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      ECIBR Newsletter Fall2023

       

      Upcoming ARC Directors Luncheon Meetings:
      12-1:30p | W502 
      October 30

      June 10, ARC applications due by 11:59p
      June 24, ARC Review Panel, 1-3p

      Joining an ARC: Information, expectations and application form

       

      The BRIDGE-SUD pre-ARC is actively seeking new collaborations with researchers from Computer and Data Sciences to broaden the approaches used to mitigate the individual and societal burdens of persistent and risky substance use.
      Read more about this active Pre-ARC:
      Bridging Basic and Clinical Science to Reduce the Harms and Consequences of Persistent or Risky Substance Use

       

      BIT-ARC Welcomes Collaborators:
      contact Dr. Weining Lu for more information

      ARCs funded for
      2023-2024

      Tuesday, June 4 | 12-1p | X715 or Zoom | Thrombosis and Hemostasis ARC Program | (hybrid) Mini-Symposium co-hosted by the CVI | Keynote speaker: Craig Morrell, University of Rochester Medical Center | “Platelets and Megakaryocytes at the Immune Interface” | Zoom info

      Tuesday, June 4 | 1:30-3p | PIPER-C ARC Mini-Symposium | Guest speaker tba | RVSP

      Thursday, June 13 |12-1p | Fibrosis ARC Program Seminar | Zhen Jiang, Pharmacology Physiology and Biophysics | K103

        Active ARCs

        The Center provides opportunities for collaborations within Affinity Research Collaboratives (ARCs) organized around foci of common research interests. The ARCs create opportunities for new interdisciplinary approaches to both research and training in biomedical research.

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        Mission Statement

        Faculty affiliated with the Evans Center hold academic appointments with different departments. The Center provides opportunities for collaborations within Affinity Research Collaboratives (ARCs) organized around foci of common research interests. The extraordinary strength in biomedical and physical sciences at Boston University, and the support and development of the ARCs create opportunities for new interdisciplinary approaches to both research and training in biomedical research. Basic science discovery promoted by ARCs are also available to the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and to other centers for collaborative translational applications.

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        Katya Ravid, Fellow of the American Heart Association

        Katya Ravid has been elected Fellow of the American Heart Association (FAHA) conferred by the Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences (BCVS). This Fellowship welcomes Dr. Ravid "into one of the world’s most eminent organizations of cardiovascular and stroke professionals". It is recognition "for excellence, innovative and sustained contributions in the areas of scholarship, practice and/or education, and […]

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        Drs. Katya Ravid and Vipul Chitalia lead a Center focused on Cancer-Associated Thromboembolism as Affected by Health Disparities (CAT-HD)

        Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine part of the American Heart Association’s new focused research network devoted to addressing disparities that intersect heart disease & cancer. Drs. Katya Ravid and Vipul Chitalia, co-directors of Thrombosis and Hemostasis ARC were awarded by the AHA, along with BUSM/BMC/VA colleagues, to lead a Center focused on […]

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