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What CITI Program is Reading – 4 May 2021

“What CITI Program is Reading” is our weekly blog series which highlights news articles curated by our staff and relevant to research, higher education, healthcare, technology, and more. Follow us on LinkedIn for upcoming editions and more information from CITI Program.


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Good research begins long before papers get written The Materials Design Analysis Reporting Framework encourages more-detailed disclosures to promote better transparency and reproducibility in research. Read The Full Article
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Computer vision inches toward ‘common sense’ with Facebook’s latest research Facebook's AI research division shows that semi-supervised machine learning is possible with images and videos. Read The Full Article
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It’s time to invite more people to join clinical trials Reevaluating how we determine eligibility criteria in research can lead to more representative and meaningful clinical trials. Read The Full Article
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NIH Turns to Cloud-Based App to Facilitate Clinical Research The NIH is seeking to enhance its mobile app to identify data that helps develop treatments for children with psychiatric disorders. Read The Full Article
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Prototype app for mobile devices could screen children at risk for autism spectrum disorder A mobile app that tracks eye movements while watching specially designed videos, may aid in the early identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Read The Full Article
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NIH establishes new childhood asthma clinical research network The Childhood Asthma in Urban Settings network will work to develop new methods to treat and prevent asthma in disadvantaged children and adolescents. Read The Full Article
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It’s All In The Mind: How To Turn Conflict On Its Head Keeping an open mind and becoming more aware of yourself and others are keys to successful conflict resolution. Read The Full Article
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Higher education leaders praise Biden's plans Tuition-free community college and other policy proposals have support, but still face challenges in Congress. Read The Full Article