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Research Support

Research Help

To help you with scientific writing, GME has identified a well experienced clinician scientist who is willing to review and offer you suggestions on first drafts of research abstracts, posters, grants, and publications. This faculty member is David Stern, MD. Dr. Stern can be reached by dropping by his office in 212A Coleman, calling his cell to set up a meeting (901.598.0982), or by sending your document for review to and request a review/critique or a meeting.


The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a committee established to assist in protecting the rights and welfare of human participants involved in research activities.

Printing Instructions

  1. Create a .pdf and .ppt file of your poster.
  2. Contact UT print shop through email (, phone (901.448.5553) or in person (910 Madison Avenue, C20, Memphis, TN 38163).
  3. Fill the UT print request form. Contact Amanda Roberts at to get the payment account information to complete the form.
  4. Coordinate the printing process with print shop. Usually takes 3-5 days minimum.
  5. Pick up your poster when you receive notification from print shop.


Have a research question/idea and need help in developing a research project? Email us at

Research Software

Looking for softwares such as Endnote, SPSS, SAS and more?  UTK offers all of this through the Software Distribution page.

Evidence-Based Medicine:  Searching for Evidence

Lost during literature search? Checkout Leah Cordova's presentation on how to search for evidence!

Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design Unit Assistance

The Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) Unit of iRISE offers assistance to investigators at three locations on campus, in addition to “Virtual BERD” meetings, via Zoom. Residents can, with advance registration, come in for biostatistics, epidemiology, and research design consultations. These consultations are intended to help researchers understand the underlying statistical aspects of their research design so they can adequately plan projects (e.g. study design, analytic approaches, simple power analyses). Register for a BERD Clinic session.


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May 26, 2022