CTSI Translational Spotlight.

Welcome to Translational Spotlight, the newsletter of the UB CTSI. Our mission is to keep leadership, faculty, trainees and community partners of the Buffalo Translational Consortium informed about developments in clinical research in Western New York and across the national CTSA network.

7/1/20
While protocols inside and outside of the CTRC have changed, researchers are ready to resume clinical research.
6/17/20
Responsible Conduct of Research, Good Clinical Practice and Scientific Communication badges were earned by 25 individuals.
6/3/20
The request for proposals seeks applications that address the impact of COVID-19 and all other areas that will advance clinical and translational science.
5/20/20
CTSI Scholar alumni look back at the impact the Mentored Career Development Award Program has had on their careers.
5/6/20
A web version of “Sofia Learns About Research” brings the character’s journey to children on tablets and laptops.
4/15/20
A recent research breakthrough could change the lives of those impacted by sleep disorders, jet lag and depression.
4/1/20
The CTSI has awarded 13 new grants to support promising translational research projects in Western New York.
3/17/20
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented, but history shows that restrictions will limit infections.
3/4/20
Joe V. Selby, MD, MPH, a national leader in patient-centered research, will keynote the fifth CTSI Annual Forum.
2/20/20
UB has been awarded a five-year, $21.7 million Clinical and Translational Science Award from NIH.
2/7/20
A gift to UB from the Murphy family has named a seminar room at the Clinical and Translational Research Center.
1/23/20
Letter of intent due dates are approaching for CTSI mentored research and career development programs.
1/8/20
CTSI digital badges in Good Clinical Practice and Effective Teaching will be offered for the first time this spring.
12/18/19
UB and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center faculty were recently recognized for their research studies.
12/4/19
Local investigators have access to state-of-the-art imaging technology at UB's Center for Biomedical Imaging.
11/20/19
UB’s CTSI Team Science Core helps multidisciplinary investigative teams increase efficiency and effectiveness.
11/6/19
A recent workshop series featuring diverse panelists explored community engagement and inclusive research.
10/16/19
Investigators present their research projects at the annual CTSI Clinical and Translational Research Colloquium.
10/2/19
The CTSI Translational Pilot Studies Program seeks projects that explore novel methodologies and technologies.
9/18/19
CTSI scholars engage in community outreach and mentoring as part of the mentored career development program.
9/6/19
The CTSI is available as a resource to help investigators ensure their research complies with federal regulations.