Each of UCLA CTSI's partner institutions provides access to videoconferencing resources. To learn more about the videoconferencing resources at your institution, click on the links below.
There are 13 rooms available for meeting reservations located in the Center for Health Sciences (CHS), Goldshmied Neuroscience and Genetics Research Center (Gonda), Neuroscience Research Building (NRB) and the MacDonald Research Laboratories (MRL).
Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BIOMED)
For IT support, contact Paul Bui at email@example.com
For room reservations contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Telemedicine and eHealth Center at Harbor-LA Biomed includes staff and equipment to support multiple activities, including patient care through telemedicine, telemicroscopy for both pathology and research purposes, tele-education using Polycom videoconferencing systems, and mobile videoconferencing for patient care and clinical research protocols. The resources will be supplied to any faculty or staff at Harbor-LA Biomed for any of the objectives outlined above. Specifically, the center is based in the Liu Research Center (RB3) where the CTSI informatics core is located and includes the following resources:
Before contacting for videoconference support: individuals interested in taking part in a videoconference need to reserve a room in which to conduct the videoconference (CDU rooms include Bldg. N conference room, Cobb SimCenter 131, AFH 3071, or the LRC).
Then, individuals should contact David Ramos, Sylvia Merino and Richard Lindstrom with the room, day, time, and requirements (specify if they attending a presentation from elsewhere, or doing a presentation including slides etc.). This request should be made at LEAST a week prior to the conference so videoconference contacts can determine who is available to assist, and ensure that the room systems/presenter computer are configured properly and tested before the conference.
CDU contacts are:
For more information and assistance, contact:
Marisa Briones, Ph.D.