Agenda

2019 Southeast Regional IDeA Conference Agenda

November 6-8, 2019

Galt House Hotel
Louisville, Kentucky

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019
1:00 –9:00 pm Registration Desk Hours of Operation West/Rivue Tower, 3rd Floor
2:30 - 4:30 pm Concurrent Session A
2:30 - 4:30 pm Session 1:  Bioinformatics Core Workshop – High Throughput Sequence Analysis and Lessons Learned Description

Chair
Eric Rouchka, D.Sc., Professor of Computer Engineering and Computer Science, Bioinformatics Core Director, Kentucky-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, University of Louisville

Introduction

Workshop Presentations

Overview of approaches for RNA-Seq analysis and evaluation of alternative methods
Eric Rouchka, D.Sc., Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network Bioinformatics Core Director, Professor of Computer Engineering and Computer Science, University of Louisville

The pitfalls of REPL, and evolving software versions in long-running projects: two lessons learned in the WV-INBRE Bioinformatics Core Facility
James Denvir, Ph.D., WV-INBRE Bioinformatics Core Director, Associate Professor of Bioinformatics, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Marshall University

Case studies in high-throughput sequencing QA/QC and harnessing the power of visualization
Eric Rouchka, D.Sc., Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network Bioinformatics Core Director, Professor of Computer Engineering and Computer Science, University of Louisville

Short Talks 

Single-cell sequencing of the choroid-plexuses from Zika virus-infected mice revealed a potential brain entry mechanism for Zika virus
Donghoon Chung, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Microbiology, University of Louisville

Use of small RNA sequencing to examine siRNA biogenesis in a basal arthropod
Alex Flynt, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Southern Mississippi

Flash Talks

Clustering of families of G-quadruplex sequences
Aryan Neupane, University of Louisville 

DESeq Explorer: a web-based dissemination tool for results of differential gene expression experiments
James Denvir, Marshall University

Differentially spliced genes and differentially expressed genes
Tae Lim Kook, University of Louisville 

Exploration of RNA-seq analysis pipelines
Jonah Daneshmand, University of Louisville

Gene expression profiling in cochlea
Jae Yeon Hwang, University of Louisville 

Investigating ancient introgression between caballine and non-caballine equids
Kalpani de Silva, University of Louisville 

Modelling and molecular docking studies of the cytoplasmic domain of Wsc-family, full length Rasp2p, and therapeutic antifungal compounds
Elsie Pares-Matos. University of Puerto – Mayaguez

Prediction of biological processes indirectly-targeted
Mohammed Sayed, University of Louisville 

Time-homogeneous divergence time estimation using fossilized birth-death models in Formicidae
Christina Kolbmann, Louisiana Biomedical Research Network 

A comparison of normalization and statistical tests for differential gene expression analysis in RNA-seq studies
Xiaohong Li, University of Louisville 

In vivo stable isotope metabolomics reveals increases in cardiac glucose utilization following acute exercise
Kyle Fulghum, University of Louisville

Evaluation of circular RNAs in the ischemia-reperfusion injured neuronal retina
Kalina Andreeva, University of Louisville 

Beckman
2:30 - 4:30 pm Session 2:  KBRIN Electron Microscopy Core Workshop Description

Chair
Martha Bickford, Ph.D.,  Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, University of Louisville, Director, KBRIN Electron Microscope Core
Presenters

The KBRIN Electron Microscopy Network: Concept and Future Directions
Martha Bickford, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, University of Louisville, Director, KBRIN Electron Microscope Core
http://louisville.edu/research/kbrin/kbrin-cores/electron-microscope-core

Electron Microscopy Facilities, Capabilities, and Applications at the University of Kentucky
John Balk, Ph.D., PE, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, William T. Bryan Professor of Materials Engineering, Director, Electron Microscopy Center, University of Kentucky

Electron Microscopy Facilities, Capabilities, and Applications at Western Kentucky University
John Andersland, Ph.D., Director Electron Microscopy Core, Biology Department, Western Kentucky University

Electron Microscopy Facilities, Capabilities, and Applications at the University of Louisville School of Medicine
Martha Bickford, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, University of Louisville, Director, KBRIN Electron Microscope Core

Electron Microscopy Facilities, Capabilities, and Applications at the University of Louisville Micro/Nano Technology Center
Julia Aebersold, Ph.D., Manager, Micro/Nano Technology Center, University of Louisville

Evgeniya Moiseeva, Ph.D., Senior Process Engineer, Micro/Nano Technology Center, University of Louisville

Jasmin Beharic, Ph.D., Senior Process Engineer, Micro/Nano Technology Center, University of Louisville

Scanning Electron Microscope demonstration/ Q&A Session
The University of Louisville Micro/Nano Technology center will demonstrate the capabilities of a table-top scanning electron microscope. During this time all other presenters will be available to answer questions regarding individual electron microscopy projects and/or applications for KBRIN funding of pilot projects.

