Pineda is the assistant director for clinical research, IDEA, and chair of the Diversity and Cultural Competence Council (DC3) at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, or CTSI.
At CTSI, we lead with integrity and distinction in all our endeavors. Excellence requires continuous improvement, accountability, and the courage to recognize that there is always more we can do to deliver the highest quality performance. CTSI embodies excellence in many ways, and today we will showcase just one resource…
Biotility is excited to announce that the Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam (BACE) has been added to the Texas Education Authority’s list of approved Industry Recognized Credentials (IRCs) AND approved by the Washington State Board of Education!
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.
There are only around 25 cities in the entire country that host a $1 billion per year university research enterprise. Gainesville is now one of those cities.
A new $3.7 million UF-led research grant seeks to get ahead of the COVID curve and predict the next one.
The latest updates for REDCap project billing broken down in an FAQ format.
We are sad to announce the departure of Brian Sevier, PhD, at the end of July as he embarks on an exciting new opportunity with Yale.
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…
Join us to celebrate the research of MD-PhD students, and CTSI trainees, scholars and pilot awardees representing multiple departments and colleges across the University of Florida.