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N3C Data Enclave hits 1 million milestone

The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) Data Enclave is one of the largest collections of clinical data related to COVID-19 symptoms and patient outcomes in the United States. This one-of-a-kind resource can be...

Mentor students virtually in APSA's summer research program

COVID-19 has disrupted research across the country and many summer programs that individuals rely on to learn, grow, and gain mentorship. In response to this concern, the American Physician Scientists Association (APSA)...

READDI, Not Reactive

NC TraCS is providing regulatory support to the UNC READDI project, including providing recommendations on the nonclinical; Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls (CMC); and clinical regulatory pathways. For decades, scientists...

Applied Physical Sciences offers summer courses to researchers

Enhance your electronics, design and data skills! The Maker Technologies for Everyone curriculum is a series of 0.5- and 1.0-credit, pass/fail courses in summer session one that provide practical Making skills at a level accessible...

Why should Black women participate in research?

Hear the stories from four different women who explain the importance of Black participants helping to reach medical advances. Four women from completely different backgrounds share their stories about why Black women should...

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