• One aspiring investigator engaged CTSI and launched his career

    Former CTSI scholar Youssef Roman isn't quite out of school but he's well on his way to becoming a succesful researcher and his metabolic disorders research is being expanded upon. More...

  • CTSI scholar presents research on Capitol Hill

    “Sharing my research with our nation’s policy-makers was a thrilling opportunity, and one that I couldn’t imagine having before I got involved with the Pathways to Research Program.” More...

  • A CTSI scholar's translational path

    A University of Minnesota assistant professor and KL2 scholar describes her team approach to research, and how CTSI is helping her become an effective independent investigator. More...

  • Access clinical data for your research

    Researchers have unprecedented access to patient data via a clinical data repository that houses the electronic medical records of more than 2 million patients. More…

  • From pilot funds to policy change

    A community-University research team secures a legislative victory a few years after receiving initial funding from CTSI. More...

    U of M researcher Rebecca Shlafer


News and events

January 5

Want to write successful health research grants? Attend this day-long seminar taught by national speaker and grantwriting expert, John D. Robertson, Ph.D., to learn practical and conceptual aspects important to the proposal writing process. Space is limited.

December 3

EPIEN Medical Inc., Vice President Jim Bracke, PhD, will present about the particular entrepreneurial challenges (regulatory, financial, and social) of developing a "disruptive" medical technology.

CTSI is now accepting applications for three of its 2016 funding and career development programs.