To help combat these alarming statistics, CIRCL established its small grants program.
visiting assistant professor of CIRCL and co-investigator of the study.
professor and interim chief of neurosurgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and director of CIRCL.
The first CIRCL tools containing the BDR300 module have also been installed and are being used for proactive scanner monitoring as well as traditional after-develop defect inspection.
For more information on the BDR300 module or the CIRCL system, please visit the CIRCL product web page.
is an interdisciplinary, comprehensive program involving multiple departments in the School of Medicine, the Graduate School of Public Health, and the schools of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Social Work and Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh.
director of CIRCL and co-director of SRI's Center for Technology in Learning.
A CIRCL website, to be launched in June 2013, will support online learning and collaboration among cyberlearning researchers.
leader of NSF's new Cyberlearning: Transforming Education program, emphasized the importance of multidisciplinary teams that will collaborate on CIRCL projects.