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Title: Creighton University The First Annual Nebraska Innovation Forum


1
Creighton University The First Annual Nebraska
Innovation Forum
  • Kimberly A. Galt, Pharm.D.
  • Associate Dean for Research
  • Director, Creighton Health Services Research
    Program
  • kgalt_at_creighton.edu

2
Creighton Today... Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J.,
University President
  • Committed to
  • science education innovative science and
    technology integration
  • Investing in
  • endowments for scholarships and faculty needs
  • research and technology
  • Building upon
  • firm foundation of private business and
    community partnerships
  • excellent relationships with the surrounding
    communities.
  • outstanding undergraduate student research
    program
  • solid graduate program

3
Professional Schools and Programs
  • Creighton University Medical Center - Creighton
    Health Sciences Center
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Dentistry
  • General University
  • School of Business Administration
  • Arts and Sciences
  • School of Law
  • Graduate School
  • University College

50 Undergraduate programs 22 Masters degree
programs 3 Ph.D. programs
4
Research Grants and Contracts
  • Total approximates 26 million annually
  • Federal and state awards are prominent in
    Clinical and Basic Science
  • Federal awards for Infrastructure Capacity
    Building
  • Federal and state awards for Translational
    Research
  • Federal and state awards for Educational Research
  •            

5
www.chrp.creighton.edu
6
Creighton Health Services Research
Program
7
Services and Expertise Available
  • Patient Safety research
  • Health Information Technology assessment
    studies
  • Clinical Informatics studies
  • Medicaid and Medicare research
  • Clinical, Economic and Humanistic Outcomes
    studies
  • Psychometric instrumentation
  • Interprofessional and team based studies
  • Translation and Dissemination studies
  • Studies of Models of Care Delivery and
    Effectiveness
  • Consumer based studies
  • Bioterrorism and Emergency Preparedness
    Educational Research
  • Workforce distribution studies
  • Faith-based intervention studies

8
Other Program Highlights
  • School of Dentistry
  • Innovative educational programs in restorative
    dentistry, dental implants, dental service
    learning
  • Internationally recognized dental materials
    research program
  • Newly developing inter-professional health
    services initiatives in conjunction with CHRP
  • School of Business Administration
  • Joe Ricketts Center -promote Information
    Technology (IT) education and build bridges with
    the business community. Supports graduate and
    faculty research in IT annual Information
    Technology in the Workplace (ITW) conference
    (www.itwconference.org)
  • School of Nursing
  • Health promotion research collaboration in
    osteoporosis, hereditary cancer prevention and
    other areas
  • Improving nursing care outcomes

9
Other Program Highlights
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
  • Rehabilitation Science Research Laboratory
  • Novel drug delivery systems pharmaceutical
    design
  • Nanotechnology research
  • Pharmacogenomics, pharmacokinetics and patient
    outcomes
  • Service learning and distance education research
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • Center for Marriage and Family
  • Center for Mathematics of Uncertainty
  • Kripke Center for the Study of Religion and
    Society
  • Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilzation
  • Undergraduate student honors program
  • Irish Studies Program
  • Encuentro Dominicano
  • Justice and Peace Studies
  • School of Law
  • Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute
    Resolution

10
Other Program Highlights
  • School of Medicine
  • Discoveries
  • Lynch Syndrome, most common form of hereditary
    colorectal cancer
  • American Founder mutation as a screening target
    for diagnosis of colorectal cancer
  • gene mutation related to hearing loss
  • novel estrogen signaling pathway in breast
    cancer
  • relationship of bone loss to calcium intake and
    absorption efficiency
  • calcium absorbability in various dietary sources
  • gut hormone that inhibits food intake which may
    have potential for preventing and treating
    obesity
  • Research areas
  • Bioterrorism and Bacterial Resistance Cancer
    Biology
  • Hearing loss and regeneration Inflammatory
    Diseases
  • Inherited Cancer/Cancer Genetics Osteoporosis/Bon
    e Quality
  • Study of Violence in Society

11
Research and Innovation EPSCoR/IDeA and
Creighton
  • Founding member organization
  • NSF Members of Underrepresented Groups in Science
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Professions,
    College of Arts and Sciences
  • NSF Summer Research Program for Minority Students
  • HS-MACA Office of Multicultural Affairs at
    Creighton
  • NSF Research Infrastructure Improvement Grant
  • Nebraska Center for Cell Biology (NCCB)
  • NIH COBRE (Centers of Biomedical Research
    Excellence)
  • Center for Molecular Genetics - Dr. Shelley
    Smith, UNMC
  • Nebraska Center for Cell Signaling - Dr.
    Margaret Wheelock, UNMC
  • Nebraska Center for Virology - Dr. Charles
    Wood, UNL

12
Nebraska Center for Cell Biology NSF-EPSCoR
Research Infrastructure Improvment Grant
Contact information Richard Hallworth Nebraska
Center for Cell Biology Department of Biomedical
Sciences Creighton University 2500 California
Plaza Omaha, NE 68178 hallw_at_creighton.edu (402)
280-3057
For more information http//www.biomedsci.creight
on.edu
13
Creighton University is a place where the
gospel is in dialogue with culture and faith
meets reason.
14
Contact Information Creighton University
  • Office of Technology Transfer
  • Lee I. Fenicle, Director
  • Main Office 402-280-3633
  • Office of Development, University Relations
  • Lisa Calvert, Vice-President
  • Office 402-280-2741
  • Grants Administration and Research Compliance
  • Kathleen Taggart, Director
  • Office 402-280-2360
  • EPSCoR State Committee Representatives
  • Dr. Michael Cherney, Professor of Physics
  • Office 402-280-3039
  • Dr. Richard F. Murphy
  • Chairman, Biomedical Sciences
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
  • Dr. Kimberly Galt, Associate Dean for Research
  • Office 402-280-4259
  • School of Nursing
  • Dr. Joan Norris, Associate Dean for Research
  • Office 402-280-2023
  • School of Dentistry
  • Dr. Mark Latta, Associate Dean for Research
  • Office 402-280-5044
  • School of Medicine
  • Dr. Barbara McLaughlin Wittebort
  • Associate Dean for Research
  • Office 402-280-2588
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