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June Frontiers Roadshow

Date/Time: Jun 12, 2023, 09:00 AM to Jun 12, 2023, 10:00 AM

Location: via Zoom


Want to learn more about what Frontiers has to offer? Join mPIs Mario Castro and Steve Leeder as they discuss Frontiers resources, services and funding opportunities. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions. 

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Jun 05 09:00 AM • In-person and Virtual Genomics Education Opportunity The Genomic Medicine Center is excited to announce registration is open for the upcoming Genomic Medicine Short course. Next generation sequencing has had a profound impact on biomedical research. Clinicians and scientists seeking to stay abreast of the field may be challenged by the rapid rate of genomic discovery and technologic advancement. The Genomic Medicine Center, with support of the NIH, offers a four-day educational program in translational genomics. Topics covered in the course include technical and analytic aspects of DNA and RNA sequencing, variant interpretation, gene regulation and epigenetics, and clinical and ethical implications of genomics. The course also features multiple hands-on workshops to teach NGS analysis skills, with an opportunity for course participants to have genomic sequencing completed on themselves. Participants can use the resultant data file as they learn variant identification and characterization. This strategy, known as Personalized Genomic Educational Testing (PGET) is optional and provided at no additional cost. The course will be held June 5-8, 2023, with both in-person and virtual attendance options. CME/CEU available. Residents, fellows and early career faculty within 5 years of their terminal degree may apply for a Young Investigator Award to offset registration; support to cover registration for a limited number of investigators from Frontiers partner institutions is also available.  Please email genomicmedicinecourse@cmh.edu for additional details. Jun 05 11:00 AM • Virtually via Zoom READI for Change: From Consultations to a Challenge Series – Integrating Multimedia, Interdisciplinary Approaches for EADI Awareness and Implementation in Clinical Trial Program Development Join the Trial Innovation Network's webinar with speakers Gelise Thomas, JD, MS and Clara Pelfrey, Ph.D. Both spoke at Frontiers Research Symposium and Pelfrey is a member of Frontiers External Advisory Committee.  Jun 12 09:00 AM • via Zoom June Frontiers Roadshow Want to learn more about what Frontiers has to offer? Join mPIs Mario Castro and Steve Leeder as they discuss Frontiers resources, services and funding opportunities. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions.  Register Today!  Jun 15 04:00 PM • Zoom Frontiers Informatics Meetup Informatics provides capabilities and expertise for clinical investigators/researchers and other health professionals in software engineering, data warehousing, integrating research and recruitment within Epic, data management and administration of clinical trial and electronic data capture systems. Frontiers works with internal and external partners for consultation, training and access to tools enabling research data collection.  Speakers Needed! We are currently looking for speakers at our next Frontiers Informatics Meetup and would be honored if you would like to sign up to give a presentation. If you are interested in presenting, please sign up to give a presentation. https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=ETHDMC9EWY9MEXFD Send your biography information to dataconcierge@kumc.edu  Please register to attend at each Frontiers Informatics Meetup https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=ARKHD8MND9   Jun 16 11:00 AM • Virtual June 2023 Open Forum on Biostatistics The Open Forum on Biostatistics is a service provided by the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) function of Frontiers, our institutions Clinical and Translational Science Institute.  The purpose of this forum is to provide investigators with an opportunity to ask questions related to BERD topic areas.  These may relate to research and training, and the forum provides a new avenue to connect with colleagues in support of the research and education missions of the BERD function of Frontiers.  This meeting is open to staff and faculty from all Frontiers Partner Institutions. This forum will be hosted by Drs. Jonathan Mahnken, Jianghua (Wendy) He, and Hung-Wen (Henry) Yeh, co-leads of the BERD function of Frontiers. Jun 21 11:00 AM • Virtually via Zoom Effectively Measuring Trust and Trustworthiness in Research Among Minoritized Racial and Ethnic Groups Join the Trial Innovation Network's webinar with presenter Consuelo H. Wilkins, M.D., MSCI and Frontiers External Adivosry Committee member.  