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The ICTS accelerates clinical and translational research to improve health outcomes and benefit the well-being of our communities.

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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Entrepreneurship for Biomedical Researchers Training Program

Washington University in St. Louis is recruiting for the fall program of our NIH-funded Entrepreneurship for Biomedicine (E4B) training program. E4B is free and taught fully online through Washington University in St. Louis. As an E4B trainee, you will work with biomedical research trainees from

Dissemination and Implementation Toolkits

Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) science is the study of translation of research findings into practice. Eight pdf files: DIRC Intro to D&I Toolkit, Aims Toolkit, Barriers & Facilitators Toolkit, Implementation Outcomes Toolkit, Designs Toolkit, Implementation Strategies Toolkit, Guidelines

CTSA Hubs are uniquely positioned to lead the response to a national health crisis such as COVID-19

As a result of the CTSA Program’s objective to strengthen multidisciplinary research infrastructure, hubs are uniquely poised to mobilize their vast resources to produce a rapid, nimble, multi-faceted approach to national public health emergencies. The Institute of Clinical and Translational

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How can academic institutions standardize precision medicine research processes?

The goal of the Precision Medicine function of the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences is to streamline precision medicine research processes across the university. Three separate initiatives supported this effort: (1) outreach to community and faculty members