Seminar/Event Detail

Eagle-i/Resource Discovery Networking Tool (RDNT) for RTRN Informational Webinar

Date/Time: 02 March 2012, 10am HST, 12pm PST, 1pm MST, 2pm CST, 3 pm EST, 4pm Puerto Rico
Speaker: Various
Speaker Affiliation: Various
Venue: Webinar
For more info: Traci Hayes, traci.hayes@rtrn.net

Description: Deploying eagle-i at our RCMI institutions will enable our researchers to more efficiently identify resources (facilities, instrumentation, etc.) which can help further multi-institutional, collaborative research.

Intended audience:

Members of the Biospecimen Repository Working Group, Proteomics Cores and RCMI Principal Investigators, Program Directors, Core Centers/Facility/Lab directors, researchers other support personnel, and RTRN Communication Liaisons

Please confirm your attendance via e-mail to communications@rtrn.net; include the date. Though the presentation will be repeated each day during February 27 - March 1, participants are welcome to join more than one session.

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