Taylor
 2:30 - 4:30 pm Session 3:  Community Engagement and Health Disparities  Description

Chair
Jennifer L. Lemacks, Ph.D., RD, Associate Professor and Associate Director, School of Kinesiology and Nutrition, Director Mississippi INBRE Telenutrition Center
Keynote Speaker
Okla Achukma Project: Preliminary Findings of a Multi-faceted, Culturally-Adapted Community-Based Intervention to Address Obesity-related Health Disparities in Southeastern American Indian Populations
Tammy Greer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, The University of Southern Mississippi, Mississippi INBRE Telenutrition Center
Short Talks
Building Community Capacity to Influence Research
M. Kate Stewart, MD, MPH, Professor, Dept. Health Policy & Management, Director, Office of Community Based Public Health Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health, Director, Community Engagement Translational Research Institute, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Mississippi INBRE Community Engagement and Training Core
June Gipson, Ph.D., EdS, My Brother’s Keeper Inc., Director Mississippi INBRE Community Engagement and Training Core
Technology Supported Behavior Therapy for Obesity Management among African Americans
Michael Madson, Ph.D., The University of Southern Mississippi, Mississippi INBRE Telenutrition Center
Telenutrition Center Pilot Intervention: Preliminary Focus Group Findings to Adapt Obesity Management Interventions Targeting African Americans in Mississippi
Michael Ramsey, BA, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student, Jackson State University, Mississippi INBRE Telenutrition Center
Flash Talks
Factors that Influence Interest in Nutrition Counseling in Mississippi Adults
Tatum Freeman, Mississippi INBRE Outreach Scholar, The University of Southern Mississippi
The Impact of Self-Efficacy for Diet on Fruits and Vegetables Intake Among Young Adults in Mississippi
Xavier Sam, Mississippi INBRE Outreach Scholar, East Central Community College
Racial differences associated with risk factors and prevalence of hypertension at OAHCC
Donald Hughes, Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Hinds Community College
Disparities in ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment by Race/Ethnicity in Youth receiving Kentucky Medicaid in 2017
Deborah Winders Davis, Ph.D., Director, Louisville Twin Study, Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville
Conducting community inventories of resources supporting healthy lifestyle among Appalachian residents
Madeline Dunfee, MS, MPH, University of Kentucky
McCreary
3:00 pm Hotel Check-In
Rooms will be available beginning at this time; early check-in is not guaranteed
1st Floor - Suite Tower
3:00 - 11:00 pm Setup – Poster Session I Cochran Ballroom
5:30 - 8:30 pm Welcome Reception and Dinner 
Self Guided tour of Exhibit Floors Open from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Dinner 6:00 to 7:30 pm
Muhammad Ali Center
View Pointe Hall
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2019
7:00 am - 9:00 pm Registration Desk Hours of Operation West/Rivue Tower, 3rd Floor
7:00 - 9:00 am Setup – Poster Session I Cochran Ballroom
7:30 - 9:30 am
Welcome Breakfast and Presentations
Welcome
Nigel Cooper, Ph.D., Professor, Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, Director, Kentucky-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, University of Louisville
Opening Remarks
Robert S. Keynton, Ph.D., Interim Executive Vice President for Research & Innovation, Professor and Lutz Endowed Chair of Biomechanical Devices, University of Louisville
Updates from NIGMS and NIH
Judith H. Greenberg, Ph.D., Deputy Director, NIGMS, NIH
Fostering Biomedical Entrepreneurship in IDeA States via Regional Accelerator Hubs
Krishan K. Arora, Ph.D., Program Director, Division for Research Capacity Building, NIGMS, NIH
From Lab to Market - A Research Team’s Journey (Video)
Jackie Willmot, RN, MSN, MBA, CEO and Co-Founder, XLerateHealth
Archibald Ballroom
9:30 - 11:00 am Concurrent Session B
9:30 - 11:00 am Session 1:  Advances in Cancer Research Description

Chair
Nathan L. Vanderford, Ph.D., MBA, Assistant Professor, Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology, Assistant Director for Research, Markey Cancer Center, Director of Administration, Center for Cancer and Metabolism, Director, Appalachian Career Training in Oncology Program
Keynote Speaker
A novel form of CD137 immune checkpoint stimulator as an effective agent for cancer immunoprevention.
Haval Shirwan, Ph.D., Dr. Michael and Joan Hamilton Endowed Chair in Autoimmune Disease, ICT, Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Member, James Brown Cancer Center, University of Louisville

