Research Nexus

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​Research Nexus is a program sponsored by the A.T. Still Research Institute that showcases and encourages ATSU research. Research Nexus is a climate of inter-professional development: providing opportunities for learning about research designs and tools in health sciences and health education research, and a platform for building scientific collaborations across health care disciplines. Research Nexus is for all interested faculty and staff to develop their research interests in a safe space of mutual respect, encouragement, and support.

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Research Nexus Community

Learn terms from experimental and statistical disciplines. Check out the general Research Nexus terms chart and browse subject-specific flashcards!

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Future programs

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May
19
Sept
23
Research Nexus
Institutional Review Board Q&A | Brigit Ciccarello and Curt Bay
Thursday, September 23
Oct
13
Research Nexus
Research Data Management - Library | Adrienne Brodie
Wednesday, October 13
Oct
28
Research Nexus
Sponsored Programs - Overview | Devorah Clay and Kathy Rushlo
Thursday, October 28
Nov
10
Research Nexus
Manuscript Writing - Best Practices | Deb Goggin
Wednesday, November 10
Nov
13
Research Nexus
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium
Saturday, November 13 at 10am CT
Nov
18
Research Nexus
Sponsored Programs - Proposal Development | Deborah Clay and Kathy Rushlo
Thursday, November 18
Dec
8
Research Nexus
Intermediate/Advanced Literature Search - Library | Laura Lipke and Hal Bright/Adrienne Brodie
Wednesday, December 8

For information on future programs or presenting, contact:

Jessica Corrick, MHA
jessicacorrick@atsu.edu

Debosree Roy, PhD
debosreeroy@atsu.edu