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NIH Directors Emergency Transformative Research Award Webinar

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NIH Director’s Emergency Transformative Research Award Webinar Speakers include; Jason Shepherd, PhD, Associate Professor, Neurobiology and Anatomy, 2019 awardee of NIH Director’s Transformative Research award. Michael Kay, MD, PhD, Professor, Biochemistry Kami McNeill, BS, Director, Research and Science, Pre- Award Office, Senior Vice President for Health Sciences Research Unit

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COVID-19 Research Operations Update from the VPR

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As a reminder, University of Utah’s onsite research is still restricted to “Limited Research Activities” ONLY while the U remains in the Orange Phase, (see the Research Alert Levels table for more information.) As the number of positive Coronavirus cases increases in Utah, we strongly urge our research community to remain diligent in all hygiene and protective efforts, and practice caution with all onsite research activities.

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A Conversation on Race and Racism Systemic Livestream Link

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Racism continues to plague the United States and threaten the very lives of Americans. We only need to look at the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery to see that this remains true today. In response to recent events, Dean Martell Teasley from the College of Social Work, Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner from the S.J. Quinney College of Law, and others have hosted a recorded livestream discussion of The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin and The Fire This Time by Jesmyn Ward.

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UMail, Microsoft security upgrades will affect the U of U community starting mid-July

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The University of Utah will begin implementing security upgrades to help prevent phishing-related unauthorized access to university email accounts. Starting in mid-July, 2020, the U will begin implementing Microsoft modern authentication and, in a phased approach, two-factor authentication (2FA) for UMail and university-licensed Microsoft applications. This is a major change for the

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CCTS Peer Grant Review Program

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The Utah Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) is now accepting research proposals for pre-submission peer review. The program accepts proposals from investigators conducting research at any point along the translational science spectrum aiming to improve the health of

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Last Updated: 6/17/20