Chapman receives largest federal grant in school history
The National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging recently awarded a five-year $3.7 million grant to Hillard Kaplan, Ph.D., to pursue his research on Alzheimer’s disease. As part of a larger research project called The Tsimane Health and Life History Project, Dr. Kaplan has been studying a tribe in Bolivia that are of interest to the scientific
New research shows most women report more body dissatisfaction directly after seeing fashion and bikini models
Chapman University has published research measuring women’s perceptions of how media impacts their body image. Results showed that many women reported feeling worse about their bodies when shown media images of bikini or fashion models, compared to those shown images of paintings or products. In Study 1, the percentage of adult women who said the
Tips for a Successful NIH Application
The Research Aims and Research Plans in an NIH applications are key elements. National Institute of Health / National Institute on Aging Program Officer, Dallas Anderson, provides valuable tips for effective writing of Research Aims and Research Plans.
Cayuse IRB November Training
Please plan to join us for our next Cayuse IRB training event. At the rodeo, researchers will learn to use the Cayuse IRB module to prepare and submit IRB applications, renewals and modifications. The rodeo will be held in BK306C at Main Campus on 11/1 and RK-94 203 at Rinker Campus on 11/6. Click to
Cayuse IRB is Live!
What is Cayuse and how will that make research easier? “The Cayuse team delivers and supports user-friendly solutions that simplify research administration so that the world’s brightest minds can focus on discovery, not paperwork. We are passionate about serving the research community through mindful product creation, dedicated service and a commitment to improving and enriching
State of Research and Creative Activity Recap
On October 2, 2017, Vice President for Research, Tom Piechota and colleagues presented highlights and recognition at the Inaugural State of Research and Creative Activity event in the George Bush Conference Center attended by over 150 people. This included the growth of research at Chapman, the impacts on the community and students, fiscal year statistics,