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Bayesian Rate Ratio Effect Size for Count Data in Single Case Experimental Designs

Description: Video recording of Dr. Prathiba Natesan Batley's presentation, "Single Case Design: Toward Precision Medicine." It introduces single case experimental designs (SCEDs) and Bayesian Rate Ratio (BRR) in SCEDs, and illustrate the performance of BRR in real data and in simulation. It was presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 46 minutes 06 seconds
Creator: Natesan Batley, Prathiba
Partner: University of North Texas

[Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference Day 1 Closing Presentations]

Description: Video recording of Dr. Denise Perry Simmons' presentation, "The Cell as a Material: Inside the Central Dogma," Dr. Heather Wheeler's presentation, "Population-Matched Omics Prediction Increases Associations with Complex Traits," and Dr. Tae-Youl Choi's presentation, " Development and Application of a Microthermal Sensor: Thermal Conductivity of Biological Cells at Cellular Level and Correlation with Disease State." They were presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes 13 seconds
Creator: Simmons, Denise Perry; Wheeler, Heather E. & Choi, Tae-Youl
Partner: University of North Texas

[Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference Introduction and Keynote Speaker]

Description: Video recording of the introduction and keynote presentation of Dr. George A. Mensah, Director of the Center for Translation Research and Implementation Science (CTRIS) at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Mensah's presentation is titled "Community-Engaged Research and Outreach to Advance Health Equity." It was presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 49 minutes 44 seconds
Creator: Woodard, Joanne; Harrison, Francis & Mensah, George A.
Partner: University of North Texas

[Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference Presentations of Dr. Constance Hilliard and Dr. David P. Cistola]

Description: Video recording of a Dr. Constance Hilliard's presentation, "Ancestral Genomics: Re-Thinking Race & Ethnicity in the Age of Genomics," conference sponsor videos, and Dr. David Cistola's presentation, " New Tools for Addressing Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health and Diabetes Prevention." They were presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 1 hour 44 minutes 23 seconds
Creator: Hilliard, Constance & Cistola, David P.
Partner: University of North Texas

[Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference Presentations on Artificial Intelligence in Health Research]

Description: Video recording of Dr. Mark V. Albert's presentation, "Artificial Intelligence and Applications in Genomics Research: Assessment of Mobility in Diverse Patient Populations" and Dr. Heather Wheeler's presentation, "Transcriptome Prediction Performance Across Machine Learning Models and Diverse Ancestries." They were presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 54 minutes 36 seconds
Creator: Albert, Mark & Wheeler, Heather E.
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

[University of Houston (UH) Music Library collection of music scores on a bookshelf]

Description: Photograph of a white bookshelf with five shelves total. The second, third and fourth levels contain a collection of music scores. The second shelf to the top is nearly full of mainly hardback music scores, whereas the shelf under it has a few dozen less, and the shelf second to the bottom has about a dozen. Most of the music scores are brown, black or beige, but a few are blue, green, yellow, and red.
Date: November 5, 2021
Creator: Larsen, Eric
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[View of UNT's Hurley Administration Building from Willis Library]

Description: Photograph of UNT's Hurley Administration Building taken from the north side of Willis Library. The south side of the Hurley Administration Building is the focal point of the image. The photograph was taken in the morning when the sun rises from the east. A yellow and orange sunrise illuminates the clocktower and top portion of the building. A single person is visible walking on the pathway that contains the university's green and white mosaic seal, as well as the surrounding green campus trees.
Date: November 5, 2021
Creator: Moore, Caroline
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

What is at Stake? Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) of Community Engagement to Diversify the Human Reference Genome

Description: Video recording of a panel on the ethical, legal, and social implications of genomics research and how to diversify through working with communities, including the consent process and diversifying the research workforce. It was presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 1 hour 13 minutes 02 seconds
Creator: Popejoy, Alice B.; Goldman Rosas, Lisa; Fejerman, Laura; Tsosie, Krystal & Gutierrez, Amanda M.
Partner: University of North Texas

Zebrafish Genetics: Functional Genomics

Description: Video recording of Dr. Pudur Jagadeeswaran's presentation, "Zebrafish Genetics: Functional Genomics." It focuses on blood coagulation pathways in studying functional genomics. It was presented at the Transdisciplinary Ancestral Genomic Research Investigations (TAGRI) II Conference held online November 5-6, 2021.
Date: November 5, 2021
Duration: 41 minutes 21 seconds
Creator: Jagadeeswaran, Pudur
Partner: UNT College of Science
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Accumulator, Transporter, Substrate, and Reactor: Multidimensional Perspectives and Approaches to the Study of Bark

Description: This article is a short review that explores different perspectives and approaches to the study of bark and what they reveal about the myriad ways bark surfaces influence the quality of sub-canopy precipitation.
Date: August 5, 2021
Creator: Ponette-González, Alexandra G.
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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Development of Neutral Red as a pH/pCO2 Luminescent Sensor for Biological Systems

