Center for Research and Scholarship
This Week's CTRF Wednesday Seminar
Join us on Wednesday from 12 Noon to 1 PM in Pickard Hall Room 549 for:
Nanofiber Scaffold Modified with Mesenchymal Stem Cells to Repair Damaged Cardiac Tissue After Myocardial Infarction
Presentation by Arun Kumar, PhD, Associate Professor and Program Director, Biotechnology, Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences and Biotechnology, Thomas Jefferson University, and part of the CRS CTRF Seminar Series.
Welcome to the Center
The Center for Research and Scholarship is located on the 5th floor of Pickard Hall in rooms 502 through 506. The CRS is the principal source of research and scholarship support for faculty in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
Our web pages are designed to provide resources to assist with all stages of the research process. Links to websites that assist with idea development include libraries, on-line and web-based health information, government & health-related agencies, nursing collection and nursing specialty sites (academic & practice) and health agencies and associations.
Grant writing ideas and guidelines are provided under Writing Resources. Funding proposal submission information is provided under Research Resources in the Funding Opportunities section. Publication and Presentation information is also provided to assist with the dissemination of research findings.
The Associate Dean and CRS Staff invite all faculty and staff to use these and other Center for Research and Scholarship services. Send ideas for web links and/or comments on our web site to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome from Dr. Fadel
Research is vital as we continue to build the academic basis of our discipline, promotion of nursing science through the development, use, and evaluation of nursing research to advance the promotion of safe, high quality, cost-effective patient care. We aim to be at the forefront of clinical care and research. The Center is dedicated to facilitating faculty research and providing consultative assistance to faculty and doctoral students in several aspects of proposal development and grant implementation. Specific services include literature searches and retrieval, data entry and analysis, transcription, teleform services and poster presentation assistance. The Center supports an environment in the College of Nursing that is conducive to research, scholarship and the advancement of nursing science.
I hope you will find the Center's staff helpful in supporting your scholarship, publication and other professional routes of dissemination of scientific work. We look forward to working with you.
Paul J. Fadel, PhD
Associate Dean for Research and Professor