Projects focused on youth literacy and CPR training have received CTSI seed grants.
University at Buffalo research coordinators discuss what is important for community members to know about study participation.
Discover how translational science is helping researchers overcome bottlenecks and roadblocks to accelerate new healthcare innovations.
The CTSI awarded 13 new grants in 2023 to support innovative translational research projects in Western New York.
In order to help explain how a vaccine works, the CTSI and community partners created downloadable, multi-language infographics.
When COVID-19 hit, local leaders tasked Peter Winkelstein, MD, with leading modeling efforts to project the path of the pandemic.
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Projects focused on youth literacy and on supporting CPR training in Buffalo churches have received 2024 CTSI Community Partnership Development Seed Grants.
The University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute 2024 Annual Forum will be held at the CTRC on Wednesday, March 20.