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Research Nexus: Sharing Data Across Communities

Better research through better thinking

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12:00 p.m. Arizona - Mesquite

1:00 p.m. Missouri - G357

February 12, 2020

Part 2 of 2 part series: Where we are going

ATSRI Center Directors

Brian Degenhardt, DO

Eric Snider, DO

Ann Spolarich, PhD

Joan Davis, PhD

Joy Lewis, DO, PhD

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For information on future programs or presenting, contact:

Jessica Corrick, MHA

 jessicacorrick@atsu.edu

 

Debosree Roy, PhD

 debosreeroy@atsu.edu

About

The Research Nexus program is returning in 2020!

Research Nexus is a program sponsored by the A.T. Still Research Institute that showcases and encourages ATSU research. Research Nexus is a climate of inter-professional development: providing opportunities for learning about research designs and tools in health sciences and health education research, and a platform for building scientific collaborations across health care disciplines. Research Nexus is for all interested faculty and staff to develop their research interests in a safe space of mutual respect, encouragement, and support. 

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Research Nexus Community

Learn terms from experimental and statistical disciplines. Check out the general Research Nexus terms chart and browse subject-specific flashcards!

Please let us know if there are any terms you'd like to see defined and we will add them to our list!

Join the ATSU Research Nexus Google Group today! Keep the discussions going after each Research Nexus session, share ideas and articles, or ask your colleagues questions!