|Potential partners in research and/or grant writing are found by pitching
your ideas wherever and whenever: Among your departmental colleagues,
when talking to colleagues in other departments and other institutions,
with fellow attendees at professional conferences, and by contacting people
who have published in your field. The internet has made this networking
faster and more efficient -- email especially is a method of choice
for building collaborations. Within the Cook County Bureau
of Health Services you may find valuable contacts at:
CCH investigators have been very active in the annual Rush
University Research Forum, sponsored by CCH's academic affiliate, Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke's
Medical Center. Faculty directories are found in many of the
Departmental home pages.
You can also look up faculty of Loyola
University, the academic affiliate of Provident Hospital, and Departments
of the Stritch
School of Medicine.
Other local universities also have on-line faculty/staff directories,
A comprehensive set of links to university and college home pages
can be found in a state-by-state
guide provided by the University of Texas, Austin.
Potential collaborators may also be found by searching links to Illinois
In addition, professionals with similar interests may be found at the
Department of Public Health, and in a number of Illinois
Finally, many professional membership organizations maintain on-line
directories. Links to many such organizations can be found by searching
maintained by Emory University.
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