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.
Dr. Thomas A. Pearson, director of the CTSI Translational Workforce Development Program, was awarded the 2019 American Heart Association Council on Epidemiology and Prevention Mentoring Award, and was featured in this story by the AHA.
The Journal of Clinical and Translational Science will focus on Clinical and Translational Science to Improve Rural Health.
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.
The Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics now provides metabolomic profiling.
Patients who take new oral direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C have lower risk for developing liver cancer and other health conditions, cost less to insure in the short term, and end up spending less money on their own health care costs overall, a study by University of Florida researchers has found.
Please join Clinical and Translational Science – Informatics and Technology as they sponsor the student organization UF Data Science and Informatics, which will facilitate an introduction to Python with examples from a publicly accessible healthcare dataset. Please plan to attend the workshop with your laptop and review the pre-session setup instructions here: http://www.dsiufl.org/python-series. Light refreshments…
Part of the UF CTSI Clinical Research Professionals Advisory Council Seminar Series for research coordinators focused on career development and sharing resources.
On the evening of Thursday, March 7, the CTS-IT will upgrade REDCap from version 8.8.2 to 8.11.12. You can expect a downtime for REDCap from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. while we complete the upgrade. The new version of REDCap scheduled for release on March 7, 2019, has some new features and several improvements to…
TL1 Trainee Rachel Damiani, a PhD candidate in Mass Communications, and UF College of Journalism and Communications professor Ted Spiker explored the science of fascia in this recent Washington Post story.
The NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs) repay up to $35,000 annually of a researcher’s qualified educational debt in return for a commitment to engage in NIH mission-relevant research, and aim to help recruit and retain highly qualified health professionals into biomedical or biobehavioral research careers.