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In a recent Gainesville Sun article David R. Nelson, MD, CTSI Director and Betsy Shenkman, PhD, CTSI Co-Director, encourage members of the Gainesville community to take part in All of Us, a nationwide research effort with the goal of trying to accelerate research and improve the health of all Americans.
Are you a predoctoral student interested in clinical and translational research? The CTSI TL1 Predoctoral Training Program provides predoctoral trainees with the skills required to develop a career in multidisciplinary clinical and translational research.
Join a panel scientists as they discuss breakthroughs related to disease management, how to reduce health disparities among underrepresented populations, and resources for patients and caregivers on September 27, 2018 at 6 p.m. hosted by HealthStreet, a community-engaged research initiative of the UF CTSI.
The Fall 2018 CTSI Pilot RFA supports a full spectrum of clinical and translational research. Three types of 18-month awards are available through this RFA: Trainee (up to $7,500 per award), Junior Faculty (up to $20,000 per award), and Novel Methods and Technologies (up to $25,000 per award).
Meet two KL2 Scholars, emergency-medicine assistant professors Jennifer Fishe, MD, and Henry Young, MD, and learn about their research.
More than 60 clinical research professionals from UF who have earned specialty certifications in the field of research from national and worldwide associations were honored recently at a reception hosted by the CTSI.