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The Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship (ONRS) will kick off the first in a series of noon research seminars. On Thursday, Sept. 5. at noon in Weaver-Densford, room 6-194, Dr. Ulf Bronas, will present an "Overview of Opportunities Available through the SoN Laboratory of Clinical Physiology." Dr. Bronas is an exercise and applied physiology researcher who currently collaborates on six grant projects relating to how exercise impacts and improves the health of persons with multiple or chronic conditions.


On Oct. 2, 2013 at noon in WDH 6-108, join UMN Health Sciences Librarian Jim Beattie and Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA) training coordinator Frances Spalding for an overview of two grant management tools: MyNCBI and the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR). The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) hosts a variety of database resources including PubMed. MyNCBI is a tool that saves searches and citations into a customized "My Bibliography" bookshelf that makes it easier to comply with Public Access Policy requirements. The RPPR is a module in the eRA Commons to submit required progress reports on NIH-funded grant projects.

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