Research Innovation Week 2018, was a success!

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure for enhanced well-being and livelihoods

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APRIL 1 - 6 / 2019



Our 2018 theme, Industry, innovation, and infrastructure for enhanced well-being and livelihoods, closely aligns with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, speaks broadly to the issues important to our region, and ties to UC’s Strategic Directions.

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Research collaborations between universities and industry are the key to solving real-world problems. Researchers at UC are teaming with industry partners to tackle community and global challenges offering significant societal impacts.

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Research lays the groundwork for innovation. By equipping people with the skills needed to perform research and develop new ideas, teaching them how to use advanced instrumentation and techniques, and helping them spin-out successful businesses, UC researchers are driving economic growth.

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Researchers at UC are improving the life for all by teaming with community and government leaders to modernize and secure our interconnected systems and build smart and connected communities of the future.

2018 Event Highlights

Acute Care Research Symposium

Thought-provoking speakers along with a great poster session mix of AHC research, a stimulating panel discussion, a user-friendly CME process, and an inspiring ACR Awards program combined to highlight the field's finest research.

Instrumentations, Intelligence, Abundance, & Resilience

Thought leaders explored animal behaviors, climate change, & environmental impacts while focusing on water quality & purification technology.

The Presidential Kickoff

The President of the University of Cincinnati, Neville G. Pinto, kicked off Research + Innovation Week by welcoming thought leaders and intellectuals over refreshments.

Hutton Ethics Leadership – Informed Consent: Evidence and Practice

Approaches to gaining respect and consent in the research recruitment process were evaluated through informed and practical applications.

Disruption !

The UC Innovation Quest Elevator Pitch Competition gave inventors & entrepreneurs the opportunity to present a short "elevator pitch" to investors in order to commercialize their ideas and launch start-up ventures.

Research + Innovation Week Awards Ceremony

The 2018 Awardees were honored for their outstanding Faculty Excellence, Mentoring, and Core Values during the closing ceremony of the week.

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Check out our awesome thought leaders!

Jeff Blevins, PhD Lisa Ampleman Michael T. Booth, PhD Sandra Enimil Nicola F. Mason Mark Lai, PhD John S. Hutton, MS, MD Claudia Rebola, PhD Flávia Bastos, PhD Michael D. Ragovin, MArch Vikas Mehta, PhD Irfan Asif, MD, PhD Eileen Strempel Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc, PhD, MSW Gjoko Muratovski, PhD, FDINZ Andrew Czaja Dominic Iacobucci, MArch Dominic L. Boccelli, PhD Kristi Nelson, PhD Peng Zhang, PhD Stephen M. Slaughter Hexuan Liu, PhD Sarah Pickle, MD, PhD Melinda S. Butsch Kovacic, PhD Timothy Phoenix, PhD Brooke Brandewie, MS Robert Townsend, PhD Jennifer H. Krivickas, MSLIS Kate Bonansinga, MA, MBA Alican Yildiz, PhD, MCP Neville Pinto, PhD Zack Huhn Neil MacKinnon, MS, PhD Patrick A. Ray, PhD Jodyn E. Platt, MPH, PhD Bain Butcher, MD, MFA Soryong Chae, PhD Dr. Jiaqi Ma Kelly Cohen, PhD In-Kwon Kim, PhD Danny T.Y. Wu, PhD Jiajie Diao, PhD John Burnham Dixon Whitney Hamaker Mark Konecny, PhD Craig Brammer Chris Auffrey, PhD Thomas Dalziel, PhD David Adams, MSE Holly Bante, PhD, MPH, MS David Lentz, PhD Alison Weiss, PhD Elizabeth A. Scarpelli Sean R. Crowe, MLIS Tom Rudin, MPA Edward George Mitchell, AIA Patrick Limbach, PhD Noe Alvarez, PhD Karolina Czeczek, MArch Shomir Wilson, PhD Jennifer Malat, PhD Matthew Wizinsky, MFA Frank P. Russell, AIA Antony Seppi, MCP Adrian Parr, PhD Neal Dickert Jr., MD, PhD Mark H. Eckman, MS, MD Xi Chen, PhD Mark Samaan, MCP Heekyoung Jung, PhD Richard Ittenbach, PhD Anjanette Wells, PhD, LCSW, MSW Jacinda K. Dariotis, PhD Theresa A. Dankovich, PhD William S. Ball, PhD, MD Caroline Morrison, PhD James Lee, PhD Michael Seid, PhD Jarek Meller, PhD Danilo Palazzo, PhD Christopher Lewis, MD Richard P. Lofgren, MD, MPH, FACP Holly A. Taylor, PhD Peter Embi, MD, MS Vittoria S Daiello, PhD Geoffrey Pinski, BS, JD


