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September 16

9-10am | Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building | Minneapolis

Researchers now have a simpler, more effective way to access data from Minnesota death certificate records, with the launch of a new database from CTSI. CTSI will fulfill requests for death certificate record data at no charge to researchers, registries, and transplant databases at the University of Minnesota and Fairview.

The new online resource houses tools, guidance, and information about every step of the research process, from applying for funding and setting up a study to conducting research and sharing results.