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18 February 2014
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RTRN e-Newsletter January/February 2014

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  • New Leadership for the Cardiovascular Cluster
  • RTRN Clusters offer captured audience for researcher’s presentation
  • RTRN Administrative Coordinating Center spearheads efforts to increase awareness of and compliance with NIH Public Access Policy Across RCMI community
  • Clark Atlanta University appoints Dr. James Perkins as Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs
  • Dr. Douglas M. Watts awarded $6 million to study RVF vaccine
  • Researcher at the Medical Sciences Campus receives MERIT Award from the National Institute of Mental Health
  • Howard University opens new Simulation Center
  • REGISTER NOW for Upcoming RCMI Conferences
  • Positions available at RCMI-awardee institutions
  • Funding Opportunities

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