Day 1 - College Day Events
Monday, April 9, 2018

Day 2 - Symposium
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Day 3 - Symposium
Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Day 4 - Hutton Day
Thursday, April 12, 2018

Day 5 - College Day Events
Friday, April 13, 2018

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Innovations in Sports Medicine: Next Begins Here

UC Sports and Exercise Science Research

Medical Science Building MSB 3051

Irfan Asif, MD, PhD

Innovative, Collaborative University Research Teams – Working Towards One Goal: Produce research designed to improve the health of athletes and military personnel and enhance their safe participation in high-level athletic programs or military operations without a risk of life-long repercussions

Meeting Format: Special Guest Presentation, Project Presentations, Group Discussions, Solutions-oriented Workshops, Summary and Future.

To reserve a spot please register by April 5

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Driving the Future: Integrity & Innovation in Acute Care Research

Cincinnati Children’s Location S1.203

Neal Dickert Jr., MD, PhD

Please join us for the first annual Acute Care Research (ACR) Symposium. Dr. Dickert will discuss Informed Consent for Acute Care Research: Patient-Centered or Pointless?  The program also includes a poster session, platform presentations chosen from leading abstracts, and presentation of ACR Leadership & Innovation Awards.

Award nominations are now being accepted.  

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10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Images in Medicine Gallery

Planning for the Future of Research, Discovery, and Innovation


12:00 - 2:00: Images in Medicine Gallery
General Audience Gallery Viewing, Judging, and Reception

2:00 - 3:00: Images in Medicine Gallery

Presentation of Awards
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5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The Presidential Kick-off Event

1819 Innovation Hub (Invitation only)

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

The Future of H2O + Sensors Networking

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: East Break Area


9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Instrumentation, Intelligence, Abundance & Resilience

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: Mt. Echo Room

Dominic L. Boccelli, PhD Noe Alvarez, PhD Peng Zhang, PhD

A Glimpse into Future Research in the UC Water Cluster (9:00 - 11:00)
Moderator: Dr. Phil Taylor, Office of the Vice President for Research

  • 9:00 - 9:30: Climate Change and International Development: Water Systems Planning in an Uncertain World
    Patrick Ray (CEAS)
  • 9:30 - 10:00: Using Conceptual Models and Data-Driven Approaches to Study Water and Energy Partitioning in the U.S.
    Xi Chen (A&S)
  • 10:00 - 10:30: Re-envisioning Water Quality, Treatment and Carbon Neutral Fuel Production through Electromicrobiology
    Annie Rowe (A&S)
  • 10:30 - 11:00: Linking Fish Behavior to Water Resource Management: Consequences for Water Quality and Quantity
    Michael Booth (A&S)

Emerging Water Technologies (11:15 - 12:00)
Moderator: Dr. Phil Taylor, Office of the Vice President for Research

  • 11:15 - 11:35: The Genius of Water: The Story of a Regional Water-Tech Accelerator that Solves Real-World Problems
    Antony Seppi (PipelineH20 and The Hamilton Mill)
  • 11:35 - 12:00: Towards Monitoring Lead in Drinking Water
    Noe Alvarez (A&S)

9:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Instrumentation, Intelligence, Abundance & Resilience II

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: Mt. Lookout Room

Peng Zhang, PhD Alison Weiss, PhD

: “Maya City of Tikal - Mystery and Lessons for the Future, and the Power of Team Science”
David Lentz (A&S Biology)

9:35-9:50: Clues from Ancient DNA
Scott Keely, Ph.D. (Research Biologist EPA)

9:50-10:15: Clues from Diatoms
Andrew Czaja, Assistant Professor; Cory Perfetta; Hannah Clements (A&S Geology)

10:15-10:30: Clues from Toxicity Assay
Suman Pradhan, Ph.D.; Alison Weiss, Professor (CoM Molecular Genetics) 

10:30 - 10:45: Break

10:45 – 11:15: Watching Biomolecules One at a Time
Jiajie Diao, Assistant Professor (CoM Cancer Biology)

