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  • Funding | Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory
    450 187 Anneliese D Heiner Ph D Principal Investigator John J Callaghan M D Eileen Ingham Ph D Co Investigators John Fisher Ph D Consortium Principal Investigator John J Lannutti Ph D Consortium Principal Investigator Thomas E Baer B A Mechanical Designer Machinist Automated Shape Machining of Custom Bone Allograft Implants Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation 01 01 12 12 31 14 Total Project Costs 300 000 01 01 2014 12 31 2014 Annual Direct Costs 82 201 Donald D Anderson Ph D Principal Investigator Thomas D Brown Ph D Matthew C Frank Ph D M James Rudert Ph D Yuki Tochigi M D Ph D Co Investigators Dynamic Ultrasound Measurement of Median Nerve Kinematics NIH 1 R03 AR062729 01 04 01 2013 03 31 2016 Total Project Costs 150 000 04 01 2014 03 31 2015 Annual Direct Costs 50 000 Jessica Goetz Ph D Principal Investigator Thomas D Brown Ph D Ericka Lawler M D Neil A Segal M S M D Investigators Thomas E Baer B S Engineer Simulation Approaches for Training in Fluoroscopically Guided Articular Fracture Surgery Orthopaedic Trauma Association 01 01 2013 12 31 2014 Total Project Costs 50 000 01 01 2014 12 31 2014 Annual Direct Costs 25 000 Matthew Karam M D Principal Investigator Donald D Anderson Ph D Principal Investigator Geb Thomas Ph D J Lawrence Marsh M D Investigators Multicenter Investigation of the Mechanical Determinants of Post Traumatic OA 5 R21 AR061808 02 09 01 11 08 31 15 Total Project Costs 435 835 09 01 14 08 31 15 Annual Direct Costs 101 673 J Lawrence Marsh M D Principal Investigator Donald D Anderson Ph D Principal Investigator Ellen J Mackenzie Consortium PI Renan C Castillo Daniel O Scharfstein Investigators Early Targeting of Knee Osteoarthritis Predictive Value of Contact Stress Arthritis

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/orthopaedicbiomechanicslab/funding (2015-11-11)
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  • Publications | Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory
    Terms Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory Main Menu About People Affiliated Faculty Funding Publications News Events Contact Home Publications Many of the publications authored by our lab members can be found at PubMed Login The University of Iowa Directory A Z Search

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/orthopaedicbiomechanicslab/publications (2015-11-11)
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  • News | Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory
    Friday February 6 2015 members of the Surgical Skills Training team were at the University of Minnesota for a research study using their new Hip Wire Navigation Simulator The study involves using the simulator to teach orthopaedic residents how to accurately place a guide wire along the femoral neck and into the femoral head Participan Read more Tom Brown retires after 31 years directing the UIOBL Read more Anderson recognized

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/orthopaedicbiomechanicslab/articles (2015-11-11)
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  • Contact | Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory
    People Affiliated Faculty Funding Publications News Events Contact Home Contact University of Iowa Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory 2181 Westlawn Building South Iowa City IA 52242 Phone 319 335 7529 Fax 319 335 7530 Email tammy smith uiowa edu Login The University

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/orthopaedicbiomechanicslab/contact (2015-11-11)
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  • Orthopaedic Biomechanics Laboratory Search | Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory
    Search Search Terms Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory Main Menu About People Affiliated Faculty Funding Publications News Events Contact Home Orthopaedic Biomechanics Laboratory Search Search the University of Iowa for Login The University of Iowa Directory A Z Search About Iowa Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/orthopaedicbiomechanicslab/google-search (2015-11-11)
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  • Procurement Card Best Practices | Purchasing, Accounts Payable & Travel
    384 4277 or see Ethics and Conduct Office of the President Encourage timely review of transactions Transactions are posted to ProTrav daily Cardholders should monitor their transactions often daily is preferred This will help identify and reduce fraud potential Enforce safekeeping of card plate and card number The Procurement Card should remain on campus in a safe locked unit unless being used Cards should not be carried in a purse or billfold unless the user is going to be making an imminent purchase or is in travel status At no time should a photocopy of a Procurement Card be made to provide to others Doing so could subject the University to full liability of any fraudulent charges on that account While protecting your card plate is essential it is also important to use precaution when selecting what devices are utilized to place online orders with your procurement card With increased use of portable devices such as iPads laptops and smart phones there is a higher risk of exposing confidential account information In the event that a portable device is being used to make online procurement card purchases and that device is lost or stolen immediately contact protrav uiowa edu for the appropriate course of action to protect your account To prevent these situations it is highly encouraged to only make online purchases from a secure University computer and not from any portable device When doing business online users should only utilize sites that are secure Questions regarding whether or not a site is secure can be directed to the protrav uiowa edu team Tips for a safe online shopping experience from the TIPP desk tipp iowa gov Before you shop online ensure you have the most current security software updates available for your operating system application and browser Before you shop online ensure you have the most current security software updates available for your operating system application and browser Know with whom you are doing business You are safest when doing business with a reputable company Be sure https or shttp appears in the web site s address bar when you are ready to provide payment information Look for logos from organizations that feature trusted or credential websites like BBBOnline TRUSTe or Verisign Do not send credit card information through email Do not perform online transactions from a public computer or kiosk Do not enter personal information in a pop up screen Check your credit card statement regularly Immediately report any anomalies or transactions you didn t make to Accounts Payable at 335 0115 Know who your cardholders are This will help to ensure that accounts are closed for terminating or transferred employees This will also help to ensure only those users you intend to have cards are cardholders Be aware of scams Discard any email communication solicitations from banks or other entities phishing for card information The University s card provider will never make contact to you via email asking for personal or card information Understand that the University

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/ap-purchasing/article/pcard-best-practices (2015-11-11)
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  • Traveling on the PCard | Purchasing, Accounts Payable & Travel
    University Business using the Procurement Card Travel Expenses on your Procurement Card Travel Manual Procurement Card Manual Visa Commercial Benefits 500K Commericial Card Travel Accident Insurance University of Iowa IT Travel Resources Things to be aware of when planning a trip In This Section Procurement Card Policy Procurement Card Best Practices Traveling on the Procurement Card Procurement Card Risk Get a Procurement Card Procurement Card FAQs ProTrav Purchasing Accounts Payable

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/ap-purchasing/traveling-pcard (2015-11-11)
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  • Procurement Card Risk | Purchasing, Accounts Payable & Travel
    risk associated with the use of the Procurement Card when the following measures have been taken The Cardholder Department promptly contacts Purchasing 335 0389 or 335 0385 Department when there is reason to believe that a card has been lost stolen or misused The Cardholder Department maintains the actual card and card number in a secure and safe place to avoid unauthorized individuals access to credit card information Cardholder department adheres to the written terms and agreements contained in the University Procurement Card Manual and Procurement Card Agreement Cardholder Department instructs all authorized users of the above mentioned guidelines and periodically reminds users of the accountability requirements Cardholder Department reviews Procurement Card billing monthly to confirm that the card s use is limited to purchases for the benefit of the University Should a Cardholder terminate employment with the University or transfer between departments the user department has the specific obligation to reclaim the Procurement Card and return it to the Accounts Payable or Purchasing Department prior to the employee s termination date In This Section Procurement Card Policy Procurement Card Best Practices Traveling on the Procurement Card Procurement Card Risk Get a Procurement Card Procurement Card FAQs ProTrav Purchasing Accounts

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/ap-purchasing/article/procurement-card-risk (2015-11-11)
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