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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 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...

On October 8-10th, 2018 the Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin and Child Advancement Network (CAN), led by Dr. Doriel Ward, Principal Investigator and Executive Director, held the first Mind in the Making Institute led by Erin Ramsey of the Bezos Family Foundation and graciously...

Andrea Moosreiner has been a registered dietitian with the CTSI Adult Translational Research Unit for the past 8 years. She holds a graduate degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Public Health and understands that eating right is different for everyone. Her nutrition knowledge is rooted...

The CTSI community has come together once again to work in partnership in interdisciplinary research teams to advance research discoveries that lead to improved health.  The CTSI Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies Program advocates, facilitates and fosters the continuum of research from bench to bedside...

At CTSI we recently submitted our Annual Progress Report (APR) to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and NCATS.  While the APR is always an undertaking for our staff, faculty and programs, it provides an opportunity to reflect on our goals and progress to-date, areas...

Leslie Bojar, BBA is the CTSI Business Operations Coordinator. Her role is crucial in the stability of our department. She manages coordination of financial and business processes including: pre-award, post-award, purchasing, budgeting, and receivables within the CTSI. Leslie also acts as liaison with Human Resources...

The primary objective of the Nucleating Workshops is to develop and facilitate multidisciplinary team research collaborations targeting specific health topics identified by the community. In addition, workshops aim to involve a more diverse group of stakeholders, thus expanding team diversity. Members of the community, patients,...

The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) has been awarded a five-year, $20 million Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. This competitive grant renewal will fund the work of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin (CTSI), a consortium...

The Dean's Award in Clinical & Translational Science was created to recognize MCW faculty and staff who have made a significant contribution to advancing translational science. The Award will be presented at the MCW Convocation Ceremony on October 6, 2015. Please take a moment to...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) held a conference, "Building Collaborations for Patient Safety and Quality Improvement", on Tuesday, September 16th at Marquette University’s Alumni Memorial Union’s Grand Ballroom and brought together a variety of academic and health care institutions from...

If you sit down with Allison Hyngstrom, PT, PhD, she will tell you that success early on in your career doesn’t come without the right resources, great mentors, meaningful collaborations and … campaigning?...

Before the popularity of yogurts, probiotic drinks or supplements, Dr. John Baker and his team observed a connection between the good bacteria living in your intestines and improved heart health. Dr. Baker and his team confirmed their observations in animal models over the past year. Now,...

Where will the next generation of drugs come from? A major new initiative is helping industry and academic institutions "break down the barriers" to new drug development. The CTSI Regional Drug Discovery and Repurposing Initiative (DDRI) aims to expedite the development of new drugs and...

This month, we invited our partner organizations to answer two questions: "What is CTSI doing right?" and "What can CTSI do better?" As part of the Institute’s robust regional strategic planning process, CTSI Director, Dr. Reza Shaker, is soliciting new, innovative ideas from all institutional members...

Bradley Taylor has been named Chief Research Informatics Officer at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he leads Biomedical Informatics for the Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin. He and his team integrate information technology systems, electronic health records, clinical databases, and tissue...

The Clinical and Translational Science Award consortium helps advance the goals of NIH institutes and centers. Working to support the NIH's mission to enhance public health and reduce the burden of disease and disability, the Consortium, CTSA sites, and CTSA investigators engage in ongoing dialogue with...

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Dr. Reza Shaker has been chosen as a 2012 Distinguished Service Award recipient. This award is the Medical College’s highest faculty honor. It is given to members of the MCW community who have achieved exceptional personal distinction and in turn, have brought prestige to the...

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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