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Faculty Research Club

Faculty Research Club

The Faculty Research Club meets monthly on the last Thursday of each month.

The Faculty Research Club is intended to provide a social setting to stimulate interdisciplinary research collaborations, promote informal discussions about research and disseminate information about campus resources to faculty. To stimulate conversation, several faculty members will give a 5-minute summary of their research and opportunities for collaboration.

Each club meeting is open to all faculty at Texas Tech and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Faculty members are welcome to invite post-doctoral scholars to help them develop research networks.

To sponsor a Faculty Research Club meeting, present at a meeting or be added to the mailing list, please complete the form here. 

April 26
4 p.m.
Texas Tech Club, East Side, 5th Floor
sponsored by Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute

Eric Walden is the Director of the Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute (TTNI) and the James C. Wetherbe Professor in the Rawls College of Business. Dr. Walden will be presenting how TTNI is a multi-user neuroimaging facility that promotes cutting-edge interdisciplinary research among Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center faculty and graduate students. The TTNI provides researchers with brain and body imaging technologies including structural MRI, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging and techniques, including multimodal data fusion of EEG, fMRI, and DTI data.

Nathanial Hall is an assistant professor of Companion Animal Science in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences. Dr. Hall serves as the director of the Canine Olfaction Research and Education Laboratory and will be presenting on his experiences using brain scans of dogs as part of his research.

Allan Peiris is the Myrick Myers Endowed Chair in Geriatric Medicine and Chief of Geriatrics, a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, as well as the Executive Director of the Clinical Research Institute at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center among his many roles. Dr. Peiris will be discussing Vitamin D and how it relates to his research areas.

Rachel Hirshorn is an Assistant Professor of Voice and Speech in the department of Theater and Dance and is also a certified Associate teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, an active member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA), and a professional actor and member Actors' Equity Association (AEA).

 

Upcoming Meetings:

The next FRC meeting will be in the Fall of 2018, please check back for updates or contact proposals.vpr@ttu.edu to become a host.

 

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