The RDA empowers faculty from diverse backgrounds to advance their research, scholarship, and creative activities, while providing unique resources and a safe environment to network. Continue reading
RD Highlights – Barrerra Taps Actionable Intelligence
Research Development Insights Help Acquire Funding for Critical Research Tool
Research into targeted medical therapies is underway at the University of Tennessee to help fight pathological states like cancer, ischemia, and inflammation. One approach is based on the unique characteristics of diseased cells involving acidosis, or too much acid. In 2017, Fran Barrera, assistant professor of biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to explore this condition.
Apply for ORE’s New Research Development Academy
The Office of Equity and Diversity and the Office of Research and Engagement are pleased to call for applications to the new Research Development Academy.
The Research Development Academy focuses on empowering each participant to advance their research, scholarship, and/or creative activities, especially those activities identified in departmental promotion and tenure guidelines. The program provides a safe environment for faculty to network with each other and resources for participants to move their research agenda forward in a focused way.