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The last two Science Cafés of the My Genes/My Health Series took place in October and November. On October 16th, Cecilia Hillard, PhD led a discussion based on her presentation The Weed Within: Endocannabinoids Regulate Your Mood and Response to Stress. Dr. Hillard discussed new insights into...

The advanced technologies and capabilities involved in the generation of individual genomic data are rapidly ushering the medical sciences toward exciting new possibilities regarding personalized medical care and preventative medicine, however this is a complex multi-faceted issue. The most effective and productive path for researchers,...

Reza Shaker, MD, Joseph E. Geenen Professor and Chief, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research at MCW and CTSI Director has developed a device that is designed to minimize or eliminate symptoms of extraesophageal acid reflux disease (EERD)...

TIES – a tool from the University of Pittsburgh CTSI presented by Rebecca Crowley, M.D., M.S. Are you looking for a method to de-identify & query your data repository – tune in and check out what TIES has to offer! TIES (Tissue Information Extraction System) is an...

The CTSI-MSTP joint sessions bring MSTP trainees and K awardees together to create a community of clinical and translational researchers. The objectives of the sessions are to provide insight into clinical and translational process and to provide the MSTP trainees and K awardees an opportunity...

On October 2nd almost 100 participants representing over 40 disciplines gathered at the UWM School of Continuing Education for a one-day workshop hosted by the CTSI’s Community Engagement Program. Thomas Concannon, PhD, Health Services Researcher, Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies at Tufts Medical...

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is accepting proposals for its annual Research Growth Initiative (RGI). Proposals for collaborative research are encouraged, provided UWM faculty and scientists are lead investigators. The program funds one-year seed proposals and PIs are expected to seek external funding after the RGI...

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