NIH issues $42 million to expand UMN's health research impact
CTSI receives $42.6 million in renewed National Institutes of Health funding through the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program to help researchers and research professionals bring discoveries into clinical practice to improve Minnesotans' health. More...
Comprehensive CTSI support poised a U researcher for success
When Susan Everson-Rose, PhD, MPH, had an idea that could help heart attack survivors, she turned to CTSI for support making the jump from concept to pilot study to major grant application. More…
How U researchers leveraged internal resources to launch a tech start-up
“We just recently launched our start-up, yet we’ve already attracted customers and $800,000 in seed funding. I don’t think we’d be where we are now without TPDF support, which enabled us to prove our technology’s commercial viability.”
- Daryl Gohl, PhD, recipient of the CTSI-administered TPDF award. More…
How U faculty mentors are advancing the next generation of health researchers
Three young researchers in our career development programs share how their CTSI mentors are helping them flourish. More…
Researchers help shape national dental care model with CTSI support
Two University of Minnesota School of Dentistry researchers are at the forefront of an emerging profession that is extending dental care access to rural, underserved Minnesota communities, and through CTSI research support, the budding profession is a national model. More...
HCMC-CTSI build biostatistics partnership to advance health research
A one-off project has blossomed into a partnership between CTSI biostatiticians and Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) researchers that has "transformed" their statistical analysis and elevated the overall quality of their research, resulting in multiple grants and manuscripts. More...
A treatment advances closer to clinical trials with CTSI support
A potentially life-saving treatment being co-developed by a team of University of Minnesota researchers that could help people survive severe blood loss is advancing with funding, support, and expertise from CTSI and other University groups. More...
Researchers tap into multiple CTSI programs to drive policy changes
There’s tremendous value in engaging groups outside the University in research, but many investigators face challenges trying to make that a reality. Two U of M researchers cleared these hurdles with support from CTSI—generating findings that would influence local and national health policy. More...
CTSI training helps junior investigator secure $1.77 million grant
School of Public Health Assistant Professor Tetyana Shippee gained research training, support, and skills through CTSI's KL2 research career development program, which helped her land a $1.77 million R01 grant to further her research aimed at improving nursing home residents' quality of life. More...
CTSI funding helps U of M researcher and community team tackle substance abuse problem
After seeing her rural Minnesota community struggle with a growing heroin and opioid addiction problem, Laura Palombi, PharmD, MPH, secured a CTSI grant to hold a community forum, and worked along side a drug abuse task force to ultimately help solve the problem. More...
The fourth annual Pediatric Device Breakthrough Collaborative event, hosted by the Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium (PDIC), supported by CTSI, and held in conjunction with the Design of Medical Devices conference, recently attracted 60 medical device industry representatives, innovators, clinicians, and investors with a common goal of improving pediatric health and medical technology.
New undergraduate and professional health science students are set to begin their CTSI summer research training June 4. The 2018 cohort joins more than 110 scholars who have gained knowledge, skills, and experience in translational science research through the programs since 2012.
CTSI is accepting Letters of Intent through noon, April 30 for its junior faculty scholar program that aims to develop the next generation of clinical and translational investigators through structured training with a mentored, multidisciplinary clinical research emphasis.
CTSI received more than $42.6 million over five years in renewed National Institutes of Health funding through the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program, which aims to accelerate the application of clinical and translational research discoveries to help people live healthier, longer lives
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