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NCRP Brings National Meeting to UM Research Professionals

11.26.2019

In an effort to expand the educational training opportunities and offer continuing education credit to our Network of Clinical Research Professionals (NCRP), the Miami CTSI recently hosted two virtual events — the 2019 OHRP Exploratory Workshop: Privacy in a Data-Driven World and the PRIM&R Virtual SBER/AER 2019 Conference.

Nov. 26 - Vaping: The Impact of Flavors on Product Use and Health

11.08.2019

The Miami CTSI and KL2 scholar Dr. Lunthita Duthely present “Vaping: The Impact of Flavors on Product Use and Health” on November 26 at 4 p.m., featuring guest speaker Scott McIntosh, Ph.D., Co-Investigator with the Center for Research on Flavored Tobacco (CRoFT) in Western New York.

Drs. Tatjana Rundek and Tulay Koru-Sengul

Dr. Tulay Koru-Sengul is New Co-Director of MSCTI Program

10.18.2019

The Miami CTSI has named Tulay Koru-Sengul, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, as the new Co-Director of the Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Investigation (MSCTI) at the Miller School of Medicine.

The 4 Stages of a Successful Pilot Funding Publication Program

10.02.2019

One of the ways the CTSA Program is driving research development is through pilot funded projects that yield tangible health interventions and that can be disseminated through scientific literature. In a story out now, the Miami CTSI and several other CTSA hubs were featured for their strategies in increasing the number of scholarly publications resulting from pilot funded research.

UM Psychology and Engineering Professors' Collaboration Uses Technology for Autism Screening

09.11.2019

While doctors agree that children can be diagnosed with autism as early as age two, the average age of diagnosis is about 4 years old. This glaring disparity prompted University of Miami psychology professors Lynn Perry and Daniel Messinger to team up with electrical and computer engineering professor Mei-Ling Shyu, physics associate professor Chaoming Song, psychology assistant professor Sierra Bainter and professor Michael Alessandri, to create a more effective way to detect autism symptoms using technology.