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Throughout 2018, CTSI Discovery Radio brought you fascinating stories of research and discoveries through translational science each month, including a look at the past, present and future of Precision Medicine, medical breakthroughs and innovations through team science, and encouraging impactful stories of positive and successful...

Welcome to CTSI Insider, the newsletter of the Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin. In this issue you will find news and announcements, including upcoming opportunities and events, and research trainings, as well as an overview of services available to support you....

NCATS has announced funding opportunities to use partially developed therapeutic candidates (also known as assets) to identify new treatments for a broad range of diseases. Through the templates for research agreements between academic institutions and pharmaceutical companies, the New Therapeutic Uses program significantly shortens the...

The TRU continues to implement changes as part of the restructuring process that we started earlier in 2018. Strategic Update meetings were held in September-October to share feedback from the initial Town Hall Meetings in February-March and results of the survey that was distributed in...

The 2019 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings will be taking place March 4 – 5, 2019 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. Established meetings: Collaboration & Engagement DTF Communications Methods & Processes DTF KL2 Principal Investigators TL1 Principal Investigators Workforce Development DTF Additional...

Being a CTSI TL1 scholar has been a unique and valuable experience which has cultivated my development as a translational researcher. As a third-year doctoral student in Marquette University’s Clinical Psychology program, I am responsible for graduate coursework, clinical practicum, managing a research lab, working as...

Greetings, my name is Kenyon Proby. I have been a part of CTSI’s 500 Stars Program for two years. CTSI has opened my eyes to the world of science in a way that I would have never imagined, through research. There are many issues in the...

CLIC has been working to create and implement a website tool to foster collaboration and communication among the CTSA Program consortium. The CLIC Forum is now live. One of the goals of the CTSA Program is to encourage team science and to tackle system-wide scientific and...

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