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Dr. Donald Lindberg, Director of the National Library of Medicine will be visiting the University of Utah, Department of Biomedical Informatics on March 22, 2012.  Dr. Lindberg will be giving a seminar that will be broadcast

http://medicine.utah.edu/bmi/news/2012/03/seminar-March-22.htm

The University of Utah has a Medical Informatics Training Grant from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The primary purpose of this grant is to train research investigators in Biomedical Informatics. For Pre-doctoral students, this grant is designed to fund students to achieve the PhD degree. For Postdoctoral (MD or PhD), the grant can fund for training to achieve either MS or PhD degrees.

The NLM training grant pays a stipend, tuition expenses, health insurance premiums and travel expenses to the annual NLM fellows meeting. The NLM funding for 15 students is limited to US citizens and permanent residents. Continuation of funding is made on a year-to-year basis and is contingent upon adequate student performance each year and the availability of funds. 

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  • Hi Kate,
    Great to hear that Don is speaking in your program! Are you streaming his lecture (or recording it) so outsiders can view it? That would be great.
    Please give my regards to Joyce!
    Titus
     
     
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