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The Oral Pathology Laboratory now offers histology services to researchers in support of the University's Drive to Discover! Laboratory staff can help ensure that proper fixation, processing, and staining of specimens leads to useful and reliable data. Call 612-626-6424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CTSI has accepted 19 undergraduate and professional health science students from across MN into its 2019 summer research training programs. It will provide Scholars, many from populations underrepresented in research, with knowledge, skills, and experience in translational science research.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota and Children’s Minnesota are collaborating on a study that explores the effects of racism and discrimination on children’s health and development, thanks to funding from CTSI, Children’s Minnesota, and the University’s Department of Pediatrics.
CTSI's Clinical and Translational Research Services (CTRS) group announced its grantees for stage one of its two-stage pilot funding program available to full-time University of Minnesota faculty for the planning and successful implementation of clinical interventional pilot studies.
Glenn E. Simmons Jr., PhD, Department of Biomedical Sciences at the UMN Medical School Duluth, joins CTSI's Pre-K Discovery Scholars Program beginning July 1. His pilot project will study the "Development of a novel lung cancer screening assay for high-risk patient populations."
CTSI welcomes 28 faculty and academic leaders from across UMN health sciences to the Northern LITeS: Leadership for Innovative Team Science program that aims to further leadership skills and promote team science among senior faculty.
A project that was initially funded through the Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium’s Community Discovery Program for Child Health Innovation -- managed by CTSI's Office of Discovery and Translation-- created a prototype of a solution to ease kids' dental fears and has led to a startup company.
A multidisciplinary team of experts, including those from CTSI, developed an application that recently won a national award for its design that delivers standardized questionnaires to patients and sends the resulting data to doctors.
CTSI is now accepting Letters of Intent for its two-year K-R01 Transition to Independence Program that aims to place junior investigators with K awards conducting clinical and translational research further on the path toward R01 awards. LOI submissions are due online by Noon, Wednesday, May 22.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) $1.3 million three-year contract to develop school nurse-led system to conduct active national surveillance for students who are chronically absent.