11:15 – 11:45: Chemical Sensing for Biomolecule Detection
Peng Zhang, Associate Professor (A&S Chemistry)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Lunch + Roundtable

Smart & Connected Communities

Kingsgate Marriott - Salon A & B / Grand Ballroom

Dr. Jiaqi Ma Zack Huhn

Intelligent Transportation
Jiaqi Ma (CEAS - CAECM) and Zack Huhn (Founder, Venture Smarter)

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Analytics and Urban Futures:

Leveraging Technology for Inclusive, Safe, Resilient and Sustainable Communities

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level

Danilo Palazzo, PhD Hexuan Liu, PhD Jacinda K. Dariotis, PhD Gjoko Muratovski, PhD, FDINZ Vikas Mehta, PhD

Food and Health (Room: Mt. Storm)
Discussant: Danilo Palazzo (DAAP - School of Planning)

  • Planning the Foodscape for a Healthy Urban Future
    Chris Auffrey, Alican Yildiz, and Frank Russell (DAAP - School of Planning)
  • Food and the Architecture of Sustenance
    Karolina Czeczek (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)
  • Using Social Innovation, Design Thinking and Co-Creation Research Methods to Solve Real World Problems at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
    Ann Black (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design - Live Well)
  • Combating the Opioid Crisis by Design
    Claudia Rebola, Swati Chopra (DAAP - School of Design)

Next Urbanities (Room: Mt. Lookout)
Discussant: Gjoko Muratovski (DAAP - School of Design)

  • Visualizing and Communicating Neighborhood Identity
    Vikas Mehta (DAAP - School of Planning) and Muhammad Rahman (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)
  • Future Grocery Store Thesis
    Jessica DeAngelo (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)
  • Changing Streetscapes: An Autonomous Vehicle Case Study of Vine Street, Cincinnati
    Mark Samaan and Andrew Kemper (DAAP - School of Planning)

Institute for Analytics Innovation Member Showcase (Room: Mt. Washington)
Discussants: Jacinda Dariotis, Shomir Wilson, Mark Lai, Danny Wu, and Hexuan Liu

Building Interdisciplinary Data Science Team: Challenges and Strategies (Room: Mt. Echo)
Discussants: Mark Eckman, Amy Short, James Lee, Jaroslaw Meller, and Dominic Boccelli

2:40 PM - 4:00 PM
Analytics and Urban Futures:

Leveraging Technology for Inclusive, Safe, Resilient and Sustainable Communities II

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level

Kate Bonansinga, MA, MBA Edward George Mitchell, AIA

Food and Health (Room: Mt. Storm)
Discussant: Kate Bonansinga (DAAP - School of Art)

  • Found in Translation: Toward Emergence, Resonance, and Cross-Cultural Insights in Design for Health and Well-being
    Vicki Daiello, Brooke Brandewie, and Heekyoung Jung (DAAP - School of Art) (DAAP - School Design)
  • Transgender Health Disparities: An Arts-Integrated Approach
    Dr. Bain Butcher (COM, DAAP), Dr. Sarah Pickle (COM), and graduate students of the Social Innovation Lab, with Elizabeth Brand, project manager, Jamie Payne, MFA candidate (DAAP - School of Art), Cara Indiano, MDes candidate (DAAP - School of Design), Caitlin Mammolenti, MD candidate (COM), Miles Longshore, undergraduate (A&S - Mathematics)
  • Arts-Based Research Explorations of Creative Education: Intersections with Health and Urbanity
    Flavia Bastos (DAAP - School of Art) with graduate students of Art Education: Sarah Hopkins, Megan Kelly, Lindsey Klump, Corrine Maurits, Mark Payne, Kayla Wandsnider
  • A Women’s History of HIV in America
    Matt Wizinsky (DAAP - School of Design)

Next Urbanities (Room: Mt. Lookout)
Discussant: Ed Mitchell (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)

  • The Affordable Housing
    Whitney Hamaker (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)
  • More Urban Green Infrastructures with the Introduction of Autonomous Vehicles? A Case Study of Hamilton Co.
    Kelsey Schmidt (DAAP - School of Planning)
  • Future Workspace/Workplace
    Dominic Iacobucci and Michael Ragovin (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)
  • Future of Creative Workspaces
    Gjoko Muratovski, John Dixon, Stephen Slaughter, Nick Mason, Michael Rice, David Miller, and Emily Sabol. (DAAP - School of Design) (DAAP - School of Architecture and Interior Design)

Data Analytics Student Panel (Room: Mt. Washington)

Data Driven Approach for Transportation Planning (Room: Mt. Echo)
Bob Koehler, Deputy Executive Director/Transportation Manager, OKI Regional Council of Governments

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Reception + Lead Discussion

Analytics and Urban Futures Networking

Kingsgate Marriott - Salon A & B / Grand Ballroom

Jon Salisbury, Co-founder & CEO at both SmartLINK and Nexigen, will lead the discussion during the reception.

