September 11, 2017
News from the PhD Office
Congratulations to Felipe Rodrigues (PhD candidate), Greg Zaric, and David Stanford, who recently received the second prize in the CORS Practice Prize Competition for their project “Discrete event simulation model for planning level 2 “step-down” bed needs using NEMS”. The award was presented at the recent Canadian Operational Research Society / International Federation of Operational Research Sciences Conference held in Quebec City.
Published Refereed Articles
Babashov, V., Aivas, I., Begen, M.A., Cao, J.Q., Rodrigues, G.B., D'Souza, D., Lock, M., Zaric, G.S., 2017, Reducing Patient Wait Times for Radiation Therapy and Improving Treatment Planning Process: A Discrete-event Simulation Model, Clinical Oncology, June, 29 (6): 385-391.
Callander, S., Raiha, D., 2017, Durable Policy, Political Accountability, and Active Waste, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, May, 12 (1): 59-97.
Flammer, C., Bansal, P., 2017, Does a Long-Term Orientation Create Value? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity, Strategic Management Journal, September, 38 (9): 1827-2847.
Hannouf, M.B., Winquist, E., Mahmud, S.M., Brackstone, M., Sarma, S., Rodrigues, G.B., Rogan, P.K., Hoch, J.S., Zaric, G.S., 2017, Cost-effectiveness of Using a Gene Expression Profiling Test to Aid in Identifying the Primary Tumour in Patients with Cancer of Unknown Primary, Pharmacogenomics Journal, The, June, 17 (3): 286-300.
Hsiao, C., Parker, S.C., van Praag, M., 2017, Risk, Balanced Skills and Entrepreneurship, Small Business Economics, February, 48 (2): 287-302
Mirzai, F., Odegaard, F., Yan, X.H., 2017, Airline Switching Revenue with Price-Guarantees, Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, June, 16 (3): 308-324.
Peng, A.C., Zeng, W., 2017, Workplace Ostracism and Deviant and Helping Behaviors: The Moderating Role of 360 Degree Feedback, Journal of Organizational Behavior, July, 38 (6): 833-855.
Vergne, J-P., Swain, G. (PhD Candidate), 2017, Categorical Anarchy in the U.K.? The British Media's Classification of Bitcoin and the Limits of Categorization, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 51: 185-222.
SSHRC Insight Grants
Insight Grants support research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. Funding is available to both emerging and established scholars for long-term research initiatives.
|Amount:||Stream A: $7,000 to $100,000
Stream B: $100,000 to $400,000
|Duration:||2 to 5 years|
|Deadlines:||Ivey: Application Review - Monday, September 18, 9am
Highly recommended: Draft application should include at minimum, the summary, 6-page detailed description, and the budget. Application feedback will be returned by Sept. 30.
Ivey: MANDATORY - Wednesday, October 4, noon
(full application with ROLA submission)
Western RD&S: October 9, 5pm (Holiday Monday)
Application (pdf version) by email
SSHRC: October 16, 2pm
On A Practical Note...
WesternREM (WREM) Ethics Training
On September 7, 2017 the Office of Human Research Ethics (OHRE) launched its new online protocol submission platform: Western Research Ethics Manager (WesternREM, or WREM). This should better streamline the ethics submission process, and will address a number of concerns/issues that users had experienced with ROMEO.
The OHRE has provided additional training tools and guides which are available on their web site. There will also be a training session at Ivey for faculty and PhD students who were unable to attend one of the hands-on training sessions provided by the OHRE:
Monday, September 18th
Please RSVP to Kathy Laid if you plan to attend.