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Come and learn about the Real-Time IRB review process from investigators, study staff, and IRB members who have had their research reviewed via this innovative mechanism. Presenters will discuss the Real-Time IRB review process, studies that are best suited for this type of review, and...

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...

Dr. Zeno Franco, assistant professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine was recently named a 2017 Health Care Hero by Milwaukee Business News along with 4 other MCW faculty.  The Health Care Heros awards are presented annually by BizTimes Milwaukee to honor the positive...

As a CTSI TL1 scholar, I have been provided with the time and resources to focus on my development as a clinical/translational science researcher. The multi-theoretical training provided by this program has exposed me to innovative techniques that will extend my research program in directions...

I am currently a fourth-year clinical psychology doctoral student at Marquette University and a student mentee in the CTSI Scientific Teams Advancing Research Translations (START) TL1 Mentored Translational Research Training Program. Being a student mentee in the TL1 program has been invaluable, given my desire to...

We are in the process of restructuring the Adult Translational Research Unit (A-TRU) staffing and services to more robustly support investigator needs and would like feedback from the investigator and coordinator community. If you are an investigator or coordinator that uses or plans on using the Adult...

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 full...

Background: The CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin is in the process of restructuring the Adult Translational Research Unit (A-TRU) staffing and services to more robustly support investigator needs. Town Hall Meeting Purpose: Generate investigator and coordinator feedback to collaboratively optimize planning and restructuring of the A-TRU. This...

In academic medicine, post-doctoral fellows are often at the forefront of scientific research. But not all post-docs stay in academics. On today’s show, we’ll discover an organization that’s helping post-docs gain experience from industry, while providing knowledge to industry. It’s known as PICO, or Postdoc...

Come and learn about the Real-Time IRB review process from investigators, study staff, and IRB members who have had their research reviewed via this innovative mechanism. Presenters will discuss the Real-Time IRB review process, studies that are best suited for this type of review, and...

Are you an early career investigator who craves opportunities to attack challenging research questions with unconventional approaches?  If so we need you for an Innovation Lab to re-imagine research on lifestyle and health.  Innovation Labs are a facilitated 5-day collaborative journey in planning creative and audacious...

2017 was another year packed with interesting stories of research and discoveries through translational science, and every month CTSI Discovery Radio brought them to you. We learned about a public health crisis that’s claiming lives in our community and a project helping bring new lives...

NIBIB and NCATS announce the availability of NIBIB Supplements to NCATS CTSA Programs for Translational Research Teams of Quantitative Researchers and Clinician-Scientists (Admin Supp) This program aims to facilitate partnerships where a clinician-scientist and a quantitative researcher, with a background in engineering or the computational or...

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,...

Prize-winning team will receive $5000 for continued research. Application deadline is May 1, 2018. The American Psychological Association's Prize for Interdisciplinary Team Research recognizes an interdisciplinary research team that includes one or more psychological scientists in major roles and has produced significant scientific work. The team...

Perhaps by now you’ve already heard about Precision Medicine, the revolutionary new approach of improving healthcare to the meet specific needs of individuals. On today’s show, we’ll share insight into a bold, exciting nationwide research program, designed to accelerate progress toward a new age of...

Clinical Scholars is a leadership development opportunity for practitioners from diverse fields of health care. Interdisciplinary teams of clinicians collaborate across sectors, tackling complex health problems in their communities, and building a Culture of Health nationwide. The Clinical Scholars program seeks audiologists, clinical counselors, dentists, dieticians, nurses, occupational therapists, pharmacists, physical...

Save the Date! Mark Your Calendar for Translational Science 2018, April 19-21 at the Marriott Wardman Park. Check back for more information soon. The mission of the Translational Science annual meeting is to bring together all of the disciplines involved in clinical and translational research, for the shared benefits...

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