Seminar/Event Detail

RMATRIX-II Pilot Project Webinar

Date/Time: 29 July 2014, 1pm - 2pm
Speaker: Bruce Shiramizu, MD
Speaker Affiliation: RMATRIX, JABSOM
Venue: online
For more info: Carolyn Kaichi (kaichic@hawaii.edu)

Description: In response to the recent RFP for the RMATRIX-II Pilot Project Program, Dr. Shiramizu will host a one-hour webinar to review the proposal timeline, objectives and guidelines. Questions and comments will be possible with devices equipped with an active microphone (desktop, laptop, tablet) or via the webinar chat function.

Please link to the site by 1:00PM at https://uhrcmi.adobeconnect.com/rmatrix. The session will be recorded and uploaded on the RMATRIX website for later review and for those who cannot attend the webinar.

Please note the deadline to apply for this year’s pilot funds is MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014 at 5:00PM. The RFP and forms can be found at http://rmatrix2.jabsom.hawaii.edu/pilot-app/app-grid.html

View the recorded webinar

A PDF file of the webinar slides is available via the link below:

Additional Document:Click here to download

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