Healthy males age 58 to 84 needed for a research study.

 

The Department of Family Medicine/OMM is recruiting healthy men for a study entitled “Effects of OMT on Gait Kinematics and Postural Control in Parkinson Disease”.

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) on gait and balance for healthy adults and persons with Parkinson disease. Our long term goal is to create a protocol that improves gait and postural control, and helps to reduce falls in persons with PD. You are invited to participate as a control subject and your participation involves one visit which may last up to 5 hours. We are currently need healthy males between 58 to 84 years old. During the visit you will be asked to perform balance tasks and may receive OMT. All testing is non-invasive, and compensation will be provided.

If you are interested in participating in this study, please contact the Project Coordinator at 817-735-0246 or 817-735-2177.

The Fruits of 2018 Seed Grants: talks by Dr. Liu and Dr. Uteshev

 

The Office of Research Development & Commercialization invites you to attend “The Fruits of 2018 Seed Grants”, a series of talks, where seed grants awardees present the results of their projects.

The third seminar of the series features Dr. Jin Liu, and Dr. Victor Uteshev.
Dr. Jin Liu will present her project “Development of Allosteric Modulators to Enhance CRISPR-Cas9 Specificity” and
Dr. Victor Uteshev will present his project “Therapeutic efficacy of EPGN973 after ischemic brain injury in rats”.
Refreshments will be provided.

When: Thursday, May 9th at 10 AM.
Where: LIB-110.

17th Annual Neurobiology of Aging Trainee Symposium – Friday, May 10 – CBH 230

 

17th Annual Neurobiology of Aging Trainee Symposium
Friday, May 10, 2019
CBH 230
8 AM – 3 PM

Graduate Fellows conducting research on normal and pathological brain aging will present their progress to the academic community. Individuals with an interest in aging and nervous system functions are welcome.

12:30 PM – Keynote Address: “Mechanisms driving aging and their mitigation”
Laura Niedernhofer, MD, PhD
Director, Institute on the Biology of Aging and Metabolism
Professor, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics
University of Minnesota

For more information, contact:
elizabeth.baker@unthsc.edu or 817-735-2722
unthsc.edu/healthy-aging

Did you miss the Code of Culture Events and Have Questions?

 

If so, please stop by one of the information booths during these various dates/times:

04/26 – IREB Lobby from 11:00 – 1:00
04/30 – LIB Lobby from 11:00 – 12:15
05/01 – MET Lobby from 11:00 – 1:00

Here you will have an opportunity to sign the Code of Culture Banner, once the certificate of commitment is signed.

What is Code of Culture?

Our Code of Culture has been designed to enable all of us to make informed and ethical decisions and continue to raise the bar. It is a high-level resource that provides essential guidance to our shared commitment to UNTHSC. It is also a dedicated proclamation to hold ourselves and our team members accountable to expected behaviors, our values and institutional policies. The digital Code of Culture will be made available to all Faculty, Staff and Students at UNTHSC in English and Spanish.

What does “Our Values in Action” mean?

Our Values in Action is applying good judgment and integrity to the decisions we make every day; whether we are on campus or out in our community. Our Values in Action serve as a fundamental driver of incorporating our behaviors and interactions with what guides us in creating a meaningful contribution to the ongoing success of UNTHSC.

What is the “Certificate of Commitment”?

The certificate of commitment is an individual declaration that says, “this is what we stand for, this is what I stand for.” It’s a commitment to being the best team member at UNTHSC as we continue to transform lives.
Your declaration says to your fellow team members, I agree to hold myself accountable and I care enough about you, my fellow team member, to hold you accountable too. By committing to reading the Code of Culture, you will have guidance to navigate your decisions in doing
things right.

SlapSale

 

SlapSale has organized the next public surplus sale. On April 25, 2019, items went on E surplus.com. On April 29, 2019, the items will go on www.slapsale.com. Click on University of North Texas Health Science Center – Fort Worth for our listings. The sale is open until Friday, May 14, 2019, or until the bidding ends. The www.slapsale.com public auction items are for personal OFF CAMPUS use. Please share with your contacts both on and off campus. The computer type items are NON-WORKING assets and obsolete to our HSC network.

Volunteers Needed for Relay For Life of Fort Worth 2019 – Rescheduled for May 4th -8 am to 2 pm at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens

 

Just a reminder that the April 6th Relay was rescheduled for May 4th. We hope you will join us at that time.

When it comes to fighting cancer in our community, we need all of the support we can get. That’s why it’s so important to get as many people involved in our Relay For Life of Fort Worth as possible, so we can gain the advantage in the fight against cancer.

Relay For LIfe of Fort Worth
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.,
Fort Worth, TX 76107.
Saturday, May 4th
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

The web page for the Relay 2019 is now available- www.relayforlife.org/fortworthtx you can set up your team, join a team, make a donation or come out and volunteer. Only a few days till the Relay!

The “UNTHSC Crusaders” team is registered and ready for members to join us. Our team web page
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?team_id=2400637&pg=team&fr_id=91742&s_locale=en_US&et=f_MZhxAG40umNgJnujGSUw

If you would like more information on team captains meetings and being part of the Relay For Life of Fort Worth planning committee for next year, contact Jacklyn Crisp (the UNTHSC Team Mentor Chair) Jacklyn.Crisp@unthsc.edu or 817-735-2131. Or if you would like to volunteer the day of the event, that is greatly appreciated too http://relay.acsevents.org/site/PageServer?pagename=relay_get_involved .

The Relay For Life of Fort Worth web page is www.relayforlife.org/fortworthtx

All funds raised support the American Cancer Society for Research, Education, Advocacy and Patient Services within our community.

If you have questions about the American Cancer Society or cancer go to www.cancer.org or call the 24/7 help line at 1-800-ACS-2345.

2nd Annual UNTHSC BPFA FUN Club Night at the Ball Park – May 4, 2019 “May the 4th be with you!” Deadline May 1 by 11:59 pm

 

We hope you and your family will join the UNTHSC BPFA FUN Club for UNTHSC “May the 4th be with you!” Night at the Rangers Game.

Event Information:
Game Info: Saturday, May 4, 2019 @ 7:05pm vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Gates open: 5:05 p.m.
Price: $22/ticket plus a service fee (tickets are originally $44 each)

Ticket Type: All You Can Eat! The all-inclusive group ticket special includes covered seating and all you can eat hot dogs, nachos, soft drinks, peanuts, popcorn, & grilled chicken sandwiches

Ticket Delivery: emailed post purchase

We are no longer offering the ticket packets sold in previous years.

Food Service begins when the gates open and ends at the end of the 7th inning or two and half hours after first pitch.

UNTHSC Group Photo to be taken at the bottom of the 3rd inning. Wear your favorite UNTHSC Shirt and cap. Watch for signs.

Limited to maximum of 10 tickets per employee/student.

Optional add on discounted group parking: $18/pass plus a service fee (General Parking: Lots F, G, M, N, R, & S).

Purchase your tickets at: http://groupmatics.events/event/Unthscmay4
Deadline to purchase your tickets is May 1st by 11:59 pm.

See you there, and May the 4th be with you…
BPFA FUN Club