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UF CTSI Celebrates Core Values

As part of UF, CTSI believes in paving the way to excellence through connecting people, resources and ideas to across the university, the greater community and beyond. Follow along with us this week as we highlight just a few ways that CTSI embodies these core values.

2022 CTSI Town Hall

Monday, Aug. 22 | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. 2022 CTSI Town Hall Join us for an in-person Town Hall featuring keynote presentations from CTSI leadership on the current state…

Black Voices in Research

presented by the uf ctsi diversity and cultural competence council (dc3) Black Voices in Research As part of its mission to cultivate and engage in honest and vulnerable conversations about…

Clinical Research Vehicle serves East Gainesville during Community Impact Day

The UF CTSI Clinical Research Vehicle Samuel Tucker receives a COVID-19 vaccine University of Florida Health provided health outreach and lunch during a local Community Impact Day on Tuesday, June 15. The event was hosted by the Florida Central Second Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction at Upper Room Ministries in East Gainesville. The…

Black Voices In Research: Storytelling as a vehicle for change

“This event is a call to listen more deeply, to be present with one another and to invest in each other and our experiences,” said Duane Mitchell, director of the CTSI. “There is something unique to learn from each storyteller, and it is our hope that this event will be the beginning of a new chapter in our continuing mission to promote an inclusive, diverse, accessible and equitable community here at the University of Florida and within the Clinical and Translational Science Institute.”

Becoming a Resilient Scientist

This is a pilot program hosted by the UF CTSI Translational Workforce Development Program in collaboration with the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) and sponsored by the NIH/NIGMS Division of Training, Workforce Development, and Diversity.

SARS-CoV-2 and the Oral Microbiome

This series will feature UF investigators funded by the Rapid-Response Translational Research Projects to Address COVID-19 Pandemic pilot program. The goal of this program is to stimulate cross-disciplinary knowledge and research.