIAID.

 

Please register by clicking here

 


 

 

 

Save the Date: 2021 Health Disparities Research Institute

The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) will host the Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) virtually August 9-13, 2021. Applications will be accepted from February 1 – March 8, 2021! HDRI aims to support the research career development of promising early-career minority health and health disparities research scientists, and to stimulate research in disciplines supported by health disparities science.

The program will feature:

  • Lectures on minority health and health disparities research
  • Mock grant review
  • Seminars and small group discussions

Institute participants will also have the opportunity to engage in sessions with NIH scientific staff involved in health disparities research across the various NIH Institutes and Centers.

Please note that applications will only be accepted from extramural scientists who meet NIH’s Early Stage Investigator (ESI) eligibility criteria. NIH and HHS staff, including persons in fellowships/training at NIH or an HHS agency, are not eligible to apply.

Visit the HDRI webpage to learn more about the target audience, eligibility, selection criteria, and how to apply.

For questions or more information, email HDRI@nih.gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – December 20th to 26th

Upcoming Presentations

January 6th, 2021 – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Eric Seiber, PhD


 

We invite doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty to join us for a panel discussion and breakout sesions with National Institutes of Health program officers to learn critical strategies for finding and securing NIH funding. Learn about the diversity of research funded by NIH and how your own research may fit! Meet officers from NIMH, NIDDK, NIMHD, NHLBI, NIDA, and NIAID.

 

Please register by clicking here

 


 

 

 

Save the Date: 2021 Health Disparities Research Institute

The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) will host the Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) virtually August 9-13, 2021. Applications will be accepted from February 1 – March 8, 2021! HDRI aims to support the research career development of promising early-career minority health and health disparities research scientists, and to stimulate research in disciplines supported by health disparities science.

The program will feature:

  • Lectures on minority health and health disparities research
  • Mock grant review
  • Seminars and small group discussions

Institute participants will also have the opportunity to engage in sessions with NIH scientific staff involved in health disparities research across the various NIH Institutes and Centers.

Please note that applications will only be accepted from extramural scientists who meet NIH’s Early Stage Investigator (ESI) eligibility criteria. NIH and HHS staff, including persons in fellowships/training at NIH or an HHS agency, are not eligible to apply.

Visit the HDRI webpage to learn more about the target audience, eligibility, selection criteria, and how to apply.

For questions or more information, email HDRI@nih.gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

Next Week in SHARP – December 13th to 19th

Upcoming Presentations

January 6th, 2021 – SHARP Grand Rounds presented by Eric Seiber, PhD


 

 

 

Save the Date: 2021 Health Disparities Research Institute

The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) will host the Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) virtually August 9-13, 2021. Applications will be accepted from February 1 – March 8, 2021! HDRI aims to support the research career development of promising early-career minority health and health disparities research scientists, and to stimulate research in disciplines supported by health disparities science.

The program will feature:

  • Lectures on minority health and health disparities research
  • Mock grant review
  • Seminars and small group discussions

Institute participants will also have the opportunity to engage in sessions with NIH scientific staff involved in health disparities research across the various NIH Institutes and Centers.

Please note that applications will only be accepted from extramural scientists who meet NIH’s Early Stage Investigator (ESI) eligibility criteria. NIH and HHS staff, including persons in fellowships/training at NIH or an HHS agency, are not eligible to apply.

Visit the HDRI webpage to learn more about the target audience, eligibility, selection criteria, and how to apply.

For questions or more information, email HDRI@nih.gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Grant Submissions- Process Flow

Be advised that both the COM and CCC Grants Management Office is more strictly enforcing grant submission timelines.

For COM investigators, your intention to submit a new proposal must be sent through the REDCap portal (link: https://redcap.osumc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=TYPT3ALFMN), but if fewer than 6 weeks remain before the deadline they may not be able to accommodate your application and will deny the submission. 

CCC applications should continue to be routed to the CCC Grants Office, by emailing an inquiry to Li.Zheng@osumc.edu


Are you contemplating working with a unpaid volunteer student?

SHARP can help you work out the logistics.  We can arrange for virtual access for OSU affiliates at no cost, and virtual access for non-OSU affiliates for a fee (to set up a virtual machine for them to remote to).

For more information, contact Judy M. Opalek, PhD (judy.opalek@osumc.edu)


SHARP Staff – Return to Campus

We are in the midst of our Return to Campus plan and you may be seeing us in the office more often. We need to adhere to the social distancing requirements in our shared space, and we will be working on modified schedules until a full return is feasible. All SHARP staff continue to be reachable by phone, email, and text, whether in the office or working remotely. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Please note that the SHARP staff are working 100% remotely at this time and are still fully available for virtual meetings and discussion.  We have nearly every normal tool at our disposal during this time and are only limited by face-to-face interactions and campus-based physical resources. If you have any questions or concerns—reach out!

 

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