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UK Neuroscientist Authors Study Using Brain Imaging to Assess Mental States with Criminal Relevance

To prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt, jurors must find evidence a defendant was culpable of a criminal act. Culpability refers to a person’s awareness and mental state, and in cases of criminal conviction,...

Tags - Behavioral Science, Faculty

Posted - Mar 23Read More

HHS Increases Salary Cap but Remains Under a Continuing Resolution

HHS continues to operate under a continuing resolution.  The NIH will continue to issue non-competing research grant awards at levels below what was stated on the most recent Notice of Award.  The salary cap...

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Posted - Mar 21Read More

SRAS Provides Recommendations for Handling Invoices Associated with Subcontracts

Do you have invoices associated with POs for subcontracts/subawards on your sponsored project that need to be paid?  Check the SRAS Useful Information page for OSPA guidance on how to process invoices for...

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Posted - Mar 21Read More

eIAF 2.0 is Moving Forward

The College of Medicine (COM) has recently begun participating in the pilot of the new “version 2.0” eIAF form.  This new and improved eIAF form has been in development by the Office of Sponsored Projects...

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Posted - Mar 15Read More

Year End Closing Schedule Provided by UFS

As the fiscal year end approaches, the Univeristy Financial Services has issued the calendar of year end closing dates.  The entire schedule can be found on the PDF below. 

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Posted - Mar 15Read More

VPR Office to Provide Workshop on Industry/Private Partnerships

INDUSTRY/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSWednesday, March 22, 311 Gatton, 1-4 p.m.Who should attend: All faculty who do research should be aware of potential commercial applications of their work and learn about the UK...

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Posted - Mar 15Read More

NIH Provides Clarification to Continuous Submission Policy

On March 2, 2017, NIH released a new policy combining and clarifying its previous policies on continuous submission.  While the policy did not change, the information is now formatted in an easier to use...

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Posted - Mar 15Read More

Spring Universal Tuition - Due March 13th

[from The Graduate School]Universal Tuition Program invoices are available for Spring 2017 via both program (ForDGS) and college (ForDeans) web pages at this site. Go to the page, logon with your DGS or...

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Posted - Mar 7Read More

UK Celebrates its 2017 Great Teacher Award Winners

Six University of Kentucky educators were named recipients of the UK Alumni Association 2017 Great Teacher Award Tuesday night.The recipients are:Richard Andreatta, College of Health Sciences - Communication...

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Posted - Mar 1Read More

Neurology Resident's Study, Published in Stroke, Proposes Change to FAST Mnemonic for Stroke

Organizations like the American Heart Association have promoted the FAST concept to help people recognize the symptoms of stroke.FAST stands for Face, Arm, Speech and Time – the last letter a reminder to seek...

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Posted - Feb 22Read More

Call for Abstracts for CCTS Spring Conference

REMINDER: Submit your abstract by Tuesday, February 28:http://ccts.uky.edu/ccts/2017_Spring_Conf_Abstracts_CallWe are collecting abstracts for many different poster/oral presentation sessions.  Be sure to...

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Posted - Feb 21Read More

Markey Cancer Center Announces 2017 Research Day

Discover the latest advances in cancer research by submitting your abstracts and attending Markey Cancer Center Research Day on May 17, 2017.   For the eighth consecutive year, the Singletary Center for the...

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Posted - Feb 21Read More

Annual Survey of Select Agent and Toxin Usage

Sent on behalf of Brandy Nelson, University of Kentucky Biosafety Officer and Responsible Official:Per the Code of Federal Regulations (7 CFR Part 331, 9 CFR Part 121, and 42 CFR Part 73) possession, use or...

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Posted - Feb 21Read More

UK's New Institute for Biomedical Informatics Advances Data-Enabled Discovery

In the modern era of electronic medical records and increasingly sophisticated care, one of the greatest opportunities for health innovation and medical discoveries lies not in a lab or a clinic, but in data....

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Posted - Feb 20Read More

Parkinson's disease research and treatment with Dr. Craig van Horne

Parkinson’s disease is a long-term, progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement. An estimated seven to 10 million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s. The symptoms for the disease...

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Posted - Feb 20Read More

PDO to Offer Workshop on High Impact Aims

Thursday March 9, 2017 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm MN 136The Office of Faculty and Professional Development Presents “Writing High Impact Aims” By Ms. Kathy Grezch, Executive Director, Proposal Development...

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Posted - Feb 14Read More