Jiangnan Hu To Present Dissertation Seminar – “Thrombolytic and Cerebral Organoid-Based Treatments for Ischemic Stroke”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Jiangnan Hu will present a seminar entitled, “Thrombolytic and Cerebral Organoid-Based Treatments for Ischemic Stroke” on November 3, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom https://unthsc.zoom.us/j/98477313603. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Jiangnan Hu is a doctoral candidate in Pharmacology and Neuroscience, under the supervision of Yu-chieh Wang, Ph.D., and Nathalie Sumien, Ph.D.

Qualtrics LTI Training by Dr. Kim Meyer – Tuesday, November 10th

 

Dr. Kim Meyer will speak about how to integrate the Qualtrics LTI into your toolbox of learning in an effective way to streamline your workflow within Canvas. CIL Team members will be online 15 minutes before the session and after to answer any questions or help with setup.

*Training is from 12:00-1:00, however, Zoom will be open from 11:45-1:15 for Q&A

For more information and to sign up:

Qualtrics LTI Training by Dr. Kim Meyer

HSC Code of Culture- Be Mindful: Political Activities

 

To HSC Faculty, Staff and Students

Dear Team Members:

Our HSC Code of Culture iterates that we “Be Mindful.” As we come toward the end of a crucial political season, HSC fully encourages our employees and students to take an active role in making our communities better. Be Mindful when supporting political causes, it’s important to be clear and distinguish that your personal beliefs do not reflect the beliefs of UNTHSC, especially when using social media. Also, please do not utilize work resources to participate in personal political activities. HSC complies with all laws and regulations, under the state of Texas, which regulate our institutional political activity.

Thank you for your continued commitment to Our Values, HSC Code of Culture and doing the right thing.

References:

Employee Ethics and Standards Policy
Acceptable Electronic Communications Use Policy

 

On behalf of Desiree Ramirez, Chief Compliance and Integrity Officer
Office of Institutional Compliance and Integrity
Compliance@unthsc.edu | 817-735-2029

Final week to donate online – SECC ends 10/31/2020

 

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to join our State Employee Charitable Campaign, this is it! This year’s campaign closes on October 31st.

This is the final week to pledge. Join your co-workers who care about their community and are committed to work alongside vetted community partners to create an environment of opportunity for all.

You pick where your money goes! It stays local and you can see the results in your own backyard.

Your pledge will send a loud and clear message that HSC is investing in the future of Texas.

You can help improve people’s lives by giving through the SECC. Make your pledge online!

Sign-up – First time donors, create a new account…returning donors log-in
🎁 Select Your Charities – Tell us what areas of people’s lives that you want to make a difference
🙌 Choose Your Impact – You determine the amount that you want to contribute

Give online at: https://secctexasgiving.org/_dfwmetroplex/

Please click here for a short video regarding how to make an online pledge.

The OneUniversity Studio is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays *by appointment only*

 

The OneUniversity studio is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays! To book your time in the studio for your project, please send an email to oneuniversitystudio@unthsc.edu or send an email one of the videographers listed below:

Rens Bais with CIL – Ernesto.Bais@unthsc.edu
Adam Van Fossen with CIL/INCEDO – Adam.VanFossen@unthsc.edu
Stephen McBroom with INCEDO – Stephen.McBroom@unthsc.edu
Felipe Monjaras with OBC – Felipe.Monjaras@unthsc.edu

To make sure that we limit the exposure to COVID-19, we have a cleaning schedule that us videographers adhere to, and there are a few entry and usage guidelines that have to be followed:
– Please wear disposable gloves and mask at all times. You can remove the mask while you’re recording if you wish
– Keep the 6’ rule at all times
– A maximum of 4 people (including the videographer) are allowed in the studio
– Please be on time, do not come early. We do not allow waiting in the hallway, due to possible exposure with others
– Do not touch any of the studio gear (except videographers). This minimizes exposure
– High touch surfaces such as door handles, keyboard, mouse and the height adjustable desk will be cleaned after every use.
– Be aware that the soft surface chairs in the Cozy corner is limited to 2 people only (and they have to be at least 6’ apart)
– Hand sanitizer and Clorox cleaning wipes will also be made available
We will also post signs with entry and usage guidelines along with the cleaning schedule that will be posted outside and inside the studio. Please let us know if you wish to have a copy of the complete entry and usage guidelines document.

*The library remains closed. For entry, meet your videographer at your appointment time at the freight elevator on the ground floor of the library by the clinic parking garage.

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to Ernesto.Bais@unthsc.edu.

Best,
Rens

East Garage Notice

 

There will be upgrades performed on the East end of Garage 5 on the 1st level near CBH starting October 5th from this month on to November. Please use the Clifton St. entrance to access the upper levels of the garage as the 1st level Entrance and Exit will be completely blocked off. If you have questions or concerns please call Facilities Management at x2181.

Workout of the Day!

 

Perform 12 rounds: 1-minute all-out effort and 1-minute rest

Add more rounds if you have more time and energy

Choose Exercise:

Run

Bike

Jump rope

Row

Stairs

Jiangnan Hu To Present Dissertation Seminar – “Thrombolytic and Cerebral Organoid-Based Treatments for Ischemic Stroke”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Jiangnan Hu will present a seminar entitled, “Thrombolytic and Cerebral Organoid-Based Treatments for Ischemic Stroke” on November 3, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom https://unthsc.zoom.us/j/98477313603. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Jiangnan Hu is a doctoral candidate in Pharmacology and Neuroscience, under the supervision of Yu-chieh Wang, Ph.D., and Nathalie Sumien, Ph.D.