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Your Role in Research


How do you want to engage with research? Research for Me @UNC and the NC TraCS Institute offer engagement and development opportunities for all stages of the research process. Want to participate in research? Want to learn more about protocol development, funding opportunities, community engagement, or the regulatory landscape? Need help with how to best conduct your own research? We’ve got you covered.

Communication Skills: LinkedIn, Social Media

The TraCS Professional Development Seminar series covers foundational skills useful for career development in clinical/translational research. It is split into 4 modules. In the Communication Skills module, learn more about delivering your message in research papers, gaining outside interest in your team and research program, and effectively utilizing various types of media to promote your … Read more

John B. Graham Student Research Day


Student Research Day for the 2021-2022 academic year will be held on November 12, 2021! This year's keynote speaker is Dr. Emery Brown, a Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School/Mass General Hospital, Professor of Medical Engineering and of Computational Neuroscience at MIT, and director of the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program. If you are interested in serving as a judge, please use the following form to submit your information and judging preferences: The event will be virtual due to gathering restrictions and to increase accessibility. Please see the Student Research Day page for more information.

PROMISE study informational lunch session


Are you an Assistant Professor (MD, PhD, DO, or equivalent) who identifies as racially/ethnically underrepresented (UR) AND you are engaged in biomedical research? If yes, then we invite you to attend a virtual information session to learn about the PROMISE research study and to meet the research team.

TraCS Clark Webinar 2.0


Introducing CLARK 2.0! CLARK 2.0 is a user friendly machine-learning classifier designed to answer a variety of translational research questions. This version of CLARK offers a new interface with additional features including the ability to analyze data based on both structured and unstructured data.

AOE/Wilmington Grand Rounds – Active Learning in Medical Education

Join us for AOE/Wilmington Grand Rounds “Active Learning in Medical Education” with Dr. Susan Martinelli on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021, 8:00 – 9:00 AM EST.  Objectives: Recognize benefits and barriers of active learning Interpret current evidence on active learning practices Be able to utilize active learning techniques in your teaching Register Now  

Research for Me Town Hall


Research for Me continues to normalize research, break down barriers, and make it easier for people to engage with research, but we know there may still be questions about how it works. Join the Research for Me team for a Town Hall on November 17 from 12-1 p.m. to share your thoughts! Please submit your questions in advance to