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CTSA Program Collaboration Aims to Improve Brain Cancer Drug Testing
CTSA Program-supported scientists work to develop novel technique to test drugs against the most common form of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme.
NCATS-Supported Study Shows Lipoic Acid May Benefit Multiple Sclerosis Patients
Rebecca Spain, M.D., M.S.P.H., a Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program scholar at Oregon Health & Science University, found evidence suggesting that an over-the-counter antioxidant, lipoic acid, can help multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
CTSA Program Mentoring Helps Engineers Develop Innovative Rehabilitation Therapies
NCATS-supported KL2 program enables early-stage investigators to conduct team-based clinical research and helps them jumpstart independent careers in translational research.
NCATS and Eli Lilly Collaborate to Bridge Cultural, Research Divide
NCATS and Eli Lilly partnered on the NCATS-Eli Lilly scholars externship program, which pairs scholars, trainees and investigators from NCATS’ CTSA Program with an Eli Lilly project team for up to one year.
CTSA Program Mentoring Paves Way for Brain Cancer Therapy
CTSA Program mentoring support sparked an interdisciplinary translational research team that developed a potential therapy for brain cancer.
CTSA Program Support Helps Talented Investigators Re-Establish Careers
CTSA Program support helped Anandi Krishnan, Ph.D., get back into a research career after taking a leave of absence to care for her child.
From ER Physician to Translational Scientist via CTSA Program Support
The CTSA Program hub at the University of Florida helps bridge the gap between clinician and clinician-scientist, allowing ER physician Faheem Guirgis, M.D., to create a study for sepsis patients.
CTSA Program Scholar Receives Prestigious NIH Grant
CTSA Program scholar Ying Liang, M.D., Ph.D., received her first NIH Research Project Grant to investigate the role of a protein called latexin in preventing cancer therapy-induced stem cell damage. Liang credits NCATS’ CTSA Program training support as being instrumental in her success.
CTSA Program-Supported Researcher Is Translating Laboratory Discoveries into Better Hearing for Cochlear Implant Patients
CTSA Program support is helping Suhrud Rajguru, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the University of Miami Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Otolaryngology, improve cochlear implant surgery.
Former CTSA Program Scholar Develops Interactive End-of-Life Decision Tool
Ronald L. Hickman, Jr., Ph.D., RN, ACNP-BC, FAAN, an associate professor at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing and an acute care nurse, is applying the knowledge and guidance he gained as a CTSA Program Clinical Research Scholar to help develop a new tool called Interactive Virtual Decision Support for End of Life and Palliative Care.
Training Investment Supported by CTSA Program Enables Thirty Million Words® Initiative
Through a CTSA Program-supported KL2 Career Scholar Award, Dana Suskind, M.D., a professor of surgery and pediatrics and director of the pediatric cochlear implant program at the University of Chicago Institute for Translational Medicine, leveraged her expertise and research background to establish the Thirty Million Words® Initiative.
White House Announces NIH Expansion of Innovation Corps Training Opportunities
On Aug. 4, 2015, the White House announced that NIH is expanding its Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) training program to speed the commercialization of biomedical technologies developed with federal small business funding. The I-Corps “train-the-trainer” program will be offered to up to 10 institutions supported through the CTSA Program.
CTSA Program Training Enables Research on the Effects of Antibiotics on Body Fat
Ilseung Cho, M.D., M.S., of the New York University School of Medicine, attests that his school’s CTSA Program support has made crucial and ongoing contributions to his professional growth and achievements.