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It’s the most commonly diagnosed chromosomal condition in the U.S. On today’s show, learn about Down Syndrome and hear from a mother who shares her family’s experience with it. Plus, discover a project that’s improving the quality of life for kids with cognitive and physical...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is pleased to announce the new Clinical Trialist 101 Seminar Series addressing foundational level clinical trials research development and management. This program offers a six-part presentation in person and online via Zoom. Registration is now...

“An introduction to big data mining of electronic health records with Jupyterhub, R, SQL and SAS” Presented by: Kristen Osinski, Senior Enterprise Business Analyst Rodney Sparapani, PhD, Associate Professor of Biostatistics Bradley Taylor, MBA, Chief Research Informatics Officer, CTSI  Course Objective:  Since the Affordable Care Act mandated meaningful usage of...

The Dean’s Award in Clinical & Translational Research was created to recognize MCW faculty and staff who have made a significant contribution to advancing translational science to improve the health of our patients through research and discovery. The Award will be presented at the MCW...

The Clinical and Translational Science of Southeast WI (CTSI) invites applications for the Mentored Career Development Awards to support the research efforts and career development of junior faculty dedicated to clinical and translational research towards becoming independent investigators. The overall goal of the Program is...

CTSI launches a new program to support our clinical and translational investigators, clinicians, and other stakeholders. This opportunity will lead to new capabilities and resources for deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms supported by high performance computing that advances our footprint in the clinical...

Precision Medicine continues to gain momentum in U.S. healthcare, and it’s specifically impacting the field of Otolaryngology in our community, including addressing disparities in patient treatment and outcomes. Discover the road to Oto-Clinomics, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!...

Since the completion of human genome project in 2003, genomics has progressively come to play a central role in basic and translational research. Over the last two decades, numerous genomic technologies, bioinformatics and computational tools have been developed to accelerate the discovery of genomic information...

LOI Due: June 13, 2022 | This Call for Applications aims to provide training opportunities for junior faculty working in clinical and translational research to become independent investigators who are capable of developing and executing collaborative research on the platform of team science. This 3-year...

It’s a disorder that causes loss of pigment in tissues and can significantly impact the visual system. Hear from a mother whose son’s diagnosis lead to the discovery that it’s been in her family for generations. It’s all about albinism…inside this edition of CTSI Discovery...

Extended Deadline for Intent to Apply: June 8th | The CTSI Translational and Clinical Studies Program Traditional Pilot Awards are supported by the Medical College of Wisconsin and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Up to 5 meritorious projects will be awarded at up to $50,000...

Observational Studies are distinctly different from the Randomized Controlled Trails (RCT). RCTs are used for estimating Averaged Treatment Effects (ATE) and heavily rely on impartial randomization to treatment groups. Randomization is not possible in observational studies preventing direct ATE estimation. Instead, Averaged Causal Effect (ACE)...

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is pleased to welcome Joni L. Rutter, PhD, acting director of the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) for a visit and invited lecture, “NCATS: Where Science Goes to Become Health”, to the Medical College...

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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