The CTSI’s 2018 accomplishments were recapped in the March 7, 2019 “Reflecting on Our Achievements, Part 2” message from David R. Nelson, M.D., interim senior vice president for health affairs, UF, president, UF Health, and CTSI director. Read the full message here: https://ufhealth.org/news/2019/2018-review-reflecting-our-achievements-part-2 The CTSI section follows: As a catalytic hub for translational research, the…
The International Mentoring Association Annual Conference will center around the theme: “Diversity in Mentoring Initiatives: Practice and Research.” Early bird rate ends Feb. 11.
The University of Florida Center for Advancing Minority Pain and Aging Science (UF CAMPAS) is seeking innovative, interdisciplinary Pilot Study applications that address biopsychosocial contributions to pain and disability among older adults. Due March 1, 2019.
This CLIC-supported event will focus on catalyzing new collaborations to bridge the translational science and agricultural extension sectors to improve rural health and health equity.
Be at the forefront of precision medicine implementation and learn about the latest strategies and technologies for bringing genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics into the clinic at the 2019 UF Precision Medicine Conference, March 7-8, 2019 in Orlando.
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.
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.
Trainees, scholars and pilot award recipients presented their work and heard from an NIH official about how to alleviate a major barrier to research: Student loans.