The clinical research enterprise at the University of Utah focuses efforts to ensure that we are competitive and compliant. The future of clinical research must consider new policies from the NIH, new regulations released by the federal government, and changes in funding and technology opportunities. Please join fellow researchers, leaders and administrators as we prepare for future challenges and opportunities in clinical research.
The Immunology, Inflammation, and Infectious Disease (3i) Initiative will be hosting its second spring symposium on April 26th, 2019 at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The event will run from 9am-7pm and include talks from eight UofU researchers and an evening poster session/reception.
Personalized medicine promises to deliver the right treatment to the right patient at the right price. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have the potential to accelerate discoveries and the implementation of personalized medicine. To maximize the potential of AI and ML, researchers and healthcare providers will need to obtain data from large patient cohorts and apply the latest AI and ML algorithms and techniques.
The Undergraduate Research Symposium provides an opportunity for students to present their work in a scholarly setting to students, faculty and other members of the University of Utah community. Undergraduate students from all disciplines are invited to present their research and creative work.
The 2019 Translational Medicine Symposium will address how clinicians’ ideas and research results can have an impact on patient care—if they are translated into clinical practice. Clinician innovators and entrepreneurs will share their experiences, and panels of experts in Diagnostics, Therapeutics, and Medical Devices will discuss opportunities, barriers, and steps to creating impactful healthcare innovations.