Jan Nisbet, Senior Vice Provost for Research, has announced that three new research centers will be established to position UNH to help lead the country in areas of national importance. The new centers will be:
Prevention Innovations: Research and Practice for Ending Violence Against Women Research Center,
Center for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Innovations,
UNH Center for...
Training Module: A new online training module is now available on the UNH Research Office’s HIPAA page. (Many thanks to Ben Powers in Research Computing for his patient and cheerful assistance!) The online training module provides a general overview of the HIPAA regulations, and is designed to assist faculty, staff and students with acquiring a basic level of understanding of HIPAA. The...
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is committed to an X-Ray Protection Program (XPP) of the highest quality and to full and complete compliance with all relevant requirements in the State of New Hampshire Rules For The Control Of Radiation. As part of this commitment, the UNH Radiation Safety Committee recently approved an XPP for the campus.
The Program is designed to control operations...
Lab safety took a zany, soggy turn Tuesday, when the Environmental Research Group tapped Nancy Kinner, professor of civil and environmental engineering, for a hands-on demonstration of the emergency shower in their Gregg Hall lab.
A new biosketch format will be required for NIH applications submitted on or after January 25, 2015 (NOT-OD-15-024).
Page limit extended to five pages
Allows researchers to describe up to 5 of their most significant contributions to science, along with the historical background that framed their research.
Investigators can outline the central findings of prior work and the...