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During 2008, Columbia University School of Nursing received 14 new sponsored projects totaling over $8.8 million. CUSON currently has a total of 36 active sponsored projects with a funding total of over $30 million. CUSON's active sponsored projects portfolio as of 11/7/08 includes: Research Projects 5 NIH R01s (Research Project Grants) 1 NIH P20 (Exploratory Center Grant) 1 NIH P30 (Center Core Grant with 4 pilot projects) 5 NIH R21s (Exploratory Studies) 3 NIH R03s (Feasibility/Pilot Studies) 3 CDC Cooperative Agreements 1 NIH CTSA Planning Grants 3 Foundation-supported Research Grants Training / Education Projects 1 NIH ...
with the aim of creating, replacing, improving or understanding information systems. Information science is often (mistakenly) considered a branch of computer science . However, it is actually a broad, interdisciplinary field, incorporating not only aspects of computer science, but often diverse fields such as archival science , cognitive science , commerce , communications , law , library science , museology , management , mathematics , philosophy , public policy , and the social sciences . Information science focuses on understanding problems from the perspective of the stakeholders involved and then applying information and ...
CIKM 2010 Industry Track 2010 : CIKM 2010 - Industry Track
The 19th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management ACM CIKM 2010 Toronto, Canada, October 26-30, 2010 Sponsored by: ACM SIGIR, SIGWEB and SIGKDD ############################################################################# The Industry Track of the 19th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2010) will bring together researchers and practitioners, providing a venue to showcase successful and innovative use of information and knowledge management technologies by industry, government, and non-profit organizations. Industry track papers may ... market research, surveys and trends
CoERI, the Centre that Community Informatics Built (and now they ...
at the University of Malaysia, Kuching (they also hosted my travels to Long Lemai and Bario both of which I have discussed in earlier blog entries) According to their self-description: “ The Centre of Excellence for Rural Informatics was established in January 2007 and is anchored at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology (FCSIT), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). It is set up based on the success of the e-Bario project. The e-Bario has demonstrated the innovative and participatory approach in deploying ICTs in ... market research, surveys and trends


2009 HCI Innovation Awards - Top 10 Finalists - Core Pages ...
Development of the architecture and scripts were developed by the IS DBA Team. The Enterprise Storage group assisted with the moving of the large database for CIS. Various IT developers worked on the code to extract patient data for the downtime reports as well as the C# code. The Hospital Administration group was responsible for end-to-end testing. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center relies on its Clinical Information System (CIS) for patient care 24x7. It is the source of patient orders, results, other relevant clinical and demographic information, and interfaces with almost every other vital clinical ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Morocco - Administration, Finance, Educational Research
The National Report on Human Development states that the educational budgetary resources allocation has increased considerably. From 1981 through 1997, the budget grew by an average annualized affectation rate of 15 percent, whereas the government budget increased, for the same period, by an average of 11 percent. From 1980 to 2000, the university system's operational costs averaged an 11 percent increase per annum. In 1980 the government spent 70 million dirhams (DH 10 is approximately US$1) or $7 million in new university investments and 680 million dirhams ($68 million) in operational costs. In 2000 the collegiate ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Answering Biomedical Questions with Information Technology
Lynn Bry "worked through a ton of regulatory issues that needed to be thought through. A lot of people have great ideas, but they don't stick with them. She stuck with it, and there's a lot to be said about that. To me, she symbolizes persistence." --Shawn Murphy Like many people in the early 1990s, Lynn Bry -- then a student in the M.D.-Ph.D. program at Washington University in St. Louis -- didn't know much about computers. A computer scientist friend in Pennsylvania had asked Bry to write some content for a Web site he'd built. "I thought I could just put what he wanted on a disk and send it ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Geospatial World Forum with Prof. Dr. FJ Radermacher as Guest Speaker
August 19, New Delhi, India: Prof. Dr. F. J. Radermacher from Ulm University in Germany, world-renowned expert in the fields of globalization, innovation, overpopulation and global sustainable development, will be the Guest Speaker at Geospatial World Forum on January 18, 2011 - at Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, India. The previous guest speakers at Map World Forum (the former name for Geospatial World Forum) have been Dr. Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE and (Late) Prof. C.K. Prahalad. Prof. Franz Josef Radermacher is the director of Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing (FAW/n), Ulm. In 1997 he ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Biomedical research increasingly
that generates new knowledge) and IT. (an applied or engineering discipline that .... the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Biomedical Informatics Writing ... Informatics (focused on information and knowledge management) ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FY 2008 Awards
The list below consists of new and continuing grant awards made by NLM, sorted by fiscal year. Multi-year projects will appear each year in which funds are awarded. New investigators are defined as those who have not previously received a significant NIH independent research grant; Early Stage investigators are those new investigators who are in the first 10 years of their research career. The blue RePORTER tool to the right of the awards list enables searches of the NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool site, . To see the abstract and other information about a grant, search on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Former Students | Division of Health Sciences Informatics
Currently a Preventive Medicine resident at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and an active duty Navy officer, Jean-Paul leads a Department of Defense effort to enhance public health surveillance networks in Former Soviet Republics through the Biological Threat Reduction Program. Previously he directed international programs for the DoD Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System (2004-2008). Jean-Paul graduated from the US Naval Academy (1996), where he was a Truman Scholar; received his MD, PhD (Epidemiology), and MHS (Biostatistics) from Johns Hopkins (2003); and served a Fellowship in Health Sciences ...
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Geneticist - help make custom tailored medicines specific to people’s genetic backgrounds (you’d probably need a doctoral degree, though) Biomedical engineer - help make artificial limbs or develop artificial organs (you need to get your graduate training and you may need some engineering) Government Jobs: Criminalist - do crime scene investigation, testify in court Homeland Security Coordinator Marine Biologist - if you have some upper level coursework in Marine Science Work in Systematic Biology for: Colleges, universities, and agricultural colleges Federal agencies including Departments of Agriculture and Interior
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The terms of the Universities Act, 1997 were used to rename the university after resolution by the Senate of the National University of Ireland. The university can trace its history to 1854 as the Catholic University of Ireland , the modern university received its charter in 1908. In the years following the Catholic Emancipation in Ireland a movement led by Paul Cullen attempted to make higher-level education accessible to Irish Catholics for the first time (at this time the Anglican Trinity College still imposed a religious test that effectively banned Catholics from attending). As a result of these efforts a new Catholic ...