Articles from January 2022

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UI Professor earns prize for device that improves bladder monitoring at home

Christopher Cooper, professor of urology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, was awarded the Pediatric Urology Device Prize from the Southwest National Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium for a home-based pediatric cystomanometer. The device allows for more accessible and frequent bladder pressure monitoring at home.

Arts & Humanities Initiative (AHI) grant applications are due March 1

The Office of the Vice President for Research is now accepting applications for the spring 2021 Arts & Humanities Initiative (AHI) program. This program encourages leading edge scholarship, creative activities and interdisciplinary research. The application deadline is Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Eligibility At the time of application, all UI personnel in the arts and humanities disciplines who are...

UIRF and Ximbio will host webinar about research tool commercialization

The University of Iowa Research Foundation (UIRF) is partnering with Ximbio, the world’s largest non-profit dedicated to life science research reagents, to offer a webinar for the UI community about commercializing research tools. The free webinar will be held January 25, 4:00pm. Register via Zoom. Research tools are valuable assets to the global scientific community. As a result, University of...
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OVPR will host a series of research communications workshops in spring 2022

The Office of the Vice President for Research is sponsoring five research communications training opportunities during the spring 2022 semester led by nationally recognized experts in the field of research communication. “Effective communication about science, research, and scholarship, and the significance of this work, is critically important to sustaining funding, attracting collaborators, and...
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Eighty-two of the University of Iowa’s rising stars are showcased on banners downtown

The University of Iowa undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers and scholars in the Dare to Discover banner campaign are making waves in fields ranging from astronomy to medicine, public health, education and art.