ICTS

ICTS Promoted Events

Section 1

DEC 2020

7

Mon

Stata Lunchtime Series: Survival Analysis 1/2

SA 1: Introduce concepts and jargon of survival analysis including time-to-event data, different kinds of censoring, as well as graphical, nonparametric, semi-parametric, and parametric methods for modeling survival data. SA 2: Advanced topics such as Cox regression with categorical and continuous time-varying covariates, shared-frailty models, multilevel parametric survival analysis, survival analysis in the context of structural equation models (SEM), and competing risks regression are discussed.


NOV 2020

19

Thu

Health Disparities and COVID-19 Across the Life Span: Biological and Social Determinants of Health

The Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute Center for Life Course and Vulnerable Population Research invites you to participate in a health disparities and COVID-19 symposium.


NOV 2020

17

Tue

Archiving and Publishing Your Data with Dryad

Dryad is an open data publishing platform that allows UC Irvine researchers to archive and publish their data for free. Join the workshop to learn how to use Dryad to share research data for re-use and to meet journal and funder data accessibility requirements. The workshop will also cover how to prepare data and documentation for archiving and to enable research reproducibility.


NOV 2020

9

Mon

Stata Lunchtime Series: Multilevel/Longitudinal Modeling

Introduce the concepts and jargon of multilevel modeling for nested and longitudinal data. Demonstrate how to fit multilevel/longitudinal models using Stata's -mixed- command, and how to visualize the results using Stata's -predict-, -twoway-, -margins-, and -marginsplot- commands. The 90 minute version of this talk includes a brief introduction to other Stata commands that can be used to fit multilevel models for binary, categorical, count, and survival data as well as multilevel structural equation models (SEMs).


OCT 2020

28

Wed

Changing Publication Practices in the COVID-19 Era

Join us for the Virtual Workshop organized by the Friends of the National Library of Medicine (FNLM).During the current pandemic, the need for acceleration of impactful scientific publication has greatly increased. This Virtual Workshop will provide a forum for presentations and discussions around the latest trends of acceptable and effective scientific publication, storing research data for reuse, and most up-to-date electronic dissemination services in life sciences.


PREVIOUS EVENTS

OCT 2020

16

Fri

Regulatory Science Virtual Symposium: Diversity in Clinical Trials in the Time of COVID-19

The USC International Center for Regulatory Science in partnership with the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the Greater Los Angeles CTSA Consortium look forward to welcoming you to the Fall 2020 Regulatory Science Virtual Symposium


OCT 2020

15

Thu

LAMP Seminar

Topic: Optical Detection of Rare Space Time Events for Precision Medicine
Speaker: Per Niklas Hedde, PhD; University of California, Irvine – Pharmaceutical Sciences, Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics


OCT 2020

13

Tue

Creating a Data Management Plan with the DMP Tool

Need to create a data management plan (DMP) to meet funder requirements? This workshop introduces the DMPTool, an online resource that assists researchers in creating DMPs. Learn step by step the features of the DMPTool, including templates and the quick start guide.


OCT 2020

7

Wed

NSF I-Corps Orientation

NSF I-Corps is a complimentary boot camp for graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to learn how to take their research from the lab to the marketplace. The purpose of the orientation for I-Corps @ UCI Applied Innovation is to give you an overview about the I-Corps program and to provide you with knowledge to help you with your assignments due on the first day of class.


SEP 2020

25

Fri

Southern California AI and Biomedicine Symposium 2020

Southern California AI and Biomedicine Symposium 2020 will be held virtually. You must register to attend the free virtual symposium. Instructions on how to participate in the symposium will be emailed a week in advance of the event. For questions and event details, please contact Ms. Janet Ko at jko@uci.edu.


SEP 2020

17

Thu

UCI Public Health: Lunchtime Lectures

Topic: The Burden of COVID-19 on Pacific Islander Communities
Speaker: Dr. Brittany Morey; Assistant Professor, Program in Public Health


SEP 2020

16

Wed

Science Communication Skills for STEM Scientists with Sandra Tsing Loh

Communicating your research clearly, concisely and vividly is a crucial professional skill for today's scientists. Telling your story to corporate leaders, government officials, and the public at large can influence policy, ignite funding and inspire passion. This webinar will addresses the nuts and bolts of communication skills for scientists.


SEP 2020

14-15

Mon-Tue

CIRM 2020 Grantee Meeting

Join to hear some of the leading stem cell scientists in the world talk about their research – being done right here in California - and the progress being made in developing new treatments, and even cures, for deadly diseases and disorders.