Short talks

Role of human NAT2 acetylator polymorphism on cancer risk assessment from arylamine carcinogens
David W. Hein, Ph.D., Peter K. Knoefel Endowed Chair of Pharmacology, Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville School of Medicine

Structure-based drug design at the JG Brown Cancer Center
John Trent, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Basic and Translational Research, James Graham Brown Cancer Center, Wendell Cherry Endowed Chair for Cancer Translational Research, Kosair Charities Pediatric Oncology Research Program, Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Louisville

Transcriptomic and proteomic profiling of HIV seropositive and seronegative diffuse large B-cell lymphoma
Samantha Kendrick, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Characterization of a Y chromosome family of lncRNAs and their importance in the response of male non-small cell lung cancer cells to ionizing radiation
Ivan Martinez, Ph.D., Associate Professor, West Virginia University Cancer Institute Research Laboratories, Assistant Professor, Microbiology, Immunology & Cell Biology, West Virginia University

The Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Modulator 4R as a Treatment for Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma
Elizabeth Castro Rivera, Cell & Molecular Biology Ph.D. Candidate, Universidad Central del Caribe, Puerto Rico

Flash Talks

The DNA methylation signature of EpCAM-/CD49f- breast cancer stem cells reveals a propensity towards an inflammation expression signature and worse overall clinical severity in basal-like breast cancers.
Austin Shull, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Presbyterian College

Liver tumor-derived small extracellular vesicles modulate macrophage function
Joshua L. Hood M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Louisville

Gastrointestinal tract dysbiosis enhances distal tumor progression through suppression of leukocyte trafficking
Ruud P.M. Dings, Ph.D., M.SC., Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Establishment of Human DCLK1 Isoform 2 Isogenic Cells Using HCT116 Cells
Valeria Campbell Brown, Tougaloo College, Mississippi

Modified Michael Addition Leads to Biologically Significant
Michael Humphrey, Lyon College, Arkansas

The Role of Metadherin in Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Gabriela Ortiz-Soto, Universidad Central del Caribe-School of Medicine, Puerto Rico

Mole Detection and Tracking for Total Body Photography
Mehmet Sait Alpaydin, University of Central Arkansas

Attenuating inflammatory mediator production by AMˊL cells using normal human plasma-derived extracellular vesicle subtypes
Jeremy B. Jones, University of Louisville

McCreary
9:30 - 11:00 am Session 2: IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trials Network Description

Co-Chairs
Janice Sullivan, M.D., Professor, Vice Chair for Research, Dept of Pediatrics, Medical Director, Kosair Charities Pediatric Clinical Trials Unit, Kentucky-Pediatric IDeA Research Center M-PI, University of Louisville
Sara Watson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology, Kentucky-Pediatric IDeA Research Center M-PI, University of Louisville
Keynote Speaker
ISPCTN: A Great New Opportunity
Sara Watson, MD, University of Louisville
Short Talk
Why Clinical Trials are Essential to Improving Healthcare
Jessica Snowden, MD., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Flash Talks

Detection of norbuprenorphine in infants born to pregnant mothers receiving buprenorphine
Clare Nesmith, MD, Department of Pediatrics, UAMS and Arkansas Children's Research Institute

IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trials Network: Clinical Trials and Capacity Building
Daniel S. Hsia, MD, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, LS

ADHD Practice Patterns: A Survey of Kentucky Pediatric Providers
Marie E. Trace, M.D., University of Louisville

Effects of Traffic-Related Pollutants In Respiratory And Cognitive Function Of Puerto Rican Children
Loyda B. Méndez, Ph.D., Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Carolina campus, Puerto Rico

Care for Infants with Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (NOWS) in Mississippi: A retrospective study
Robert D Annett Ph.D., University of Mississippi Medical Center

West Virginia Practice-Based Research Network: primary care engagement from CTR
William Lewis, MD, West Virginia Clinical & Translational Science Institute, West Virginia University

