COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/20/2021
Stay in touch with research developments featuring UB CTSI investigators and other newsworthy accomplishments from around the Buffalo Translational Consortium and the national Clinical and Translational Science Award network.
The UB CTSI Center for Biomedical Imaging Pilot Studies Program offers a new opportunity for researchers looking to embark on innovative imaging translational research.
Issues, challenges, and solutions involved with retention in research will be the subject of the CTSI Distinguished Seminar Series on December 1.
The 2021 Creative Scientist Workshop on November 9 featured a lineup of national speakers, each with a unique perspective on remote clinical trials.
The CTSI K Scholar Program offers research mentoring, career and professional development, and funding to outstanding junior faculty and senior fellows.
David DeGraff, PhD, Assistant Professor, Pennsylvania State University, will present “Implications of Tumor Heterogeneity in Bladder Cancer on Immunotherapy” on November 16.
The free, virtual Creative Scientist Workshop on November 9 will study the challenges and the opportunities presented by remote trials, and features a lineup of nationally renowned speakers.
The CTSI Translational Pilot Studies Program Clinical and Translational Research Colloquium on October 15 will include presentations from 2019-20 Pilot Studies award recipients.
Dario A. Vignali, PhD, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, opens the series on October 6 with a presentation on “Immune Inhibitory Mechanisms in Cancer."
The series, which invites speakers to explore topics addressing health disparities and clinical and translational research, features Stephanie C. Hicks, PhD, on September 27.
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