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The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is now soliciting for SBIR Advance grant applications from SBIR/STTR Phase I and Phase II awardees. SBIR Advance grants are used for commercialization activities that accelerate business development and improve company opportunities for Phase II and Phase III federal awards,...

When a research scientist’s work revealed that kids today are losing their passion for learning, she took action to address this critical issue in child development. On today’s show, discover how her research lead first to a best-selling book, and now a program teaching the...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin congratulates Bradley Taylor, CTSI Chief Research Informatics Officer, on his selection into the inaugural class of 130 Fellows with the American Medical Informatics Association’s (AMIA) newly established FAMIA Applied Informatics Recognition Program. The program is established...

The CTSI 500 Stars Initiative is seeking preceptors/supervisors to host its 2019 Summer Internship Program participants. Preceptors/supervisors are responsible for providing educational and research experience in their respective career focus. The program aims to provide its participants with a broad range of opportunities in various health...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin announces the 2019 Request for Applications (RFA) for the Scientific Teams Advancing Research Translations (START) TL1 Mentored Translational Research Training Program. The overall goal of START TL1 Program award is to increase the number of well-trained...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin Announces the 2019 Request for Applications (RFA) for the Clinical Research Scholars Program for junior faculty committed to pursuing careers in academic medicine as independently funded, clinical and translational investigators. CTSI is accepting Clinical Research Scholars Program...

Research suggests there’s compelling evidence that growing up in poverty negatively impacts early childhood brain development, resulting in lower academic achievement and diminishing long-term health outcomes. On today’s show, learn about research investigating the neuroscience of poverty. We’ll also discover a clinical trial that’s testing...

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