What's New

2021
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DRC Virtual Seminar Series
Upcoming Seminar: GLP-1RA physiology and pharmacology, Wednesday November 10 2021 1pm CT. This seminar series is organized by the NIDDK-funded Diabetes Research Centers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Columbia University, Joslin Diabetes Center, Indiana University, Stanford University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, UCSD/UCLA, UCSF, the University of Chicago, the University of Colorado, the University of Michigan, the University of Washington, Vanderbilt University, Washington University, Yale University, and in Carolina.
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HIRN Webinar: Elucidating the Endocrine-Exocrine Communication Axis in the Pancreas: Implications for Disease The Human Islet Research Network will be hosting a webinar: Elucidating the Endocrine-Exocrine Communication Axis in the Pancreas: Implications for Disease, Presented by Raghu Mirmira, University of Chicago, Kyle Gaulton, University of California, San Diego, Martha Campbell-Thompson, University of Florida, Manami Hara, University of Chicago, Andy Norris, University of Iowa, Thursday October 21, 2021, 2pm Eastern.
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HIRN Webinar: Introduction to the HIRN Human Pancreas Analysis Program (HPAP): Real World Examples of Successful Data Analyses The Human Islet Research Network will be hosting a webinar: Introduction to the HIRN Human Pancreas Analysis Program (HPAP): Real World Examples of Successful Data Analyses, Thursday September 9 2021 2pm Eastern, to highlight advancements of the network.
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HIRN Webinar: Bridging the Gap: Pancreas Tissue Slices From Organ and Tissue Donors for the Study of Diabetes Pathogenesis The Human Islet Research Enhancement Center (HIREC) will be hosting a webinar: Bridging the Gap: Pancreas Tissue Slices From Organ and Tissue Donors for the Study of Diabetes Pathogenesis, Thursday July 22 2021 1pm Eastern, to highlight advancements of the network. The goal of this public webinar is to share HIRN advancements with the scientific community.
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HIRN Webinar: Exploring Humanized Mouse Models For Diabetes Research and Beyond The Human Islet Research Enhancement Center (HIREC) will be hosting a webinar Exploring Humanized Mouse Models For Diabetes Research and Beyond, Thursday June 24 2021 2pm Eastern, to highlight advancements of the network. The goal of this public webinar is to share HIRN advancements with the scientific community.
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NIDDK Medical Student Program Lectures: Summer 2021 Lectures from the NIDDK Medical Student Research Program in Diabetes and Obesity 2021
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NIDDK Program Director for Integrative Physiology of Human Diabetes A scientist with strong managerial, communications and interpersonal skills, and experience in integrative physiology relevant to diabetes, is sought for the position of Program Director for Integrative Physiology.
Stanford Academic Endocrinologists Faculty Positions The Division of Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine invites applicants for two full-time faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor in either the Medical Center Line or University Tenure Line.
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HIRN Webinar: From Donation to Automation: The Ins and Outs of High-Throughput Islet Cell Culture The Human Islet Research Enhancement Center (HIREC) will be hosting a webinar From Donation to Automation: The Ins and Outs of High-Throughput Islet Cell Culture, Wednesday April 28 2021 2pm Eastern, to highlight HIRN advancements with the scientific community.
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Request for Information: Challenges and Opportunities in Understanding Cellular Senescence and Senolytics The NIH has published three RFAs (RFA-RM-21-008; RFA-RM-21-009; RFA-RM-21-010) in January 2021 to develop 3D cellular senescence maps of healthy human tissues and to develop novel tools and technologies to address the role of senescent cells in human health and disease. As part of the initial planning process, we are requesting input from the scientific community on the challenges in this field that can best be addressed through a concerted and coordinated effort.
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dkNET Summer of Data - Student Internship Program The 2021 dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship Program provides students an opportunity to utilize the dkNET tools and resources in a research project. Don't miss this opportunity to refine practices in rigor and reproducibility. Students will learn the basics of good data management by following the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data principles! dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship Flyer.
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Research Opportunity Announcement OTA-21-015B Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Initiative: SARS-CoV-2 Recovery Cohort Studies This Research Opportunity Announcement (ROA) OTA-21-015B focuses on three research study areas: Clinical Recovery Cohort Studies, Autopsy Cohort Studies, and EHR- and Other Real-World Data-based Studies. Applicants may apply for one, two, or all three of these components as described in this ROA.