The College of Health is among the largest of the colleges and schools at the University of Utah with 2500 undergraduate students, and 600 graduate students. The college offers 18 BA/BS degree emphases, 16 master’s degree programs, three clinical doctorates, and five PhD programs. This combination of graduate degrees, professional programs, and undergraduate majors uniquely positions the College of Health to contribute to the clinical and research missions of the University and state communities by implementing cutting-edge, high impact educational practices on campus.
The Clinical Research Compliance and Education (CRCE) Office is a core team within Compliance Services at the University of Utah. The CRCE team facilitates processes, provides training and education, and engages in oversight activities designed to ensure that clinical services associated with human subjects research are charged to the correct party, that claims submitted to government health care programs comply with the requirements of the applicable program, and that human subjects research complies with expectations imposed by the federal Food and Drug Administration.
Recursion and the U’s Center for Technology & Venture Commercialization (TVC) have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore the launch, programming and management of an incubator for life science and technology startups. The incubator will be located in Recursion’s former Research Park offices (630 S. Komas Drive). The 14,500-square-foot facility includes 5,000 square feet of wet labs, offices, co-working space, and multi-function rooms
Website developers using Drupal should be aware that the company recently issued an advisory about a highly critical remote code execution flaw in the Drupal core that can lead to arbitrary PHP code execution.
Oracle is changing the cost model for their Java products and support. While historically their Java products and support have been free, in the near future the company will begin charging fees for licensing, support, and maintenance of their implementations of Java. This will affect past, current, and future releases.