March 13-19, Volume 8, Issue 11
Identity Coordinators –
In order to improve user security, UFIT will be implementing changes to GatorLink Account Management in Spring, 2016.
The new system will require a second factor authentication (code received via text or voice call) for account creation and password changes. Additionally, the new system will notify users by both business and personal e-mail addresses of any account events and changes, which will aid in early detection of any attempts to compromise accounts.
In order to effectively implement this change, members of the UF community will need to ensure their identity registry information – specifically date of birth, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses (personal and UF business) – is current. We are requesting your assistance in preparing for this transition by working with your users to update and correct these fields as needed in myUFL, additional information on registry fields can be found here.
Authentication codes will be delivered via the contact method selected by the user, and will be required to proceed with account creation and password resets. Users will need to validate against their information in the Registry, so accurate data is essential.
As we get closer to transitioning to the new system, we will schedule a series of town hall meetings to showcase the new GLAM system.
Request for Applications
PRICE-CTSI-IOA Pilot Project Awards in Pain and Aging Research
The UF Pain Research & Intervention Center of Excellence (PRICE), the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Institute on Aging (IOA) are pleased to invite applications for pilot project awards of up to $25,000 each in support of pain and aging research. Projects must be completed within 18 months from notice of award. Applications are due May 31, 2016. It is anticipated that up to 5 awards will be made, depending on quality of submissions and budget availability.
The PRICE-CTSI-IOA pilot grants are being offered to support the growth of patient-oriented clinical research on the topic of pain and aging across UF’s broad range of scientific disciplines. It is expected that all research supported by this RFA will provide critical preliminary data to support extramural applications.
Applicants must be a UF faculty member or a UF trainee (residents, fellows, postdocs) at the time funds are awarded. Priority will be given to applications from trainees and early stage investigators.
A total of up to $100,000 is available for projects to be funded through this RFA. Awards cannot exceed $25,000. Matching funds from other sources are encouraged.
|Mar 13||March 14||March 15||March 16||March 17||March 18||March 19|
|12pm Noon Conference, Chair Rounds, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Neurology Grand Rounds, Nan Jiang, MD, “Case Presentation”, MBI, LG-101, DeWeese Auditorium
|12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Wilson, Stroke, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Rahul Karamchandani “Post Stroke Cognitive Disorders, Depression, Fatigue, and Neglect” MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room|
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