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CTSI established the Child Advancement Network (CAN) as a broad-based, comprehensive, and innovative approach to child health via partnerships, advocacy, and collaborations aimed at advancing the wellbeing of children across domains of health, “Achieving Together What We Cannot Achieve Alone”. Visit the CAN website...

The CTSI Ensemble Review Committee recently approved six Ensembles for funding and support. These multidisciplinary teams were formed in the summer of 2019, and each team spent the past several months meeting regularly to build a team-science focus around an unmet medical need faced by...

The CTSI Science Cafés and Nucleating Workshops are well-established “Community Translational Science/Research pathways” that enable our CTSI Circle of Community Engagement activities, participation in, and moreover, advancement of clinical and translational science/research (C&TR)....

CTSI administration has been working with A-TRU staff towards restructuring its operations to increase available resources for investigators and to enhance your experience the team and their service offerings. The A-TRU team has grown to 11 staff members with a dedicated Medical Director, Administrator, Nurse Manager,...

As a CTSI scholar, I had a great experience participating in Clinical Research Scholars Program. The program introduced me to the available research resources on MCW campus and beyond, helped me develop skills in grant writing, and enabled new multidisciplinary collaborations yielding several publications and...

I am a third-year doctoral student at the Medical College of Wisconsin and a member of the Scientific Teams Advancing Research Translations (START) TL1 Mentored Clinical Research Training Program.  The TL1 program has allowed me to focus solely on research, develop my skills as a...

As a CTSI 500 Stars scholar, I was granted the opportunity to work in the Surgical Oncology lab of Drs. T. Clark Gamblin and Muthusamy Kunnimalaiyaan. I participated in research on RNA interference as a treatment to pancreatic cancer by collecting data on the efficacy...

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