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Online Research Center coming soon!

As you may have heard at the Spring Symposium, the SHHS has been working with IT to develop an Online Health Research Center. Consultant John Kurata has been leading the development and now new faculty member Tyler Smith will become more heavily involved in further development of the site. Other involved faculty include David Adesanya, Caroline Ellermann, Linda Macomber, Thomas Tuchscher, Michael Myers, Gina Piane and Dean Michael Lacourse. The goal is to create a central place where students and faculty can not only access the latest databases in Health Care related research, but benefit from case study examples of how to conduct and publish what they find. The Center will also reach out to members of local Health Care Centers.

Below is a screen shot of the current version of the Center that has been sent out for faculty review. Input on this project is welcome (email the school for the link if you don't have it in your inbox) as we have extensive work ahead before going live with the site sometime in September/October.

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