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Taller de escritura de propuestas de investigación (tipo K o R) en neurociencia

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Favor de diseminar entre investigadores a nivel postdoctoral o a nivel de facultad que pertenecen a grupos minoritarios y que desean someter una propuesta de desarrollo profesional (tipo K) o de investigación (tipo R) relacionada a temas de neurociencia en los próximos dos años. ¡Esta es una excelente oportunidad de recibir entrenamiento en la escritura de propuestas de representantes del NIH!

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NIH releases comprehensive new data outlining Hispanic/Latino health and habits

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For Immediate Release: Monday, February 24, 2014

 

A comprehensive health and lifestyle analysis of people from a range of Hispanic/ Latino origins shows that this segment of the U.S. population is diverse, not only in ancestry, culture, and economic status, but also in the prevalence of several diseases, risk factors, and lifestyle habits.

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The NIA Butler-Williams Scholars Program for research in aging

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The NIA Butler-Williams Scholars Program (formerly Summer Institute on Aging Research) is accepting applications for an intensive introduction to aging research. This workshop for investigators new to aging research is focused on the breadth of research supported by the National Institute on Aging, including basic biology, neuroscience, behavioral and social research, geriatrics and clinical gerontology.

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Puerto Rican contribution to genetics study

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This is the firts article in a serie about human genetics.

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Eating sh** (about the microbiome)

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Manuel Martínez Maldonado

This article summarizes the scientific data about how the microbiome can be a treatment for digestive bacteria.

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Federal shutdown has affected research at the UPR

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Némesis Mora

The shutdwon of the federal governement had affected research conducted at the University of Puerto Rico and the Medical Sciences Campus. The federal governement was re-opnened on Thursday, October 17th and the federal agencies are sending out guidelines about the next steps for the affected grantees.

 

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NIH funds cancer research at the UPR

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The University of Puerto Rico will receive 7.5 million dollars from the NIH until 2018 to conduct research in cancer.

 

 

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UPR Investigator among 2013 NIH High Risk-High Reward Research Awardees

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Join the NIH for the “Transforming Diversity in Research Training” interactive sessions!

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The NIH Common Fund’s “Enhancing the Diversity of the NIH-Funded Workforce” program seeks innovative and transformative approaches to student engagement, research training, and mentoring of students and trainees.

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Research and mentoring programs support chemistry undergrads In Puerto Rico

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Born in the mountainous central region of Puerto Rico, Johary Rivera-Meléndez was inspired to study chemistry through the urging of her high school chemistry teacher in Orocovis. However, after being accepted at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, it was the support she received from her professors that helped her keep that dream alive. “It has not been an easy journey, but I have had amazing people around me who have motivated me to keep on going,” says Rivera-Meléndez, who is pursuing a Ph.D.

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