The Cancer Center Planning Meeting was designed to foster dialogue and interaction among its membership and was open to all members of the campus community.
The Division of Biomedical Sciences (DBS) and the Carle Research Institute are partnering to support pre-clinical and clinical research at the Biomedical Research Center (BRC) in Urbana.
An overview of DBS' four functions: Multi-Investigator Grant Support, Clinical Study Initiation and Oversight, Research Communities Development, and Faculty Development.
A list of seminars that took place in Fall 2012 along with presentation summaries and Powerpoints. Also, a list of upcoming Faculty Development opportunities.
The Division of Biomedical Sciences is documenting historical research achievements at the University of Illinois relating to the health and science fields.
The Neuroscience Program (NSP) at Illinois has had many successes throughout 2012 and prepares for another exciting year.
Campus researchers looking to translate laboratory-based research into clinical experimentation and use now have access to resources and tools designed to help navigate campus and federal regulatory environments and enhance transdisciplinary collaboration and external partnershipsall in one, convenient website.
Dr. Dougherty seeks to strengthen ties with the University and improve Illinois researchers' access to Carle physicians and clinical information.
Many accomplishments throughout the 2011-2012 academic school year aid in the growth of the cancer research community on campus.
Join us February 2, 2012, as our Mayo Illinois Alliance partners come to campus to provide an overview of the Mayo Center for Individualized Medicine (CIM) and explore opportunities for collaboration.
24 Urbana researchers join the University of Illinois Cancer Center and collaborate with faculty at UIC who share research interests and a commitment to reducing the burden of cancer on the people of Illinois and beyond.
DBS implements new research networking software that facilitates collaboration among campus biomedical researchers.
The Landscape Seminar Series 2011-2012 aims to acquaint junior faculty, postdocs, and graduate students with the range of public and private funders who support health science research and the application and award process associated with the various agencies.
The Carle Tissue Procurement Services, now located in the Biomedical Research Center at Mills Cancer Institute, expands its tissue acquisition services and streamlines request and approval processes.