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Summary of Scholarly Activity - 2019-2020

Summary of Scholarly Activity – 2019-2020

The following is a summary of the scholarship for the reporting period of September 1, 2019 – August 31, 2020:

  • 2 grants were externally funded
  • 4 grants applications were submitted
  • 6 new projects were initiated without external funding
  • 27 papers/book chapters were published
  • 27 papers/book chapters were submitted for publication
  • LRC staff indexed for 2 journals
  • 13 abstracts were published
  • 7 abstracts were submitted to scientific conferences
  • 11 scientific presentations without a published abstract
  • 54 invited presentations (including expert courtroom testimony) were made to a wide variety of scientific and professional audiences
  • 28 presentations were made to lay audiences
  • Members of the NUHS faculty continued to be highly engaged in many and varied, high quality peer review activities for funding agencies, journals, scientific meetings, and book publishers; 109 manuscripts were reviewed).
  • 29 professional mentoring activities by 8 mentors were conducted (membership on masters or PhD committees)
  • 9 degrees/certificates/diplomates were awarded
  • 36 awards or elected positions were reported
  • NUHS faculty reported attending 177 different conferences and seminars [762 NUHS attendees]
  • NUHS currently has 9 externally funded and 18 non-externally funded projects (24 total projects) in all phases (newly initiated, data collection, data analysis, and writing phases)

All of the activities represent a significant contribution to the scientific/health care literature and strong engagement in the scientific/health care communities; the latter by providing leadership in a variety of societies and participation in and attendance at a large number and wide variety of conferences.

Summary of Scholarly Activity - 2018-2019

Summary of Scholarly Activity – 2018-2019

The following is a summary of the scholarship for the reporting period of September 1, 2018 – August 31, 2019:

  • 2 grants were externally funded
  • 2 grants applications were submitted
  • 1 new projects were initiated without external funding
  • 21 papers/book chapters were published
  • 12 papers/book chapters were submitted for publication
  • LRC staff indexed for 2 journals
  • 24 abstracts were published
  • 29 abstracts were submitted to scientific conferences
  • 10 scientific presentations without a published abstract
  • 73 invited presentations (including expert courtroom testimony) were made to a wide variety of scientific and professional audiences
  • 18 presentations were made to lay audiences
  • Members of the NUHS faculty continued to be highly engaged in many and varied, high quality peer review activities for funding agencies, journals, scientific meetings, and book publishers; 373 manuscripts were reviewed).
  • 28 professional mentoring activities by 8 mentors were conducted (membership on masters or PhD committees)
  • 10 degrees/certificates/diplomates were awarded
  • 51 awards or elected positions were reported
  • NUHS faculty reported attending 125 different conferences and seminars [454 NUHS attendees]
  • NUHS currently has 9 externally funded and 18 non-externally funded projects (27 total projects) in all phases (newly initiated, data collection, data analysis, and writing phases)

All of the activities represent a significant contribution to the scientific/health care literature and strong engagement in the scientific/health care communities; the latter by providing leadership in a variety of societies and participation in and attendance at a large number and wide variety of conferences.

Summary of Scholarly Activity - 2017-2018

Summary of Scholarly Activity – 2017-2018

The following is a summary of the scholarship for the reporting period of September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2018.

  • 3 grants were externally funded
  • 5 grants applications were submitted
  • 4 new projects were initiated without external funding
  • 14 papers/book chapters were published
  • 25 papers/book chapters were submitted for publication
  • LRC staff indexed for 2 journals
  • 27 abstracts were published
  • 27 abstracts were submitted to scientific conferences
  • 13 scientific presentations without a published abstract
  • 71 invited presentations (including expert courtroom testimony) were made to a wide variety of scientific and professional audiences
  • 15 presentations were made to lay audiences
  • Members of the NUHS faculty continued to be highly engaged in many and varied, high quality peer review activities (totaling 420) for funding agencies, journals, scientific meetings, and book publishers.
  • 47 professional mentoring activities by 14 mentors were conducted (membership on masters or PhD committees)
  • 12 degrees/certificates/diplomates were awarded
  • 32 awards or elected positions were reported
  • NUHS faculty reported attending 144 different conferences and seminars [715 NUHS attendees]
  • NUHS currently has 9 externally funded and 16 non-externally funded projects (25 total projects) in all phases (newly initiated, data collection, data analysis, and writing phases)

All of the activities represent a significant contribution to the scientific/health care literature and strong engagement in the scientific/health care communities; the latter by providing leadership in a variety of societies and participation in and attendance at a large number and wide variety of conferences.

Summary of Scholarly Activity - 2016-2017

Summary of Scholarly Activity – 2016-2017

The following is a summary of the scholarship for the reporting period of September 1, 2016 – August 31, 2017.

  • 6 grants were externally funded
  • 4 grants applications were submitted
  • 2 new projects were initiated without external funding
  • 17 papers/book chapters were published
  • 21 papers/book chapters were submitted for publication
  • 1 books/theses/study guides were published
  • LRC staff conducted indexing for 2 journals
  • 27 abstracts were published
  • 33 abstracts were submitted to scientific conferences
  • 23 scientific presentations without a published abstract
  • 75 invited presentations (including expert courtroom testimony) were made to a wide variety of scientific and professional audiences
  • 32 presentations were made to lay audiences
  • Members of the NUHS faculty continued to be highly engaged in many and varied, high quality peer review activities (totaling 500) for funding agencies, journals, scientific meetings, and book publishers. In addition:
  • 9 professional mentoring activities by 8 mentors were conducted (membership on masters or PhD committees)
  • 8 academic degrees awarded
  • 31 awards/elected positions were received
  • NUHS faculty reported attending 192 different conferences and seminars [898 NUHS attendees]
  • NUHS currently has 8 externally funded and 14 non-externally funded projects (22 total projects) in all phases (newly initiated, data collection, data analysis, and writing phases)

All of the activities represent a significant contribution to the scientific/health care literature and strong engagement in the scientific/health care communities; the latter by providing leadership in a variety of societies and participation in and attendance at a large number and wide variety of conferences.

Summary of Scholarly Activity - 2013-2014

Summary of Scholarly Activity – 2013-2014

The following is a summary of the scholarship for the reporting period of September 1, 2013 – August 31, 2014.

  • 6 grants were externally funded
  • 3 grants applications were submitted
  • 3 new projects were initiated without external funding
  • 30 papers/book chapters were published
  • 18 papers/book chapters were submitted for publication
  • 5 books/theses/study guides were published
  • LRC staff conducted indexing for 2 journals
  • 8 abstracts were published
  • 10 abstracts were submitted to scientific conferences
  • 21 scientific presentations without a published abstract
  • 94 invited presentations (including expert courtroom testimony) were made to a wide variety of scientific and professional audiences
  • 21 presentations were made to lay audiences
  • Members of the NUHS faculty continued to be highly engaged in many and varied, high quality peer review activities (totaling approximately 440) for funding agencies, journals, scientific meetings, and book publishers. In addition:
  • 36 professional mentoring activities by 9 mentors were conducted (membership on masters or PhD committees)
  • 19 academic degrees awarded
  • 19 awards/elected positions were received
  • NUHS faculty reported attending 148 different conferences and seminars [291 NUHS attendees]
  • NUHS currently has 10 externally funded and 15 non-externally funded projects (25 total projects) in all phases (newly initiated, data collection, data analysis, and writing phases)

All of the activities represent a significant contribution to the scientific/health care literature and strong engagement in the scientific/health care communities; the latter by providing leadership in a variety of societies and participation in and attendance at a large number and wide variety of conferences.