Please join us for the next event in the Spring 2014 CHIP Lecture Series! “Women in Control: Virtual World Diabetes Self Management Education for African American Women with DM” Suzanne E. Mitchell, MD, MS Boston University School of Medicine Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:30 – 1:30pm Location The lecture will take place in […]
Register now! A free, full-day workshop on transdisciplinary obesity research, facilitated by three leading scientific experts from the NIH. Associated grant funding available.
Tuesday 4/29: Breaking Down Silos and Constructing Highly Effective, Competitive Transdisciplinary Research Teams
Register now! Faculty, researchers, and administrators from across UConn are invited to this presentation on developing and implementing trandisciplinary team science research initiatives.
Dr. Linda Pescatello will speak as part of the CHIP Lecture Series on Genomics & Health Behavior, then lead a brainstorming workshop with panelists from UConn and JAX Genomic Medicine.
Tuesday 5/6: Special Presentation by Tim Hunter on “Unique Collaborations: Digital Media and Health”
Tim Hunter will be presenting on the resources and expertise that the Digital Media Center is able to provide as well as possible research opportunities in private industry.
Learn the steps in developing a strong grant proposal in health behavior from NIH representatives and senior level UConn researchers. Attendees can apply for a year-long mentorship!
Please join us for the next event in the Spring 2014 CHIP Lecture Series! “Automated Health Counselors for Underserved Populations” Tim Bickmore, PhD – Northeastern University Thursday, April 10, 2014 12:30 – 1:30pm Location The lecture will take place in Video Conference Room 204 on the second floor of the Ryan Building at 2006 […]
CHIP Graduate Student Affiliate David Finitsis was featured in a story in UConn Today on March 12, 2014, titled, “The Health Benefits of Texting.” Together with his co-authors, psychology professor (and CHIP PI) Blair T. Johnson and Jennifer Pellowski, a graduate student in social psychology, Finitsis conducted a meta-analysis of eight randomized controlled trials that examined the effects of […]
Please join us for the first lecture in the new CHIP Lecture Series on Genomics and Health Behavior! “Genetic Testing and Proactive Management of Familial Melanoma Risk” Lisa Aspinwall, PhD University of Utah Thursday, April 3, 2014 12:30 – 1:30pm Locations: Storrs and UCHC STORRS: The lecture will take place on the […]
This application is being submitted in response to RFA-MH-14-140 (R01): “Revision Applications for Research on Assessing the Role of Stigma in HIV Prevention and Care.” The proposed project will examine the role of stigma as a social-structural barrier to accessing STI/HIV treatment and retention in care among African American men who have sex with men […]