GURU program still accepting applications

The Utah Center for Excellence in ELSI Research (UCEER) is seeking applicants for GURU, an NIH-funded, one-of-a-kind program designed to give U students who identify as having a disability (visible or invisible) the opportunity to join a research team that investigates the ethical, legal, and social implications of genomic science and genomic medicine. We support students and faculty from the Colleges of Medicine, Law, Humanities, Education, Nursing, Fine Arts, Health, Engineering, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. 


For any questions, please contact Jim Tabery, james.tabery@utah.edu, 801-581-8362.

CSBS Research Day – April 16th

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2019 CSBS Student Research Day

Tuesday, April, 16, 2019
12-3 PM 
Gardner Commons, Third Floor

Both graduate and undergraduate students in the college will be given the opportunity to showcase original research projects using poster presentations, and family and friends are encouraged to attend as well. A panel of faculty judges will evaluate the projects. Student researchers are expected to be in attendance during the main exhibition period on April 16th from 12:00-3:00 PM* (Awards ceremony to follow in GC 2660).  

Three cash prizes will be awarded for best posters in each of the graduate research and undergraduate research categories. The Student Choice Award will be given out to the student whose poster receives the most votes during the main exhibition period.

First Prize: $250
Second Prize: $150
Third Prize: $100
Student Choice Award: $100

For more information, please see: https://csbs.utah.edu/students/srd-2019.php