RESEARCH in the Emory University School of Medicine October 28, 2010. Carolyn C. Meltzer, MD, FACR William P. Timmie Professor and Chair Associate Dean for Research and Ray Dingledine , PhD Professor and Chair of Pharmacology Executive Associate Dean for Research.
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Carolyn C. Meltzer, MD, FACR
William P. Timmie Professor and Chair
Associate Dean for Research
Ray Dingledine, PhD
Professor and Chair of Pharmacology
Executive Associate Dean for Research
Office of Research and Strategic Initiatives
Exec Assoc Dean for Research
Assoc Dean for
Assoc Dean for Enabling Technologies
Assistant Dean for Research Admin
Assistant Dean for Postdoctoral Educatiom
Director of Animal Resources
Project Coord. & AA support
Assoc Chief of Staff for VAMC Research
and Strategic Initiatives
Annual growth of 11.7% over a 14 year period
NIH Ranking 31 30 24 24 23 23 23 21 23 19 19 18 18 15 16(proj.)
Source: NIH; *preliminary data; grants only
NIH grew 6.4% between
2003 and 2008
Build on Research Mission to:
CREATE innovative, collaborative discovery programs that
ADVANCEhealth by prevention, early detection and treatment, and
INSPIRE progress through medical research.
By 2015, Emory University School of Medicine will have had substantial impact on the understanding of human disease and enhancement of human health, and will be recognized as one of the top 10-15 research-intensive medical schools in the country.
Achievement, Infrastructure, Partnerships
Top 10 in
Build Critical Mass
Top 10 in
SOM Research Plan Strategic Initiatives
Most of the time when we use the term “core labs”, we are actually are referring to service centers
U54 Consortium designed to transform how clinical and translational research is conducted, ultimately speeding bench-to-bedside translation of discoveries by:
Interdisciplinary Programs Faculty?
and Strategic Themes of Atlanta-CTSI
Animal Models and
Enhance existing core capabilities
Bridge funding (Coulter-like program in development)
Rapid identification/acquisition of new technologies
Support biomedical symposia
Disseminate resource information
Bridging technologies to translation
Resource Web Portal
Facilitate access to resources
Provide training opportunities
Support methods validation / development
Pilot Studies Fund
New Technology Investments To Date:
Animal models of humandisease
Drug Discovery and High-throughput technologies
ACTSI Translational Technology Program
Focus Areas aligned with ACTSI themes
April 8, 2010 Faculty?
Bernd Pichler, PhD
Department of Radiology
University of TübingenA Unique Technology
Facilitating Discovery Faculty?Biomedical Interactive Resource Tool (eBIRT)
Resource through ACTSI website: http://www.atlantactsi.org/
“Ethical Dilemma of the Week”
Team Science Support through SOM Faculty?
Areas of Faculty? Research Strength at Emory
Research Resources Faculty?