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Special Biomedical Informatics Seminar May 16

Integrative Multi-scale Biomedical Informatics

Joel Saltz, MD, PhD
Director, Center for Comprehensive Informatics
Emory University

Ohio CTSAs Receive Boost for Clinical Trials

Medical Corridor Initiative makes $1.98 million grant to the Ohio Clinical Trials Collaborative, a partnership of the state’s 3 CTSA institutions.

Research Ethics Special Seminar April 22

Nanibaa’ Garrison, PhD will present Lessons Learned, Opportunities Missed: The Havasupai Case and its Impact on Informed Consent in Genetic Research


CCTST Health Transformation Dinner and Awards Program April 23

Featuring a special guest presentation by Adewale Troutman, MD, MPH, MA, CPH, Professor and Director of Public Health Practice and Leadership, University of South Florida.

CCTST Special Biomedical Informatics Seminars Offered in April

Learn more about the role of informatics in biomedical research at these free seminars April 5, 11 [new date] and 16.

CCTST Community Engagement Speaker Series March 25

Focus was on obesity prevention, featuring Philadelphia health commissioner Donald Schwarz, MD, MPH and The Food Trust's supermarket campaign director Brian Lang, MGA.  Video available soon.

Research Ethics Special Seminar Slides Available

Slides of the March 4 presentation “Enabling the Choice (Not) to Receive Medically Actionable Genomic Research Results” by Christian Simon, MA, PhD of the University of Iowa are now available for viewing.

Empirical Bioethics Conference a Success

Presenters' slides are now available.

SLIDES AVAILABLE: CCTST Grand Rounds on Public Health Indicators, Community Research Feb. 15

Presenters' slides from the Feb. 15 CCTST Grand Rounds on the use of clinical and public health indicators and community research resources are available for viewing.

Translational Research Pilot Grants Announced

The CCTST Pilot & Collaborative Translational & Clinical Studies (PCS) core has announced the awardees of FY 2014 “T1” pilot grants.  The program is designed to foster T1 (translation one) research, which seeks to apply clinical or basic research knowledge in an identifiable pathway towards the development of trials and studies in humans. 


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