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.
The Miami CTSI in its commitment to promote the development of the next generation of clinical and translational scientists will kick off a series of mentor/mentee research training workshops with its first cohort of 25 teams beginning in December.
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 Miami CTSI has released its FY19 report (June 2018- May 2019), highlighting our partnerships and the impact of our collaborative work in advancing research translation that improves the health of our diverse population.
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.
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.
Through a collaboration with the Miami CTSI, the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging (CNSA) is now a valuable resource available to the greater research community. The University of Miami CNSA focuses on understanding the aging brain and brain disorders through research, clinical care and education.
From May to June of 2019, 10 teams from the University of Miami took part in the five-week I-Corps@NCATS short course led by Suhrud Rajguru, Ph.D., associate professor in biomedical engineering and otolaryngology. This was the third successful year for the program with 24 researchers participating in the 2019 cohort.
The Miami CTSI was a platinum sponsor of the 13th International Conference on Cerebral Vascular Biology (CVB), which recently took place from June 25 to June 28 in Miami. The CVB conference brought together an international group of researchers, scientists, trainees and students to discuss the latest research about cerebral vascular biology.
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.