Four UF research teams will engage stakeholders in nine-month projects focused on autism, COPD, dental emergencies and obesity disparities.
Read about the CTSI's 2013 accomplishments as highlighted in the January columns of On the Same Page by Dr. David S. Guzick, UF senior vice president for health affairs and president of UF Health.
With a five-year, $9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics will help chart the course of biomedical discovery in the newest of the “-omics” frontiers.
As doctors prepare to manage an influx of new hepatitis C patients and treatment options, a collaboration among academia, industry and the FDA is poised to deliver real-world data that can help.
The UF CTSI is funded in part by the National Institutes of Health's Clinical and Translational Science Award program, which is led by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and supports a consortium of 62 leading medical research institutions.
This NIH grant, awarded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, will advance the CTSI-led Personalized Medicine Program to more patients and health care providers across Florida.
In interviews with nearly 6,000 residents of five U.S. cities, African-Americans were more likely than other racial and ethnic groups to express an interest in participating in medical research.
The IDR securely collects and organizes data from across UF Health's clinical and research enterprises. Using the i2b2 Limited Data Set, researchers can query the IDR to identify cohort counts for grant proposals, clinical trials and IRB protocols.
Four initiatives championed by the UF CTSI - UF Consent2Share, the UF Health Integrated Data Repository, the CTSI Biorepository and HealthStreet - are discussed in On the Same Page.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Personalized medicine — a concept in which an understanding of a patient’s genetic makeup is used to enhance treatment — has arrived at UFHealth, the University of Florida Academic Health Center. Under a new standard of care, UF doctors will help ward off…