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"The Bad of Smoking but the Potential Good of Nicotine in COVID-19"-Facts and Snacks Lunchtime Journal Club


Zoom-Virtual
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RCMI Community Engagement Core invites you to our lunchtime journal club, “The Bad of Smoking but the Potential Good of Nicotine in COVID-19,” featuring Dr. Yousef Tizabi, Professor of Pharmacology at Howard University College of Medicine. This is the third in our series of virtual lunch-and-learn calls where our scientists lead an in-depth dissection of their published research. Join us on Monday, August 29th at 12:30 pm for the discussion.

Location

Zoom-Virtual

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

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Contact

Elisha Anne Barrientos
Phone: 2404218138
Email: elisha.barrientos@howard.edu

Community Wellness Roundtable: Bring the Noise--Myths and Facts about COVID


Zoom-Virtual
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This is the sixth in a series of interactive and community-facing events about wellness issues and COVID. We are inviting the public to talk about their experiences, beliefs, and concerns about COVID, and our speakers will listen, answer questions, share facts, and dispel myths.

Location

Zoom-Virtual

Cost

Free Event

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Email: RCMI-CEC@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Karen Parker
Phone: (202)806-2990
Email: karen.parker@howard.edu

RCMI-CEC Lunchtime Journal Club: Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on Host Factors Involved in Mental Disorders


Zoom-Virtual
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RCMI-CEC invites you to our lunchtime journal club, “Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on Host Factors Involved in Mental Disorders,” featuring Dr. Shaolei Teng, lead author and Director of the Department of Biology Graduate Studies. This is the second in our series of virtual lunch-and-learn calls where our scientists lead an in-depth dissection of a peer-reviewed transcript. Join us on Monday, July 25th at 12:30 pm for the discussion.

Location

Zoom-Virtual

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

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Contact

Elisha Anne Barrientos
Phone: 2404218138
Email: elisha.barrientos@howard.edu

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Our Planet, Our Health: A Conversation with Youth Climate Activists from South Africa & the United Sates


Douglass Hall, Room 103
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As part of Howard University's partnership with the South African Institute of the International Affairs, join us for a relevant and global conversation on youth climate activism. Students visiting from South Africa will exchange personal narratives with Howard University students, with the hope to increase cross-cultural awareness and engagement for our planet. This event is co-hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center.

Location

Douglass Hall, Room 103

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

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Contact

Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center
Phone: 202-250-5354
Email: mayowa.fageyinbo@howard.edu

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Research Month- American Council of Learned Societies Seminar


Virtual

Please join us for a meeting about Fellowship and Grants Programs in the Humanities and Social Sciences run by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) on Thursday, April 21, from 2:00-3:00 PM. We particularly encourage early career, untenured scholars to attend this session, as ACLS has focused its support on emerging scholars since the onset of the pandemic. Register in advance to attend: https://acls-org.zoom.us

 

Location

Virtual

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Research Month - All of U.S. Research Program & The Montague Cobb Health Institute Information Session


The Interdisciplinary Research Building

Location

The Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Month: LMI Technical Showcase


Interdisciplinary Research Building

The LMI Technical Showcase will feature panel discussions with topics including: Data Science in Cybersecurity Data Science behind AI/ML Data Science for economic empowerment Data Science for cybersecurity Data Science for data driven techniques for social justice. The LMI Technical Showcase panelists include: Dr. Kim Barnette, LMI Dr. Linda Bixby, LMI Ms. Kaye Brown, LMI Ms. Julia Buffinton, LMI Dr. Legand Burge, Howard University Mr. Michael Durst, LMI Dr. Jamechia Hoyle, LMI Dr. Danda Rawat, Howard University Dr. William Southerland, Howard University Dr.

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research - Research Development
Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Month - NIH Proposal for a Joint Howard University College of Medicine HUCM/NIAA Graduate Partnership


Interdisciplinary Research Building

Topic: NIH Proposal for a Joint Howard University College of Medicine HUCM/NIAA Graduate Partnership Speaker: David Lovinger, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Location: Interdisciplinary Research Building, Multipurpose Room

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research - Research Development
Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Month- Research Translation & Commercialization Symposiu


Interdisciplinary Research Building

Topic: Research Translation & Commercialization Symposium: I-Corps, SBIR, Convergence Accelerator and other funding opportunities

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research - Research Development
Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Month- Quantum Materials Research Seminar


Interdisciplinary Research Building

Seminar Topic: Quantum Materials Research at the Nexus of Exascale Simulation, Artificial Intelligence, and Quantum Computing Seminar

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 2028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Office of Research - Research Development
Phone: 12028066000
Email: pamela.a.clarke@howard.edu

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