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Obesity Research Alliance Seminar Series Continues Dec. 12

The University of Florida Obesity Research Alliance brings several renowned researchers to campus to discuss findings, exchange ideas, and keep UF’s diverse, multidisciplinary community of obesity researchers informed about current topics and trends.

UF contributes to nationwide research effort

In a recent CBS4 feature, David R. Nelson, MD, CTSI Director, Betsy Shenkman, PhD, CTSI Co-Director, and William Hogan, MD, Director of Biomedical Informatics, discuss the importance of the All of Us research program, a nationwide effort with the goal of trying to accelerate research and improve the health of all Americans.

Obesity Research Alliance 2017-2018 seminars start Oct. 24

The University of Florida Obesity Research Alliance will bring several renowned researchers to campus starting in October to discuss findings, exchange ideas, and keep UF’s diverse, multidisciplinary community of obesity researchers informed about current topics and trends.The alliance recently wrapped up a successful first year for its annual seminar series;…

Bioscience certificate short courses now available for Fall 2017

These certificate short courses for those seeking a career in the bioscience industry are based at Biotility, at the University of Florida Center of Excellence for Regenerative Health Biotechnology in Alachua, affiliated with the CTSI Translational Workforce Development Program. Below are our course offerings for Fall 2017. HVAC Cleanroom…

2016 SECIM Metabolomics Symposium Highlights

The Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, a SECIM partner, hosted the third annual event in Lake Nona on May 3-4. Sixteen speakers from 10 institutions led sessions on metabolomics platforms, data analysis and applications.

Inaugural Precision Medicine Conference a success

The inaugural Precision Medicine Conference hosted by UF College of Pharmacy and organized by CTSI's UF Health Personalized Medicine Program attracted more than 150 pharmacists and pharmacy educators interested in clinical pharmacogenomics.