Events

July 20, 2016

 

QB3, 953 Indiana Street
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

The Research Resource Program will be hosting the 2016 Summer Core Fairs to promote core visibility on campus. 

Invited speakers from UCSF cores will give short presentations at the QB3 Incubator about the services their cores provide, followed by a Meet & Greet. All cores are welcome to attend the Meet & Greet to answer questions and provide information on the various services they provide.

QB3 is a life science startup accelerator that connects entrepreneurs to critical resources such as funding, affordable wet lab and office space, industry partnerships and entrepreneurial education. Attendees will include tenants at QB3 incubator facilities, primarily from QB3@953, as well as tenants from neighboring incubator and accelerator programs in San Francisco who are interested in utilizing the wonderful resources that UCSF has to offer.

http://qb3at953.com

This event is open to QB3 residents only.

 

Any questions? Please email RRP@ucsf.edu.

 

Information for core participants:

Registration is limited. If your core is interested in attending the Meet & Greet, please e-mail RRP@ucsf.edu. Attending cores are invited to chat with potential customers at a Meet & Greet with light refreshments, following a 1 hour combined presentation session.

July 20, 2016

 

Parnassus, Medical Sciences Lobby
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Research Resource Program will be hosting the 2016 Summer Core Fairs to promote core visibility on campus. 

Tables will be set up in the Medical Sciences Lobby at 513 Parnassus and representatives from cores from across campus will be on hand to answer questions and to provide information on the various services they provide. This event is open to the public and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning how cores can help their research to attend.

Lunch will be provided to attendees. We hope you can join us!

Any questions? Please email RRP@ucsf.edu.

 

Information for core participants:

Registration is currently open to all cores who wish to participate, however space is limited. Each attending core will be allotted a half-table space from which to chat with potential customers, distribute flyers, and provide demos or samples.

Registration is now closed.

  • Food will be provided, however please feel free to bring candy or other treats to attract attendees!
  • A representative from the core is required to be present for the entire event. Plan to arrive between 11:15-11:30 AM to set up.
  • Flyers should be limited to one page, and should provide basic information on your core, the services you provide, and how to request services or a consultation.
  • Please do not bring large scientific posters – there will not be space and the core fair is intended as a marketing event, not a scientific presentation.
July 20, 2016

 

Mission Bay, Genetech Hall Atrium
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Research Resource Program will be hosting the 2016 Summer Core Fairs to promote core visibility on campus. 

Tables will be set up on the first floor of the Genentech Hall Atrium and representatives from dozens of cores from across campus will be on hand to answer questions and to provide information on the various services they provide. This event is open to the public and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning how cores can help their research to attend.

Lunch will be provided to attendees. We hope you can join us!

Any questions? Please email RRP@ucsf.edu.

 

Information for core participants:

Registration is currently open to all cores who wish to participate, however space is limited. Each attending core will be allotted a half-table space from which to chat with potential customers, distribute flyers, and provide demos or samples.

Registration is now closed.

  • Food will be provided, however please feel free to bring candy or other treats to attract attendees!
  • A representative from the core is required to be present for the entire event. Plan to arrive between 11:15-11:30 AM to set up.
  • Flyers should be limited to one page, and should provide basic information on your core, the services you provide, and how to request services or a consultation.
  • Please do not bring large scientific posters – there will not be space and the core fair is intended as a marketing event, not a scientific presentation.
May 16, 2016

You are invited to attend:

The 2016 Core Leadership Retreat

Thursday, June 9th

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Presidio - The Golden Gate Club's Ventana Room

135 Fisher Loop

San Francisco, CA 94129

 

Who should attend the Core Leadership Retreat? Core Directors, Core Managers and Core Administrators who are primarily engaged in the day-to-day science, business and administration of running a core.

Topics will include core visibility on campus, the future of MyCORES, and defining core "families."

Please follow this link to register: https://ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6LlhnxBJNkwo8sd

Registration is now closed.

