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The MSOE SMART Team program (Students Modeling a Research Topic) is currently recruiting translational researchers to mentor teams of high school students in a minimally invasive protein modeling project.  The goal of the program is to expose students to the real world of science –...

The CTSI is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Knudson, MD, as Co-Director of the CTSI Biomedical informatics Program. Dr. Knudson is an associate professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Clinical Nutrition at MCW and serves as a co-Director...

On August 4th Marquette University and CTSI celebrated the launching of the new graduate program (both Ph.D. and M.S.) in Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Health Science (CTRH), recently approved by the Marquette Board of Trustees. The purpose of these programs is to train investigators within...

Every day research scholars and clinicians around the world generate considerable amounts of biomedical data. The data is produced in multiple formats, including natural languages, medical/biological images, proteomic, and gene expression from various tissues and cell lines. It is impossible for any human being to...

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