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Introduction to San Antonio Life Sciences Institute

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UTSA: 210 458 6767

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SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence

The global issues and challenges that research institutions are working to address are complex and occur at the intersection of disciplines. In order to make advancements in research there must be an integration and convergence of disciplines. The San Antonio Life Sciences Institute (SALSI) solicits applications for participation in the FY2019 Clusters in Research Excellence program. This program aims to develop strategic research clusters bridging The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and UT Health San Antonio over a 12 month period through capacity building and collaborative, interdisciplinary research. To this end, SALSI will establish and support two institutionally driven Clusters of Research Excellence in Healthcare Cybersecurity. Clusters will be expected to enhance collaboration, expand interdisciplinary research capacity, and significantly raise the international research profile and competitiveness of both institutions.

 

SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence:  Brain Health (Full News Release)
June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019
$100,000 per team ($50,000 per institution)

SALSI solicited applications for participation in the Clusters in Research Excellence program, with the aims to develop two new strategic research clusters that bridge UTSA and UTHSCSA through capacity building and collaborative, interdisciplinary research. To this end, SALSI established and supported two institutionally driven clusters in the area of Brain Health over a 12-month period.

Guenevere (Qian) Chen, Ph.D., UTSA and Azizeh K. Sowan, Ph.D., UT Health San Antonio

Shouhuai Xu, Ph.D., UTSA and Kathleen Stevens, Ed.D., UT Health San Antonio

Enhancing Safety and Security of Clinical Alarm Systems: An Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical-Human Analysis

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Program Timeline:

Performance Period: June 01, 2018- May 31, 2019

Midterm Report Meeting: December 2018

Final Project Reporting: June 30, 2019

 

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