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FDA CDER Regulatory Science: Improving Drug Review with Data Standards

FDA CDER Regulatory Science: Improving Drug Review with Data Standards

A data standard is a set of rules on how a particular type of data should be structured, defined, formatted, and/or exchanged between computer systems. In 2010, CDER began a concerted push toward implementing data standards across our pre- and… Continue Reading

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ICPSR Keynote Data Story: Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Insights from Big Data

ICPSR Keynote Data Story: Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Insights from Big Data

[Raj Chetty] Perfect. All right, well thank you so much. Can you all hear me, is that fine? So thanks so much for having me, it’s a pleasure to be here to speak with all of you today. I’m going… Continue Reading

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How obsessive artists colorize old photos

How obsessive artists colorize old photos

You might have seen some of these colorized photos on the internet. Mark Twain, Amelia Earhart, a young Charlie Chaplin. It’s incredible how normal these people look because they’re no longer in black and white. Like they’re someone you could… Continue Reading

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Improving Outcomes for Patients through PCOR

Improving Outcomes for Patients through PCOR

Patient-centered outcomes research is really the way we ought to be doing clinical research with patients at the center, and it is really an extension of the broader health research enterprise, and as we think about quickly translating interventions from… Continue Reading

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Foundation for the Future: URC Contributions to Infrastructure Improvement

Foundation for the Future: URC Contributions to Infrastructure Improvement

It’s no secret that our nation is at an infrastructure crossroads. Our twentieth-century investments in roads, bridges, power grids, clean water, and the Internet of Things – which made our country an economic powerhouse – are overdue for improvement. Michigan’s… Continue Reading

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Appalachian Students Hope to be Force for Healing – Thanks to UK Program

Appalachian Students Hope to be Force for Healing – Thanks to UK Program

This program started in 2016 with undergraduates. We’ve engaged now 20 high school students from Eastern Kentucky. We’ve had an opportunity to bring them in for a five-week summer program. It’s been a very rewarding experience. I knew I wanted… Continue Reading

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Episode 11 – Ella Kahu: Opening up higher education: understanding and improving student engagement

Episode 11 – Ella Kahu: Opening up higher education: understanding and improving student engagement

I’m certainly not alone in this one, there’s plenty of research on this, that learning is transformational; that it does change people. It doesn’t just change them; it changes their children and it changes the next generation of children. It,… Continue Reading

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2019 RITM Summer Research Symposium

2019 RITM Summer Research Symposium

– Welcome, welcome. Thank you so much for coming. It’s great to have all of you here today on this beautiful day, I mean really one of the most beautiful days we’ve had in New Haven, weather-wise, for a long… Continue Reading