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Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects over 1.5 million Americans, mostly women. There’s a significant disparity in which women it most commonly affects, leading one researcher to head up a clinical trial in addressing this disparity within the disease’s largest population....

Welcome to CTSI Insider, the newsletter of the Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin. In this issue you will find news and announcements, upcoming opportunities, and an overview of services available to support you....

All throughout 2019, CTSI Discovery Radio shared stories of research and discoveries through translational science including medical improvements, innovations through research, and impactful, personal stories of perseverance and positive outcomes. We’ll reflect on all of this and more, inside this special 2019 Year In Review...

The CTSI Pilot Mobility Awards are open to those holding current Traditional Pilot Awards on track to complete all aims and objectives by the original project end date. Project proposals must demonstrate likelihood that the study will be highly competitive for extramural funding and identify...

The CTSI Traditional Pilot Awards are intended to support innovative, multidisciplinary and multi-institutional studies that advance Clinical and Translational Research. This approach has been successful and has catalyzed the formation of many multi and transdisciplinary research teams of scientists....

This summer, CTSI rolled out a program to accelerate the translation of research into the clinic and community through a novel concept referred to as the “Ensemble.”  This innovative never-before-done approach uses team-science principles to bring together a broad continuum of stakeholders, including participants of...

The curriculum for the Master’s in Clinical and Translational Science (MSCTS) degree was recently updated to incorporate the full spectrum of the translational continuum (T0 through T5) and provide additional skills and training opportunities to develop the next generation of individuals working in translational research...

I am currently completing my second year as a PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where I am pursuing a degree in Kinesiology. With the desire to positively impact the development of children’s long-term physical activity and sedentary behaviors, the opportunities provided through the...

The All of Us Research Program is a historic effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health. By considering individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology, researchers will uncover paths toward delivering precision medicine....

Ashley Schwarz, BS, has been with the MCW Clinical Trials Office (CTO) for two years as a Clinical Research Coordinator. After working as a coordinator to fulfill eligibility requirements for the certificate examination conducted by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), we are very...

The CTSI 500 Stars program has provided me with invaluable experiences and connections which have allowed me to develop both professionally and personally. I’m a young scientist and aspiring future physician-scientist, interested in innovating emergency medicine and facilitating the development of novel therapeutics to cure...

Meet the newest people to join the CTSI team this year, including five to the main office and six to the Adult Translational Unit (A-TRU)....

Are you an early career investigator looking for protected time to conduct research? Our Mentored Career Development program is now accepting applications. Full time junior faculty from the Medical College of Wisconsin are eligible to apply to conduct mentored, interdisciplinary research. Only faculty with full-time or...

NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important Reminder – Please acknowledge the NIH when publishing papers, patents, projects, and presentations resulting from the use of CTSI resources by including the NIH Funding Acknowledgement.

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