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UF CTSI programs teaming up to offer free baseline concussion tests for local children

Health IMPACTS for Florida and HealthStreet – two initiatives supported by the UF CTSI – will offer free baseline concussion tests for children ages 9 to 18 on Saturday, Jan. 26, and Saturday, Feb. 2, from noon to 4 p.m. at HealthStreet, 2401 S.W. Archer Rd., Gainesville. The testing is hosted by the Concussion Surveillance…

Our Continuously Learning Health System

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.

New CTSI initiatives focus on expanding access to clinical research

By Claire Baralt for The POST Only about 2 percent of the U.S. population participates in clinical research studies, according to the Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research Participation. Many people might consider participating in research but don’t know how to find studies. At the same time, studies are sometimes forced to end…

UF’s HealthStreet opens to connect Alachua County residents to health services and research

On Nov. 21, HealthStreet officially opened its doors on UF’s East Campus with a proclamation by Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe, pictured at right with HealthStreet’s Linda Cottler and Noni Graham (photos by Maria Belen Farias/University of Florida). Led by Dr. Linda Cottler, chair of the UF Department of Epidemiology and co-director of the CTSI Community…