 

AGENDA

8:30 AM Registration and Breakfast

9:00 AM Welcome Remarks and RRP Update, Elizabeth Sinclair

9:30 AM Introduction of Project Management Office (PMO), Linda Kittle

9:45 AM Improving Core Visibility, Brian Turner & Anirvan Chatterjee

10:45 AM Core Visibility on Campus - Proposed Website Improvements, Jenn Page & Kirsten Copren

11:00 AM Coffee Break

11:15 AM Core Visibility on Campus - Introduction of New Website Landing Pages, Jenn Page & Kirsten Copren

12:30 PM Lunch Break

1:30 PM Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Option 1 - Big Data & NIH Guidelines
Handling large data and resources available to researchers at UCSF, NIH guidelines for quality control and storage, Joe Hesse
Data Management for NIH and beyond, Ariel Deardorff
Informatics services at UCSF and storing data, Eric Chow

Option 2 - Business Improvement
Business Process Improvement (BPI), Paul Sullivan
Utilizing Supply Management in the purchasing process of Supply Chain Management, Andrew Clark
RRP Financial Services, Yvette Villicana

2:50 PM Coffee Break

3:20 PM Presentation of Morning Discussion Topics

3:40 PM Closing Remarks

4:00 PM End

January 01, 2016

UCSF Biobanking and Biospecimen Science Symposium

February 18, 2016, 7:30 am – 1:00pm

Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF

Owens Street, San Francisco, CA 94143-3008

Click here event details.
November 02, 2015

You are invited to attend:

CyTOF Interest Group Meeting

Friday, November 20th

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Toland Hall - UCSF

533 Parnassus Ave.

San Francisco, CA 94143

Register Here

 

Learn how your colleagues are using Fluidigm mass cytometry to study cellular heterogeneity.

Guest Speakers:

Lewis Lanier, PhD

Helle Jensen, PhD

Erin Simonds, PhD

Prescott Woodruff, MD, MPH

 

Join us in HSW11 at 5:00 p.m. for the Immunology Happy Hour!

 

Questions? Please contact Mike Lee.

Click here to see the event flyer.

September 15, 2015

Event will take place in the Koret Quad, just outside Genentech Hall from 11AM-2PM. 

September 15, 2015

Event will take place in Millberry Union, 500 Parnassus Avenue from 11AM-2PM.

May 04, 2015

 

The Research Resource Program will be hosting a Summer Core Fair at Mission Bay on Thursday, 6/18 from 12-2pm, to promote core visibility on campus. 

Tables will be set up on the first floor of the Genentech Hall Atrium, and representatives from over 25 campus cores will be on hand to answer questions and to provide information on the various services each core provides. This event is open to the public, and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning how cores can help their research to attend.

A free pizza lunch will be provided.

Please feel free to share our flyer with anyone who may be interested in attending. We hope you can join us!

Any questions? Please email Jamie Antonazzo

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Important information for core participants:

Registration is now closed. If you were not able to register for the summer fair, we hope that you are able to join us for another event in the future.

  • Registered core representatives should plan to arrive at Genentech Hall between 11:30-11:45 to set up.
  • Pizza will be provided, but please feel free to bring candy or other treats to pass out at the tables.
  • Flyers should be limited to one page, and should provide basic information on your core and the services you provide. 
  • Please do not bring large scientific posters – space will be limited.
  • If you are unable to send a core representative in person, the RRP will be able to hand out flyers on your behalf – if you are interested in this option, please email Jamie Antonazzo.
January 05, 2015

You are invited to attend:

The 2015 Core Leadership Retreat:

UCSF Strategic Roadmap for Cores

Wednesday February 4th

9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Breakfast at 8:30 am)

Presidio - The Log Cabin

1299 Storey Avenue (at Fort Scott)

San Francisco, CA 94129

Register Here

Who should attend the Core Leadership Retreat? Core Directors, Core Managers and Core Administrators who are primarily engaged in the day-to-day science, business and administration of running a core.

The retreat will focus on recommendations from the recent UCSF Strategic Roadmap for Cores, including career development, financial management, funding for emerging technologies and other issues.

Registration is required as space is limited Register Here

Breakfast and Lunch provided

Questions? Please contact Elizabeth Sinclair.

2015 Core Leadership Committee
Elizabeth Sinclair
Yvonne DeSouza
Nicholas Larocque
Byron Hann

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