Jun 22 12:00 PM • Virtual Research and Discovery Grand Rounds: Greater Plains Collaborative Reusable Observable University Study Environment (GROUSE) Greater Plains Collaborative Reusable Observable University Study Environment (GROUSE) is a Greater Plains Collaborative project to obtain health insurance claims from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services through the Research Data Assistance Center at the University of Minnesota. Join Russ Waitman, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair of Informatics, Department of Health Management and Informatics, and Director of the Center for Health Insights at the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Medicine to learn more including augmentations, future use cases and practical examples of applications in progress. Jul 20 03:00 PM • Zoom and Kaufman Foundation Conference Center Innovations in Quality Forum: Role of Data in the Evolution of Healthcare Innovations in Quality Forums (formerly KC QVIC Forums) aer being hosted in a hybrid environment in 2023.  Join us on July 20 as we discuss the Role of Data in the Evolution of Healthcare from 3 - 4:30 p.m.  Please register if you plan to attend.  Jul 21 11:00 AM • Virtual July 2023 Open Forum on Biostatistics The Open Forum on Biostatistics is a service provided by the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) function of Frontiers, our institutions Clinical and Translational Science Institute.  The purpose of this forum is to provide investigators with an opportunity to ask questions related to BERD topic areas.  These may relate to research and training, and the forum provides a new avenue to connect with colleagues in support of the research and education missions of the BERD function of Frontiers.  This meeting is open to staff and faculty from all Frontiers Partner Institutions. This forum will be hosted by Drs. Jonathan Mahnken, Jianghua (Wendy) He, and Hung-Wen (Henry) Yeh, co-leads of the BERD function of Frontiers. Jul 25 04:30 PM • Children's Mercy Research Institute, Conference Room 3 Summer Implementation Science Quarterly Meeting Join us for a great networking opportunity!   Email Maggie Padek Kalman to sign-up and recieve the meeting invite. Jul 27 12:00 PM • Virtual Conducting Clinical Trials and the FDA In this Research & Discovery Grand Rounds, Anne E. Johnson, Program Division Director of the Office of Bioresearch Monitoring Operations, Division 1 within the Office of Regulatory Affairs in the Food and Drug Administration will discuss conducting clinical trials with the FDA. Ms. Johnson directs field inspectional operations covering FDA-regulated clinical and non-clinical research, post-marketing pharmacovigilance and select pre-approval programs. Aug 24 12:00 PM • Virtual Unpacking differences and similarities between improvement and implementation: Science and practice in each The terms implementation science/implementation practice and quality improvement/improvement science are often used somewhat interchangeably, but also often seen as oppositional or adversarial. In this talk, Anne Sales, Ph.D., RN, Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, will discuss the differing histories and traditions of the two fields, and focus on what aspects are shared, and which present real differences that may matter, both for practice and for research. Sep 21 03:00 PM • Zoom and Kaufman Foundation Conference Center Innovations in Quality Forum: Novel Strategies to Incentivize Value-based Care Innovations in Quality Forums are being hosted in a hybrid environment in 2023.  Join us on Sept. 21 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. as we discuss Novel Strategies to Incentivize Value-based Care.  Please register if you plan to attend.  Nov 16 03:00 PM • Zoom and Kaufman Foundation Conference Center Innovations in Quality Forums: Promising Regional Strategies to Achieve Health Equity Innovations in Quality Forum will discuss Promising Regional Strategies to Achieve Health Equity on Nov. 16 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. CT. Events are being hosted in a hybrid environment in 2023.  Please register if you plan to attend.  Dec 14 03:00 PM • Zoom and Kaufman Foundation Conference Center Innovations in Quality Forum: Regional Quality Improvement Innovations in Quality Forum on Dec. 14 will discuss Regional Quality Improvement: Current Results from the Healthcare Institute for Innovations in Quality from 3 - 4:30 p.m. CT. Events are being held in a hybrind environment in 2023.  Please register if you plan to attend. 
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