NIH NIEHS PEPH Webinar: EHS Translational Research Framework, June 13

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is holding a Partnerships for Environmental Health (PEPH) webinar on a new NIEHS framework that will help researchers, partners, and stakeholders work together to communicate how their research has evolved and progressed.

Title: Translational Research Framework

Date: June 13, 2018 • 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EDT

Registration (required):

You will receive a calendar invitation from the WebEx system once you register.


NIEHS has just published a Translational Research Framework, and it is anticipated that it will help investigators design research programs, identify partners based on cross-disciplinary needs, identify stakeholders who are likely to use research findings for environmental decision-making and intervention, and track progress toward common goals. Kristi Pettibone, PhD, will explain the framework, discuss the potential benefits to the research community, and describe some tools developed to help tell your translational research story. PEPH grantee Susan Pinney, PhD, from the University of Cincinnati, will use the translational research framework to tell the story of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)-related work with the Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program. The webinar with conclude with questions and comments from the audience.

For more information on PEPH Webinars, please visit the PEHP website.

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