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Visiting Scholars Lecture
November 21st, 2006 - Dr. Robert Carney
"Depression in Coronary Heart Disease"

The next Center for Mind Body Research Visiting Scholars lecture, Depression in Coronary Heart Disease, will take place on Tuesday, November 21st from 12:00-1:00. The lecture will be presented by Dr. Robert Carney, Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Carney is a certified cognitive therapist and investigates depression in cardiac patients, smoking cessation and behavioral cardiovascular disease prevention. Dr. Carney will also be available to meet with investigators and CMBR members for smaller group & individual discussions concerning his research. Please contact Gina Magyar-Russell at if interested in meeting outside of the CMBR lecture.

You may attend at JHH in Wilmer 107 or at Bayview in Asthma and Allergy Center 4B.44. We will have videoconferencing between the two locations. Lunch will be provided; please RSVP to with the location you will be attending.

October 17th, 2006 - Dr. Allen Tien
"Integrative Information Systems to Enchance Clinical Research"

On October 17, 2006 Dr. Allen Tien, CEO & Research Director of Medical Decision Logic, Inc. (MDLogix), discussed the clinical research management system (CRMS) MDLogix is developing for JHU clinical researchers. The CRMS interfaces with the EPR and the eIRB. It will provide convenient tools for recruiting, enrolling, assessing, and monitoring subjects' progress in your clinical research protocols. The system is under active development, so investigators will have an opportunity to provide input into the design and capabilities of the system. A key goal of the system is to better integrate research processes school wide.

A web-cast of the meeting may be found here.

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