Virtual T1 to T4 in 3 (Minutes) Challenge
This virtual challenge highlights multidisciplinary UT Health San Antonio research projects that fall within the spectrum of translational science. Presenters share their research in three minutes to a live, mixed audience of community members, students and faculty utilizing language and concepts that are easy to understand – with one slide.
Event date and time: July 7, 2021 at 9:00-11:00 a.m. Location: Virtual event
Why share research findings?:
Events like this are opportunities to engage with the community and other disciplines to help increase the reach, effectiveness, uptake and implementation of health research.
Presenters – All health research topics are welcome.
Category 1: Community members who have partnered with a UT Health San Antonio investigator (PI) on a community-engaged health research project.
Category 2: UT Health San Antonio translational science students and KL2 scholars and TL1 trainees.
Audience – Community members, faculty, staff and students are welcome!
Travel Award Prizes:
Each category will compete separately for: First place – $750 | Second place – $500 | Third place – $250
Interested presenters, register and submit a presentation title by June 24, 2021. Registration is free, but space is limited.
For more information:
Community Members: IIMS-CE@uthscsa.edu
TS students and trainees: email@example.com
The Community Engagement Team at the Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) at UT Health San Antonio works to provide infrastructure support for research to enhance community responsiveness, research relevance, scientific value and overall public health impact.
The mission of the Office of Research Education and Mentoring is to support and develop robust Translational Science Educational, Career Development and Degreed Certificate programs. Our programs are developed with the intent to further enhance the capabilities of students, staff and faculty members at our institution in the exciting field of Translational Science.
This event is made possible with funds from the National Center for Translational Science, National Institutes of Health, through Grant UL1 TR002645. The content shared during this event does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.