COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/12/2022
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.
Research on the genetic basis of the mammalian circadian clock that has been central to progress in the field of chronobiology will be featured at the next CTSI Distinguished Speaker Seminar.
Investigators at UB have access to a wide variety of tools designed to enhance recruitment and retention. In addition, CTSI staff are available for consultations and guidance.
New CTSI online library of videos created by UB faculty and staff content experts contribute to a diverse and well-trained workforce of investigators and research staff.
In the last 12 months, there have been changes to the CTSI Board, which is the principal oversight body of the CTSI and is comprised of leaders of each BTC partner institution.
Watch videos from the CTSI Annual Forum, which featured a distinguished group of presenters tackling a wide range of topics.
“Similar Chronic Symptoms After COVID and Traumatic Brain Injury” is the subject of the next CTSI Distinguished Speaker Seminar on April 6.
“Centering Community Engagement to Achieve Health Equity” will be the topic of the keynote address of the UB CTSI Annual Forum on March 16.
The Trial Innovation Network provides UB researchers with an opportunity to utilize the resources and experience available at 50-plus CTSA institutions across the United States.
The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) commemorated its 10-year anniversary in December with a virtual event highlighting its first decade.
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