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Junior Faculty Benefit from CTSI Sponsored Eureka International Certificate Program

The Eureka Institute’s International Certificate Program in Translational Medicine is a seven-day course in Italy that focuses on the fundamentals of translational medicine. During the week-long program, participants review case studies, participate in mentoring sessions with internationally recognized leaders, develop creative problem solving strategies and novel skills to build new kinds of teams. The Eureka Institute offers a unique and intensive program that trains scientists to be leaders in the translational medicine field through coaching, networking and mentorship opportunities. CTSI has an annual internal competition to sponsor faculty who are interested in obtaining the certificate from the Eureka Institute.

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UM’s Consent to Contact Initiative Increases Recruitment for All of Us Research Program

The All of Us Research Program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a long-term observational study focused on enrolling 1 million participants in the U.S. and collecting data to accelerate research. The NIH has selected a network of health provider organizations to help recruit participants for this Precision Medicine Initiative. The UM Miller School of Medicine is the lead site of the Southeast Enrollment Center (SEEC) – a consortium for the All of Us Research Program that is focused on enrolling a diverse group of study participants across Florida and Georgia. In addition to UM, members of the SEEC include the University of Florida College of Medicine, Emory University and Morehouse School of Medicine.

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