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Social Justice – Human Settlements – Global Futures Networking

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: East Break Area

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Social Justice – Human Settlements – Global Futures:

The Arts & Humanities in the Age of Impact

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level

Mark Konecny, PhD

Publishing (Room: Mt. Echo)

  • 9:00 - 9:50: The University Publishing Landscape: The Future of Academic Output
    Liz Scarpelli, Nicola Mason, Lisa Ampleman
  • 10:00 - 10:50: Copyright, Intellectual Property, and Open Access: A Roundtable
    Mark Konecny, Geoffrey Pinski, and Sandra Enimil
  • 11:00-11:50: New Modes of Publishing
    Mark Konecny, Sean Crowe, James Lee, Jeff Blevins and Jason Day

Digital (Room. Mt. Storm)

  • 9:00 - 9:22: Digital Media Collaborative
    Matthew Irvine, MFA, Director and Professor, Digital Media Collaborative, A&S-CCM-DAAP-UC Library
  • 9:22 - 10:00: Information in a Digital Democracy
    David Niven, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  • 10:00-10:22: Cybersecurity
    Richard Harknett, Professor and Department Head, Political Science
  • 10:22 - 11:00: Public Humanities & Visual Studies
    Todd Herzog, Director, Film & Media Studies, Professor and Department Head, Germans Studies
    Michael Gott, Program Director, Film & Media Studies, Associate Professor, Romance Languages & Literatures
  • 11:00 - 11:22: Digital Scholarship Center
    Arlene Johnson, Associate Senior Librarian, Co-Director, Digital Scholarship Center, Selector and Liaison to the Romance Languages and Literatures Department, UC Libraries

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Urban + Water, Humanities

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level

Adrian Parr, PhD

Urban + Water (Room: Mt. Lookout)

  • 9:00 - 9:20: The Cincinnati Project
    Curtis Webb, Sociology
  • 9:20 - 9:45: Beyond the Urban Laboratory: UC Research in Metropolitan Cincinnati
    David Stradling, Associate Dean for Humanities, Professor, History
  • 10:00 - 10:45: Cooperation Problems & Water Policy
    Jack Mewhirter, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  • 11:00 - 11:45: The Intimate Realities of Water
    Adrian Parr, Chair Taft Faculty, UNESCO Co-Chair Water, Professor, Political Science, School of Architecture and Interior Design, DAAP
    Sean Hughes, Associate Professor, Journalism

Humanities (Room: Mt. Washington)

  • 9:00 - 9:09: Politicized Homophobia in Malawi
    Ashley Currier, Associate Professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • 9:09 - 9:18: Advancing Women’s Political Participation in Wartime Environments through Political Motherhood
    Crystal Whetstone, Political Science
  • 9:18 - 9:27: Buttoned Up: Clothing, Conformity, and White-Collar Masculinity
    Erynn Casanova, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • 9:27 - 9:36: Enslaved Women in Medieval Egypt
    Craig Perry, Assistant Professor, Judaic Studies
  • 9:36 - 10:00: Women’s Experiences During Natural Disasters: A Case Study of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake
    Aparna Singh, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • 10:00 - 10:09: Muy Caribe Está
    Julia Escobar Villegas, Romance Languages & Literatures
  • 10:09 - 10:18: The Writer in the Well: On Misreading and Rewriting Literature
    Gary Weissman, Associate Professor, English & Comparative Literature
  • 10:18 - 10:27: Being With
    Tony Chemero, Professor, Philosophy & Psychology
  • 10:27 - 10:36: Idealization and Scientific Understanding
    Angela Potochnik, Associate Professor, Philosophy
  • 10:36 - 11:00: Closer Connections: Immigrant Communities & Child-Saving Reforms, 1880-1930
    Debra Burgess, History
  • 11:00 - 11:09: (Post) Francophone Writers and the Creation of a New World Literature in French
    Thérèse Migraine-George, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  • 11:00 - 11:09: Women's Labors around under Globalization
    Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Studies

