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Volume 5, Number 34Space holderAug. 24, 2001

National Science Foundation Regional Grants Conference slated for November

The UW Office of Research and the UW Grant and Contract Services will sponsor a two-day National Science Foundation (NSF) Regional Grants Conference Thursday, Nov. 1, and Friday, Nov. 2.

Twenty-five NSF staff members will offer workshops and give presentations. Topics include NSF funding directions, cross-disciplinary and special interest programs, proposal preparation, the merit review process and grant award and administration. There will be also be break out sessions by discipline.

The conference will provide opportunities for researchers, educators, and research administrators from colleges and universities throughout the region to meet with NSF personnel and hear the latest from NSF.

For details, including the program agenda, online registration form and lodging suggestions, see the conference Web site.

Seven UW researchers receive grants for psychiatry studies

The National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) awarded grants to seven UW researchers from the department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. (Full Story)

Scientists sequence genome of a strain of Agrobacterium

Researchers have sequenced the genome of a strain of Agrobacterium. (Full Story)

Two Idahoans elected to American Medical Association posts

Patrice Burgess and Katie M. Scanlan, WWAMI graduates and practicing Idaho physicians, have been appointed to posts in the American Medical Association (AMA). (Full Story)

Family practice resident honored

Jamal Gwathney, a resident in the Providence Family Medicine Residency Program in Seattle, has received the Dr. Roy Virak Memorial Scholarship from the Washington Academy of Family Physicians. (Full Story)

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