Description: This article demonstrates for the first time that Neutral Red (NR) can also serve as a CO2 sensor, because of NR’s unique optical properties, which change with dissolved carbon dioxide (dCO2) concentrations. In this article optical sensitivity of NR was quantified as a function of changes in absorption and emission spectra to dCO2 in a pH 7.3 buffer medium at eight dCO2 concentrations.
Date: August 5, 2021
Creator: Ericson, Megan N.; Shankar, Sindhu K.; Chahine, Laya M.; Omary, Mohammad A.; Hunt von Herbing, Ione & Marpu, Sreekar
Partner: UNT College of Science
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Multilevel Topological Interference Management: A TIM-TIN Perspective

Description: Article combining TIN with the topological interference management (TIM) framework that identifies optimal interference avoidance schemes and formulates a TIM-TIN problem for multilevel topological interference management, wherein only a coarse knowledge of channel strengths and no knowledge of channel phases is available to transmitters.
Date: August 5, 2021
Creator: Geng, Chunhua; Sun, Hua & Jafar, Syed A.
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

Alumni Spotlight #11: Finding Inspiration and Healing in Music with Jeff Coffin

Description: Podcast produced by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) that features an interview with UNT Alumnus Jeff Coffin, Grammy-winning saxophonist and member of many notable projects, including the Dave Matthews Band. Susan and Jeff discuss his history with music, inspiration he receives from teaching at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music, and his other creative endeavors, such as photography and the creation of children's books. Jeff also plays the tárogató live during the podcast.
Date: May 5, 2021
Duration: 42 minutes 54 seconds
Creator: University of North Texas. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Feasibility, Acceptability, and Preliminary Validity of Self-Report Dietary Assessment in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: Comparison with Doubly Labeled Water Measured Total Energy Expenditure

Description: This article includes a cross-sectional study examining the Automated Self-Administered 24-H (ASA24) Dietary Assessment Tool in persons with Multiple Sclerosis. This study establishes the feasibility and acceptability of ASA24 in persons with MS and provides a foundation regarding the need for further validation research examining appropriate outcomes for supporting dietary interventions
Date: April 5, 2021
Creator: Silveira, Stephanie L.; Jeng, Brenda; Gower, Barbara A. & Motl, Robert W.
Partner: UNT College of Education
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Sustainable Harm Reduction Needle and Syringe Programs for People Who Inject Drugs: A Scoping Review of Their Implementation Qualities

Description: This article is a review mapping the evidence on implementation qualities of sustainable harm reduction needle and syringe programs (NSPs). The emerging evidence suggests that sustainable NSP programs for people who inject drugs (PWID) require provider, consumer, and community engagement, supported by enabling health policies.
Date: March 5, 2021
Creator: Resiak, Danielle; Mpofu, Elias & Rothwell, Rodd
Partner: UNT College of Health and Public Service
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A window-space-directed assembly strategy for the construction of supertetrahedron-based zeolitic mesoporous metal–organic frameworks with ultramicroporous apertures for selective gas adsorption

Description: Article presenting a novel window-space-directed assembly strategy for the synthesis of zeolitic mesoporous MOFs with ultramicroporous apertures based on supertetrahedral building units. This article provides an effective and innovative strategy and paves the way for the future design and synthesis of functional, highly connected materials for various applications.
Date: March 5, 2021
Creator: Zhang, Lei; Li, Fangfang; You, Jianjun; Hua, Nengbin; Wang, Qianting; Si, Junhui et al.
Partner: UNT College of Science
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Disentangling Orbital and Valley Hall Effects in Bilayers of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides

Description: This article shows that a bilayer of 2H-MoS₂ is an orbital Hall insulator that exhibits a sizeable orbital Hall effect in the absence of both spin and valley Hall effects. The results are based on density functional theory and low-energy effective model calculations and strongly suggest that bilayers of TMDs are highly suitable platforms for direct observation of the orbital Hall insulating phase in two-dimensional materials.
Date: February 5, 2021
Creator: Cysne, Tarik P.; Costa, Marcio; Canonico, Luis M.; Buongiorno Nardelli, Marco; Muniz, R. B. & Rappoport, Tatiana G.
Partner: UNT College of Science
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The mitochondrial localized CISD-3.1/CISD-3.2 proteins are required to maintain normal germline structure and function in Caenorhabditis elegans

Description: Article isolating the cisd-3.2(pnIs68) mutant that resulted in physiological and fitness defects including germline abnormalities that are associated with abnormal stem cell niche and disrupted formation of bivalent chromosomes. Results further support the idea that the CISD protein family is required for mitochondrial function that supports important functions in animals including overall fitness and germline viability.
Date: February 5, 2021
Creator: King, Skylar D.; Gray, Chipo F.; Song, Luhua; Mittler, Ron & Padilla, Pamela A.
Partner: UNT College of Science

Head Start and Families' Recovery From Economic Recession: Policy Recommendations for COVID-19

Description: This article examines whether the availability of Head Start during the Great Recession mitigated the impact of this crisis on poverty rates among families with young children. The findings provide clear, evidence-based policy recommendations. Increased federal funding for Head Start is needed to support families during a COVID-19 recession.
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Date: December 5, 2020
Creator: Scarborough, William; Collins, Caitlyn; Ruppanner, Leah & Landivar, Liana Christin
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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