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Keynote Lunch

Branches From The Same Tree

Kingsgate Marriott - Caminetto Restaurant

Robert Townsend, PhD Tom Rudin, MPA

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Music + Medicine

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: Mt. Storm Room

1:00 - 1:15: Music Therapy for Underserved Youth: A Pilot Trial
Elliana Kirsh, BM Voice Performance, BS Neurobiology 

1:15 - 1:30: Music as a means of teaching 4th grade students their social studies curriculum and so much more …
Scott Lipscomb, PhD

1:30 - 2:15: Panel
Stacey Sims (Mindful Music Moments) Karen D’Agostino (Music Resource Center), Sid Khosla MD 

2:15 - 2:30: Break

2:30 - 2:45: Perceived Stress and Psychological Health in CCM Performing Arts Students
Elliana Kirsch, BM Voice Performance, BS Neurobiology 

2:45 - 3:00: Hearing Ability among Developing Artists at CCM: Confirmation of a  Disturbing Trend Related to Declines in Auditory Sensitivity
Scott Lipscomb PhD and Gloria Valencia PhD

3:00 - 3:15: What Can Jet Engines Teach Us about Opera Singers and Treatment of Patients with Voice Disorders
Sid Khosla MD and Ephraim Gutmark PhD 

3:00 - 3:30: Effects of music training on hearing (Mt. Washington Room)
Fawen Zhang, Associate Professor of Audiology, CAHS

3:15 - 3:30: Mind Body for Stress Reduction
Sian Cotton PhD

3:30 - 4:00: A Lesson from Tone Deafness (Mt. Washington Room)
Dr. Steven J. Cahn, Associate Professor of Music Theory, CCM, Eileen Strempel PhD

3:30 - 4:00: Panel: Performing Arts Medicine - Areas for Future Research in Cincinnati
Sian Cotton PhD, Scott Lipscomb PhD, Sid Khosla MD

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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Ideas – Insights - Action:

Health Innovations + Curing Cancer

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level

Melinda S. Butsch Kovacic, PhD

UC Cancer Institute (Room: Amphitheater II)

  • 1:00 - 2:00: Current and Future Directions of the UC Cancer Institute
    Bill Barrett, MD, Director, UC Cancer Institute, College of Medicine 

Social Science Cancer Research (Room: Mt. Washington)

  • 2:00 - 2:30: Alcohol Use During Cancer Treatment: What Do We Know and Is It Important?
    Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc, PhD, College of Allied Health Sciences
  • 2:30 - 3:00: Self-Management in Cancer Care: The Patient’s Perspective & Opportunities for Innovation
    Caroline Morrison, PhD, College of Nursing

NMR and BMI Cancer Research (Room: Mt. Echo)

  • 2:00 - 2:30: Head and Neck Cancer Cell Metabolism: All Hands on DEK
    Lindsay Romick-Rosendale, PhD, CCHMC, College of Medicine
  • 2:30 - 3:00: Computational & Systems Modeling of Cancer Vulnerabilities
    Kakajan Komurov , PhD, CCHMC, College of Medicine

Basic to Community Cancer Research (Room: Mt. Echo)

  • 3:00 - 3:30: Metabolism, Signaling, DNA Damage, and Cancer Drug Discovery
    In-Kwon Kim, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences
  • 3:30 - 4:00: From Patient Navigation to Cancer Justice: A Community-Owned Intervention in Cincinnati
    Shaunak Sastry, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences
    Steve Sunderland, PhD, Director, Cancer Justice Network
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Climate Change and Health Disparities in the Urban Environment

Dr. Amy Townsend-Small, Mr. Oliver Kroner, Dr. Richard Brokamp, Dr. Xinhao Wang, Dr. Pravin Bhiwapurkar, Dr. Monica Mitchell

Kingsgate Marriot - Lower Level: Mt Auburn Room

Zack Huhn Pravin Bhiwapurkar

1:00 - 1:30: Mr. Zach Huhn, Venture Smarter (framing the session and introduction)

1:30 - 1:45: Dr. Amy Townsend-Small, Associate Professor, Environmental Studies Program, A&S

