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July 8

This seminar for University clinical research professionals will feature presenters Frances Spalding from Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA) and Katherine Chew from the Bio-Medical Library.

CTSI announced seven new scholars will join its faculty career development programs, which support University junior investigators as they build independent research careers.

Gretchen Sieger and Kathleen McKay, PhD, recently joined CTSI’s Informatics Consulting Service (ICS), which helps investigators efficiently and effectively leverage data and information for their health research.