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April 29 Webinar Breakthrough strategies to accelerate team research

  • 1.  April 29 Webinar Breakthrough strategies to accelerate team research

    Posted 15 days ago

    From: HIBAR Research Alliance <hibar.research.alliance@ubc.ca>
    Sent: Sunday, April 25, 2021 11:39 PM
    To: Ke Cao <kcao@wlu.ca>
    Subject: REMINDER: Join us for the April 29 HIBAR Research Alliance webinar

     

    Breakthrough strategies to accelerate team research

     

     

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    JOIN US FOR THE NEXT HIBAR RESEARCH ALLIANCE WEBINAR:

    Thursday, April 29, 2021

    1-2 pm PT (4-5 pm ET)

     

    In this session, we will hear from research leaders about complex and impactful projects, and advance a dialogue with them to investigate if their key insights are translatable to other research opportunities.

    The session will include several brief presentations, followed by a panel discussion:

    Deployment of a rapid, saliva-based testing program for SARS-CoV-2

    Dr. Richard Michelmore, University of California Davis

     

    Building the framework: Creating UC Davis COVID-19 research response

    Dr. Ana Lucia Cordova-Kreylos, University of California Davis

     

    Facilitating HIBAR Research through Coordinated Institutional Research Networks

    Dr. Randy Larsen, University of South Florida

     

    Using big data to fight COVID-19

    Dr. Sylvia Thomas, University of South Florida

     

    This event is hosted by UC Davis Office of Research. Click here for more event details.

    Registration is required.

    REGISTER HERE

     

    For more information about the HIBAR Research Alliance, visit www.hibar-research.org.

     

     

    Email sent to: kcao@wlu.ca

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    Ke Cao
    Assistant Professor
    Wilfrid Laurier University
    Waterloo ON
    Canada
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