1:45 - 2:00: Mr. Oliver Kroner, Office of Environment and Sustainability, City of Cincinnati

2:00 - 2:15: Dr. Richard Brokamp, Assistant Professor, UC’s Department of Pediatrics, CCHMC

2:15 - 2:30: Dr. Xinhao Wang, Professor of Planning, UC College of DAAP

2:30 - 2:45: Dr. Pravin Bhiwapurkar, Assistant Professor of Architecture, UC College of DAAP

2:45-3:00: Dr. Monica Mitchell, Professor, UC’s Department of Pediatrics, Co-Director INNOVATIONS

3-3:30 - Panel Discussion

3:30 - 4:00: Audience participation/discussion

4:00: Conclusion & call to action / next steps (audience/panel can comment on call to action)

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Health Innovations & Curing Cancer Networking

Kingsgate Marriott - Lower Level: Concierge Foyer

5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Disruption! The UC Innovation Quest Elevator Pitch Competition

UC: Rec Center Basketball Courts

Thomas Dalziel, PhD

Inventors and entrepreneurs of all kinds commonly have to request support from investors to raise capital in order to commercialize their ideas and launch start-up ventures.
Busy investors don’t have much time to listen. Often you need to be able to request their support in 60-90 seconds, the length of one elevator ride. This “elevator pitch” competition simulates this business reality.
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Hutton Ethics Lectureship - Informed Consent: Evidence and Practice

MSB E351

Holly A. Taylor, PhD

Dr. Holly Taylor from Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, will be talking about the current national landscape of informed consent.

  • Identify the moral value and practical application of respect for persons
  • Identify respectful approaches to recruitment
  • Evaluate how best to obtain informed consent in your research
Lunch provided. RSVP by April 9th

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
HUTTON ETHICS LECTURESHIP - The Learning Health System

The Transept on Washington Park, 1205 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202

Craig Brammer Michael Seid, PhD Jodyn E. Platt, MPH, PhD Peter Embi, MD, MS Richard P. Lofgren, MD, MPH, FACP

Ethical Implications of Data Sharing in Support of Research and Innovation - Join us for an engaging dialogue with a panel of local and national healthcare experts on the appropriate and ethical use of health data for discovery and improvement. More Information and Register.

For event parking, Washington Park Garage has two vehicular entrances/exits located on Race Street at 13th Street, and on Elm Street across from Music Hall. Automated pay stations allow you to pay for parking in any of the three elevator lobbies before returning to your vehicle.

7:45 AM - 3:30 PM
Department of Internal Medicine Annual Research Symposium

E351 and CARE/Crawley

9:15 - 10:15: Research Symposium Keynote

10:15 - 12:15: Planning for the Future of Research, Discovery & Innovation in the Department of Internal Medicine

12:30 - 2:00: Images in Medicine Gallery

3:00 - 3:30: Award Ceremony for Trainee Posters and Images
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10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
2018 Guy Van Orden Student Research Conference

415, 417, & 419 Tangeman University Center

We will kick off with the series of 5-minute talks at 10:00 in Tangeman University Center (TUC) room 417. Presentations will last until 12:00, then you are free for lunch on your own.  The poster session will begin after lunch at 1:30 and will be held in 415 & 419 TUC.

Please join us to celebrate the wonderful work these students are doing and to learn about their fascinating research on a huge range of topics in cognition and perception-action.

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4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Research and Innovation Week Award Ceremony

Nippert Stadium-Presidential Suite (Invitation only)

The 2018 Awardees for Faculty Excellence, Mentoring and Core Values will be honored during the closing ceremony. Check out the 2018 Awardees.

Research Innovation Week, 2018, April 9th to the 13th

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Conference Address

151 Goodman Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45219

If you intend to park in the Kingsgate Marriot garage, parking vouchers will be offered at the registration table to reduce the cost from $10 to $5.

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Research@UC and the Sustainable Development Goals

On September 25, 2015, the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, establishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. The SDGs comprise 17 goals aimed at social and economic mobility, peace, justice, and education, and safe, resilient communities.

The Office of Research aligns itself with and supports research that has the potential for environmental, social, and economic impact. We are committed to advancing local and global development through creativity, research and scholarship. The Office of Research is developing partnerships amongst students, faculty, researchers, and industry experts and supporting collaborations that produce future-forward ideas and develop and implement innovative solutions to societal challenges.