May 8-14, Volume 8, Issue 19
Federal Regulations governing DEA registration provide an exemption from registrations fees ($390) for any individual practitioner who is required to obtain an individual registration in order to carry out his or her duties an as official of any state agency. The practitioners at the University of Florida qualify for this exemption.
When renewing your DEA registration using Form 224A online, question #7 asks for Certification for Fee Exemption. The form also asks for the name of the “Certifying Officer”. This would be your department chair.
Please note, that this is an exemption from paying registration fees. You are still required to register and to comply with any other requirements or duties prescribed by law.
Neurology Resident Graduation
The Okun’s Home
June 10, 2016
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.
The annual Bloodborne Pathogen Training is now available.
To complete training please log in to MyTraining at http://mytraining.hr.ufl.edu/
Please let me know if you have any questions.
|May 9||May 10||May 11||May 12||May 13|
|12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Liu, “Epilepsy Syndromes”, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Neurology Grand Rounds, Augusto Miravalle, MD, “Updates in MS: Five New Things”, MBI, LG-101, DeWeese Auditorium||12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Liu, “Management of Status Epilepticus in Neonates/Infants/Children”, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Thursday Case Presentations with Dr. Yachnis, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Liu, “Management of Children with Intractable Seizures”, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room|
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