Taylor
9:30 - 11:00 am Session 3: Data Science Description

Chair
Arnold Stromberg, Ph.D., Allen-Anderson Endowed Professor in Statistics, Department of Statistics, University of Kentucky
Keynote Speaker
Leveraging the Census Data Center for Biomedical Research
Matthew H. Ruther, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Urban and Public Affairs, Director, Kentucky State Data Center, University of Louisville
Short Talks
Changes in Data Science and Statistics at NIH
Arnold Stromberg, PhD, Allen-Anderson Endowed Professor in Statistics, Department of Statistics, University of Kentucky
Using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Approach for Identifying Novel Drugs for Treatment of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Samuel Kakraba, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Deep learning for diabetic retinopathy detection in smartphone-based retinal images using iNview device
Recep Hacisoftaoglu, University of Central Arkansas 

Statistical approach for gene set analysis with trait specific quantitative trait loci
Samarendra Das, University of Louisville 

Beckman
11:00 am- 12:30 pm Concurrent Session C
11:00 am- 12:30 pm Session 1: IDeA National Resource for Proteomics: Designing and Troubleshooting Proteomics Experiments  Description

Chair
Alan Tackett, Ph.D., Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Scharlau Family Endowed Chair in Cancer Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Presenters
Alan Tackett, Ph.D., Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Scharlau Family Endowed Chair in Cancer Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Ricky D Edmondson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Co-director, Proteomics Core Laboratory, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Sam Mackintosh, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Mike Kinter, Ph.D., Associate Member, Aging and Metabolism Research Program, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Stephanie Byrum, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Director of Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core at Arkansas Children's Research Institute, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Beckman
11:00 am- 12:30 pm Session 2: NRMN and IDeA Partnership for Mentorship and Networking Description

Presenters
Jamboor K. Vishwanatha, Ph.D., Regents Professor and Vice President, Principal Investigator, National Research Mentoring Network-Resource Center, Director, Texas Center for Health Disparities, Center for Diversity and International Programs, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Damaris Javier, M.A., Associate Director, Program Management, National Research Mentoring Network-Resource Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center
McCreary
12:30 - 2:30 pm Lunch and Presentations

IDeA Program Update
Ming Lei, Ph.D., Director, Division for Research Capacity Building, NIGMS, NIH
IDeA Post Award Management
Samantha Farrell, MHS, Grants Management Specialist, NIGMS, NIH
National Updates on NAIPI and NISBRE
Doug Wright, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair, Anatomy and Cell Biology, Vice Chair of Research, Anesthesiology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Director of the NIH Kansas INBRE Program, President, NAIPI
Archibald Ballroom
2:30 - 4:00 pm Concurrent Session D
2:30 - 4:00 pm Session 1: The Impact of the Environment on Cardiovascular Health and Disease Description

Chair
Steven P. Jones, Ph.D., FAHA, Professor of Medicine and University Scholar, Director, Diabetes and Obesity Center University of Louisville
Keynote Speaker
Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Disease: Insights from Cells to Animals to Patients
Sanjay Rajagopalan, MD, FACC, FAHA, Chief, Cardiovascular Medicine, University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, Director, Case Cardiovascular Research Institute, Herman K. Hellerstein MD, Professor of Cardiovascular Research, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

Short Talks

Electronic cigarettes and heat-not-burn cigarettes induce similar vasoconstriction as tobacco cigarettes
Mark Olfert, Ph.D., RRT, FAHA, Associate Professor, Department of Human Performance, Exercise Physiology, West Virginia University

Exposure to air pollution is associated with an altered metabolic state in mouse plasma
Benjamin Rood, B.S., University of Louisville

Beckman
2:30 - 4:00 pm Session 2: IDeA Program Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research (IDeA-CTR) Description

Chairs
Sally Hodder, MD, Director - West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Keynote Speaker
Building Clinical and Translational Research infrastructure to Improve Health Outcomes: IDeA-CTR Programs in the Southeastern Region
Sally Hodder, MD, West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Short Talks
Childhood Fasting Plasma Glucose and Brain Health Indicators at Midlife: Evidence from the Bogalusa Heart Study
Lydia A. Bazzano, MD, PhD, MPH, Lynda B. and H. Leighton Steward Professor in Nutrition Research, Director, Center for Lifespan Epidemiology Research, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Characterization of a Y chromosome family of lncRNAs and their importance in the response of male non-small cell lung cancer cells to ionizing radiation
Ivan Martinez, Ph.D., Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Cell Biology, West Virginia University
Recruiting pregnant adolescents in an intervention study: perspectives of WIC providers using qualitative interviews
Abigail Gamble, PhD, MS, John D. Bower School of Population Health, University of Mississippi Medical Center
IDeA-CTR support for the Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal (RURAL) Study in Louisiana
Stephanie Broyles, PhD, Associate Professor, Co-Director Community Engagement and Outreach Resources, Louisiana Clinical & Translational Science Center (LA CaTS), Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Electronic cigarettes and heat-not-burn cigarettes induce similar vasoconstriction as tobacco cigarettes
Mark Olfert, Ph.D., RRT, FAHA, Associate Professor, Department of Human Performance, Exercise Physiology, West Virginia University
Taylor
 2:30 - 4:00 pm Session 3. Advances in Neuroscience Research Description

