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October 21

11:30am-12:30pm |  Mayo Memorial Auditorium

Biomedical science is in an era of unprecedented accomplishment, but there isn’t a concomitant improvement in meaningful health outcomes. So how can the needs and opportunities of translational science be met?

CTSI announced 10 new scholars will join its Translational Research Development Program (TRDP), which gives postdoctoral and predoctoral trainees an opportunity to gain experience in clinical and translational research.

CTSI recognized 12 researchers for having outstanding posters and presentations at the third annual CTSI Poster Session & Reception held on September 15.