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Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin

Mission Statement

The mission of the CTSI, a unique academic-community partnership between four area academic institutions (Medical College of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Marquette University; three hospitals (Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Wisconsin; Zablocki VA Medical Center); and Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin, is to develop an integrated, shared home for clinical and translational research, education and training, hallmarked by a borderless, collaborative, synergistic, and investigator/community/patient-friendly environment that is functionally integrated into local, regional and national CTSA networks.

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Funded Years
2012 - 2021
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What is CEREC? CEREC was established in 2016 to provide an outlet for obtaining external reviews for CTSA-funded pilot research and to minimize the likelihood of bias and conflicts of interest. CEREC also offers a larger pool of expertise from which to draw precisely matched reviews for scientific lines of inquiry that may not be well represented within the institution receiving the proposal. This

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Advancing Medical Product Development of the Clinical Translational Science Institute of SE Wisconsin
Medical College Of Wisconsin
2019 FALL CTSA Program Meeting September 26-27, 2019 Arlington, VA Advancing Medical Product Development (AMPD) of The Clinical Translational Science Institute of SE Wisconsin Optional Module Poster Abstract The Clinical Translational Science Institute of SE Wisconsin (CTSI) consists of eight partner institutions. Our Optional Module, called Advancing Medical Product Development (AMPD) is a multi


Combating Structural Inequities - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Clinical and Translational Research

f the clinical and translational research enterprise is to help resolve health crises and ensure that all people in the United States have the opportunity to live healthy lives, it must shift paradigms and begin to center equity, diversity, and inclusion in its work.

Association of Head Impact Exposure with White Matter Macrostructure and Microstructure Metrics

Prior studies have reported white matter abnormalities associated with a history of cumulative concussion and/or repetitive head impacts (RHI) in contact sport athletes. Growing evidence suggests these abnormalities may begin as more subtle changes earlier in life in active younger athletes. We

Prospective study of the association between sport-related concussion and brain morphometry (3T-MRI) in collegiate athletes: study from the NCAA-DoD CARE Consortium

To determine the acute and early long-term associations of sport-related concussion (SRC) and subcortical and cortical structures in collegiate contact sport athletes. Athletes with a recent SRC (n=99) and matched contact (n=91) and non-contact sport controls (n=95) completed up to four neuroimaging