Chair
Martha Bickford, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, Associate Director, Kentucky-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, University of Louisville

Keynote Speaker

Proteostasis as a global therapeutic target for CNS injury
Scott R. Whittemore, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chairman for Research, Department of Neurological Surgery, Henry D. and Marianna Garretson Endowed Chair in Spinal Cord Injury Research Scientific Director, Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Center, University of Louisville

Short talks

Effects of early-life antipsychotic administration on striatal nicotine receptor density in adulthood
Mark E. Bardgett, Ph.D., Regents Professor, Department of Psychology, Northern Kentucky University

Sympathetic regulation of inflammatory response to sleep fragmentation
Noah T. Ashley, Ph.D., Lancaster Professor, Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Western Kentucky University

Flash Talks

Zika Virus infection and its effect on the CREB3L1 pathway
Joaris Soto-Hernandez, Ponce Health Sciences University, Puerto Rico

Differentially expressed genes after adolescent intermittent ethanol exposure
Riya Patel, Marshall University, West Virginia

The role of matrix metalloproteinases in the metabolism of ATXN1 protein aggregates
Desiree-Gift Mills, Tougaloo College, Mississippi

Neurotrophin-independent p75NTR Processing is Facilitated by c-Jun N-terminal Kinase in Dopaminergic Cells Subjected to Oxidative Stress
Rachel Clements, Eastern Kentucky University

Characterization of Neurotransmitters in Drosophila Melanogaster Larvae using Electrochemical Techniques
Vitmary Rivera-Rodriguez, Department of Biology, Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Gurabo Campus, Puerto Rico

McCreary
4:00 - 6:00 pm Poster Session I Cochran Ballroom
6:30 pm Dinner and Presentations

The NIH Common Fund: Funding Opportunities for Exceptionally Innovative Research
Ravi Basavappa, Ph.D., Program Leader, High-Risk High-Reward Research Program, Office of Strategic Coordination (The Common Fund Office), Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives, Office of the Director, NIH
CUR – Who we are and How we can help you achieve INBRE’s goals
Paula Dehn, Ph.D., Council of Undergraduate Research, Kentucky Weslyan College
Research Evaluation and Commercialization Hubs (REACH) in Kentucky: Lessons learned and future opportunities
Paula J. Bates, Ph.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Louisville, Co-Director, ExCITE and KYNETIC Programs
Archibald Ballroom
8:00 - 10:00 pm Setup – Poster Session II Cochran Ballroom
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019
7:30 am - 2:00 pm 11:00 AM check-out deadline Hotel Check-out
7:30 - 11:00 am Registration Desk Hours of Operation West/Rivue Tower, 3rd Floor
7:30 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast Archibald Ballroom
7:30 - 8:30 am
Student Breakfast
Preparing students for a broad range of careers
Nathan L. Vanderford, Ph.D., MBA, Assistant Professor, Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology, Assistant Director for Research, Markey Cancer Center, Director of Administration, Center for Cancer and Metabolism, Director, Appalachian Career Training in Oncology Program
Daisy
7:30 - 8:30 am INBRE PI Breakfast Walker’s Exchange, 2nd Floor, West Tower
8:30 - 10:30 am Poster Session II Cochran Ballroom
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Concurrent Session E
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Session 1: Entrepreneurship/Commercialization HUB - XLerateHealth  Description
Chair
Jackie Willmot, RN, MSN, MBA, CEO and Co-Founder, XLerateHealth

Panel

Bob Saunders, Chairman and Co-Founder, XLerateHealth.

Eugene Krentsel, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and Vice President for Strategic Partnerships and Alliances at XLerateHealth

Brett Janis, Ph.D. candidate, University of Louisville and Co-Founder, Desicorp

Taunya Phillips, MBA, Senior Associate Director,  New Ventures & Alliances Office of Technology Commercialization, Co-investigator

Jackie Willmot, RN, MSN, MBA, CEO and Co-Founder, XLerateHealth

Lily
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Session 2: Writing the R-Series NIH Grant Application  Description
Presenter
Kathy Doyle Grzech, M.A., Executive Director, Proposal Development Office, University of Kentucky
Daisy
12:00 - 2:00 pm Lunch and Awards Ceremony Archibald Ballroom
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