• Two National and Two Local Black History Makers Share Their Journeys and Impact This article is a part of our CTSC Event Recap series. A social media influencer, science communicator, and “medical mythbuster”. The inaugural Men’s Minority Health Director at the UH Cutler Center for Men. An activist, artist, and visionary of the “Mothers of Gynecology” monument. One of the first pioneers in
  • I-Corps@NCATS Regional Short Course: Learn a new approach to taking your research from the lab to the clinic from experts in this free, 5-week, online course. Apply by October 3. Photos of course instructors: David Ellers, Syracuse University; Mark W. Wilson, MS, Simon Business School; Nate Hafer, PhD, UMass Medical School
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    The University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute and Ain Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation are hosting an I-Corps@NCATS Regional Short Course this fall, specifically designed to provide biomedical scientists, clinician scientists, and engineers with a new approach to accelerate the translation of their discoveries from the lab to clinical practice. This program
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    What is the real-world impact of our network? That is a question the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program has been trying to answer since its inception. Over the past four years, the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration has pitched in on that effort, knitting together several tried and trusted evaluation methods to develop a new Stakeholder-Engaged Research Impact

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