Seminars, Lectures, Grand Rounds, and Events
RITMS organizes and co-sponsors translational and clinical research seminars, workshops and meetings and disseminate information to its members and partner institutions, directly through emails and our website. For upcoming please see either the calendar or news section on the homepage. For more information about past sponsored events.
RITMS Seminars: A monthly lecture series, Seminars in Translational Research, which resumes every fall.
NJACTS Visiting Professor Lectures: Quarterly visiting professors, highlighting the best in translational research.
NJACTS Annual Retreat: Showcases NJACTS accomplishments and progress-to-date, foster trainee presentations, celebrate translational research results, to identify new programmatic initiatives and increase collaborations among NJACTS faculty and partners. Faculty, industry representatives, community affiliates, trainees and scholars are invited.
Translational Science Seminars & Lecture Series
- Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine Seminars
- Aaron J. Shatkin Lecture
- Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research Seminars & Lectures
- Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Seminars and Courses
- Rutgers-Princeton Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Seminar series
- BHI Newark-New Brunswick Faculty & Post-doc Exchange Seminar Series
Medical Conferences & Grand Rounds
Past Sponsored Events
Examples of past sponsored events:
“Industry Trends in Devised and Digital Health Geared towards Personliazed Medicine,” Adrienne Lovink, PhD, April 24, 2017, BME 122, sponsored by the Precision and Personalized Medicine Spring 2017 Seminar Series.
“New Technologies in Cancer Research,” April 6, 2017, 8:55- 5:30, Wolfensohn Hall, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
“Big Data, Small Data, and the Implications for Human Subjects Research,” presented by OHRP staff at a Research Community Forum at the Hilton Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ on April 4-5, 2017. The workshop will examine several important issues that arise from the use of big data. Research with large datasets to reveal patterns and associations, along with the development of personalized medicine that these analyses have allowed, present legal, regulatory, and ethical implications for researchers and participants.
“Scholarship, Research and Best Practices in Diversity and Inclusion: Current Findings and Emerging Issues,” Juan Gonzalez, PhD, March 31, 2017. New Brunswick Theological Seminary.
“Leveraging Advanced Technologies to Investigator the Clinical Impact of the Human and Mammalian Microbiomes,” George Weinstock, PhD, March 29, 2017 CIPR 120, sponsored by the Precision and Personalized Medicine Spring 2017 Seminar Series.
“Of Mice and Men(in) and What I Learned from Both,” Steven Libutti, MD, March 24, 2017, keynote at the Joint Molecular Biosciences Graduate Student Association (JMBGSA) Research Symposium, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm, Life Science Bldg Atrium, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
“Just Research in an Unjust World”, a Lecture by Dr. Francis Barchi, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Rutgers School of Nursing, Ackerson Hall, Room 101, 180 University Ave, Newark, NJ.