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It affects over 26 million Americans, including more than 6 million children. Fortunately, it is treatable.On today’s show, we’ll focus on asthma and efforts to improve treatments for it. We’ll also learn about an asthma-related study that’s focusing on air-quality in daycares. And we’ll discover...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is now accepting applications for the Start-up Award within the Pilot Translational & Clinical Studies Program to support pilot preparatory work. Start-up projects are small, short-term feasibility studies for the purpose of developing a strong, highly...

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

The Medical Student Summer Research Program (MSSRP) has a long history at MCW. This past fall, the MCW Medical Student and Summer Research Programs was re-launched and renamed as the "Summer Academic programs for Medical Students” or SAMS for short (P is silent). We will...

The CTSI Child Advancement Network (CAN)/Vroom Wisconsin Initiative is making tremendous strides in the community to share the importance of early brain development through Vroom with our partners in childcare, health care, schools, nonprofit and faith-based sectors. Our goal is to meet children where they...

As you may know, the CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin has administered REDCap for over 12 years. We have over 580 research projects, and hundreds of quality improvement and administrative projects, with an active user base of over 1,800 individual users. You also may know that REDCap continually develops more...

It’s something we all do, or need to do, for good health: Sleep. On today’s show, learn about disorders that can affect healthy sleep from a sleep expert. We’ll also learn about sleep studies that can help overcome sleep disorders. And we’ll focus our CTSI...

NCATS is accepting pre-proposals to collaborate with the Center’s intramural scientists to advance promising compounds, drug candidates, and human cell-based models for pain, addiction, and overdose through pre-clinical development. The research collaborations are part of the NIH HEAL (Helping to End Addiction Long-term℠) Initiative. Pre-proposals will...

Are you conducting multi-site clinical research? If so, there are opportunities for collaboration with the Trial Innovation Network and its partner the Recruitment Innovation Center. The vision for the Trial Innovation Network is to innovatively address critical roadblocks in clinical research and accelerate the translation...

The All of Us research program recently completed its first year on a national level, and All of Us Wisconsin will soon wrap up its first year as well. We’ll update you on the largest medical research program in our nation’s history. And later,...

Throughout 2018, CTSI Discovery Radio brought you fascinating stories of research and discoveries through translational science each month, including a look at the past, present and future of Precision Medicine, medical breakthroughs and innovations through team science, and encouraging impactful stories of positive and successful...

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

NCATS has announced funding opportunities to use partially developed therapeutic candidates (also known as assets) to identify new treatments for a broad range of diseases. Through the templates for research agreements between academic institutions and pharmaceutical companies, the New Therapeutic Uses program significantly shortens the...

The TRU continues to implement changes as part of the restructuring process that we started earlier in 2018. Strategic Update meetings were held in September-October to share feedback from the initial Town Hall Meetings in February-March and results of the survey that was distributed in...

The 2019 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings will be taking place March 4 – 5, 2019 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. Established meetings: Collaboration & Engagement DTF Communications Methods & Processes DTF KL2 Principal Investigators TL1 Principal Investigators Workforce Development DTF Additional...

Being a CTSI TL1 scholar has been a unique and valuable experience which has cultivated my development as a translational researcher. As a third-year doctoral student in Marquette University’s Clinical Psychology program, I am responsible for graduate coursework, clinical practicum, managing a research lab, working as...

Greetings, my name is Kenyon Proby. I have been a part of CTSI’s 500 Stars Program for two years. CTSI has opened my eyes to the world of science in a way that I would have never imagined, through research. There are many issues in the...

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