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 Translational Pilot Studies Program Clinical and Translational Research Colloquium will be held at the CTRC on Thursday, December 14.
UB researchers share how Community Engagement Studio sessions helped them connect with members of the community and plan more impactful studies.
UB's new QA/QI self-assessment tool has been designed to help researchers determine whether IRB submission is necessary.
Nominations are due on October 27 for the 2023 BTC Clinical Research Achievement Awards, which recognize innovation, creativity, and scientific advancement.
The WNY Long COVID Registry connects Western New Yorkers with support options, provides education, and shares clinical trial opportunities.
UB's new MRI scanner and imaging community were the focus of the Imaging Research Symposium at the CTRC on September 7.
The 2023 Igniting Hope Conference will be held in person at the Jacobs School on September 30.
Speakers will outline and discuss the technical capabilities of the Philips MR 7700 MRI scanner at a full-day research symposium at the CTRC on September 7.
The CTSI’s Open Research Office Zoom sessions featuring expert guest speakers return on September 27 with “Pathways to IRB Review.”
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