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July 28

This seminar for University clinical research professionals will feature presenter Michelle Lamere, MPA, Assistant Director for Education Programs at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute.

CTSI has announced the annual winners of the 2015 Community Health Collaborative Grants, which support community-University pilot research projects that address important health issues identified by Minnesota communities.

Thanks to CTSI’s Community Research Van, research teams have a new opportunity to conduct health studies out in the community at no cost to them. The mobile health lab is available by request to qualifying studies, and can be taken anywhere in the five-state area.