Cheryl Albright, professor at University of Hawaii’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene , will visit Boise State to offer faculty research workshops.
From 1:30-3:00 PM on Monday, October 2 in Norco 431, Albright will present “Deeper than a Biosketch.” She’ll address how to choose the best research team members, how to articulate team contribution in a grant proposal, and how to link team contributions to grant specific aims.
From 11:30-12:30 PM on Wednesday, October 4 in Norco 408A, Albright will discuss tips for writing a compelling description of undergraduate student research involvement in study.
To attend either of Albright’s presentations, please RSVP to Jane Grassley, email@example.com. Albright’s visit is sponsored by Boise State’s School of Nursing.
Albright is a funded NIH researcher and grats reviewer. Albright conducts transdisciplinary research spanning the fields of nursing, pediatric oncology, behavioral medicine, health psychology, internal medicine, nutrition, organ donation / transplantation, exercise science, and epidemiology. She has almost 30 years of research experience focused on innovative strategies to promote modification of behavioral risk factors in adults and adolescents. Before coming to the University of Hawaii, she was a senior research scientist at Stanford University School of Medicine’s Prevention Research Center (1984-2003). In 2008, she was elected as a Fellow in the Society of Behavioral Medicine.