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Research First Friday April 3

You are invited to attend Research First Friday. Research First Friday will be held Friday, April 3 via Zoom from 12:10-1:00 p.m.

Ekaterina Burduli will present: Real-time Breathalyzer Monitoring and Contingency Management for Alcohol Use in Native American Perinatal Women

 Zoom information

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Meeting ID: 708 643 092

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LPRC Methods Workshop May 14

LPRC Methods Workshop: Network Analysis of Qualitative Data: Relying on Freeware, Rigor, and Transparency for the Public Good

Date: May 14th and 15th, 2020; 9am – 5pm, WSU-Pullman

Presenter: Manuel González Canché, University of Pennsylvania

Cost: $80-faculty, $40 students, $40 for Zoom from other WSU campuses:

Registration includes workshop, course packet, and refreshments if on-site.

To register: 1) Please visit and select “click here to register”

2) Send/deliver a check written to WSU ELSSECP to Priscilla Rose; Cleveland Hall 351, Mailcode: 2136. If paying by IRI, e-mail to inform her of your payment. This must … » More …

NCBI Functional Genomics Workshop set for April 15-16 WSU Pullman Terrell Library

NCBI Functional Genomics Workshop set for April 15-16 WSU Pullman Terrell Library

Registration is now open for the National Center for Biotechnology Information’s Functional Genomics Workshop, set for April 15-16 in Terrell Library. To register and for more information, visit

Workshop attendees are encouraged to join the presenters in person at Terrell Library 20E, the ground-floor atrium computer laboratory. In-person attendance is limited to 40. Desktop computers will be available, though participants may also want to bring their own laptops. Light takeout lunch is provided to registered in-person participants. Optional remote attendance via Zoom is available.

Sessions will cover the following topics:

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National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program cycle opens soon

The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program (LRP) offers primary care medical, dental, and mental and behavioral health care providers the opportunity to have their student loans repaid, while earning a competitive salary, in exchange for providing health care in urban, rural, or tribal communities with limited access to care.  The NHSC LRP application cycle is opening soon and primary care clinicians may be eligible! Learn more at the HRSA website.

IREACH Faculty Pilot Grant Support Program

Institute for Research and Education to Advance Community Health (IREACH)
IREACH Faculty Pilot Grant Support Program

The purpose of the IREACH faculty pilot grant support program is to foster research at Washington State University that will provide significant and innovative contributions to American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, LatinX, or rural health. Applications from faculty members in any discipline to fund research on health disparities impacting these populations are welcome.

IREACH pilot grant support program funds will be used to provide research support for researchers to develop their research capabilities and to demonstrate the merit of their research methods, ideas, … » More …

Connie Nguyen-Truong featured in the Daily Evergreen for her research

Two new grants will help expand an Oregon-based program that uses community-focused participatory research to empower Micronesian parent leaders.

WSU and the Micronesian Islander Community organization partnered up and began their research in 2018. The research team consists of principal investigators Jackie Leung, MIC board chair, and Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, WSU College of Nursing assistant professor. Kapiolani Micky, MIC program coordinator and community health worker, is a member as well. » Continue reading

Research Grand Rounds Jan. 22

Reducing Tobacco Use in Vulnerable Populations: Tobacco control and Regulatory Interventions

Presented by: Dr. Stephen Higgins

Professor and Virginia H. Donaldson Chair in Translational Science, Departments of Psychiatry and Psychological Science and

Director, Vermont Center for Behavior and Health, University of Vermont

Wednesday, January 22, 2020   |  12:10-1:00pm

Light Lunch Provided

Washington State University Spokane Campus , Spokane: SNRS 105


Meeting ID: 996 619 606

Stephen T. Higgins, Ph.D., is Director of the University of Vermont’s (UVM) Vermont Center on Behavior and Health (VCBH). The Center is supported by … » More …

Research First Friday Oct 4

The presenter schedule for Research First Friday meetings has been finalized.  Attending these events is an excellent opportunity to learn about current research, foster collaboration, and to support colleagues.

Oct 4: Teresa Bigand will present “Magnet Designation: an opportunity to bridge clinical and academic research efforts.”

All events will be posted to the calendar on the College of Nursing website and announced in the Internal News as more information is available.

Nov 1: Kawkab Shishani
Dec 6: Marian Wilson
Feb 7: Lois James
March 6: Andra Davis
April 3: Eka Burduli

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Research Week to feature seed grant competitions

We have great news! Research Week 3.0 will feature seed grant competitions.

WSU’s third annual Research Week will be held October 21-25, hosted by the Office of Research. Several sessions this year will focus on seed grant competitions to support individual and team research development. All competitions require written applications. Applicants will present their ideas at sessions during Research Week and winners will be announced during the awards ceremony on October 24.

Competitions include:

A large, multidisciplinary team planning grant opportunity to win $50,000 plus a two-semester doctoral-level research assistant to develop an extramural center-type grant proposal, sponsored by the Office of Research … » More …

Qualtrics access is free to all faculty, staff and students

WSU offers free Qualtrics access to all faculty, staff and students for data collection and analysis in academic research, opinion surveys and customer feedback.

Qualtrics is the preferred online survey tool of WSU.  Qualtrics meets the stringent information security requirements not found in most free online survey tools, is easy to use, and offers many features and resources.  WSU has a campus site license for Qualtrics, and Qualtrics accounts are available at no direct cost to active students, faculty, and staff.

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