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June 10

This seminar for University clinical research professionals will cover using i2b2 for clinical study feasibility and CTSI's Informatics Consulting Service (ICS) to support clinical study recruitment.

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) announced eight new scholars will join its Translational Research Development Program (TRDP).

Five research projects were awarded through a program that supports health research projects that intend to develop a novel therapeutic compound, device, diagnostic, or IT product, and have the potential to be commercialized.