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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...

CTSI is here to serve you! We offer a variety of resources and opportunities via our robust infrastructure that are available to you, our research enterprise; healthcare enterprise, and the communities we serve (Tri-lateral Mutually Learning Ecosystem) that stretches across CTSI partner institutions....

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is pleased to announce a new workshop series addressing the fundamentals of multidisciplinary team development and optimization for the successful conduct of clinical and translational research. The workshop will offer participants a theoretical and practical...

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