Software Carpentry Bootcamp is a two-day workshop that will focus on the fundamentals of writing scripts and software to analyze data, with particular focus on R and Python programming languages. This bootcamp session is aimed at graduate students in a research-intensive discipline.
Led by Sonjia Kenya, Ed.D., assistant research professor of medicine, Miller School M.D./M.P.H. students and staff from the Jay Weiss Institute for Health Equity at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center hosted several events in support of World AIDS Day December 2 at the Culmer Community Action Center in Overtown.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is currently offering three funding opportunities for innovative research and career development, and University of Miami faculty as well as faculty from Jackson Health System and the Miami VA may be eligible.
The Miami Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is pleased to announce a request for applications for two Mentored Translational Research Scholars Program Awards (K12) starting June 1, 2014. The program will support the research career development of two young investigators by providing up to three years of renewable annual support.
Recognizing mentoring as a critical part of career development for young faculty, the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute has launched a free mentor matching consultation service that pairs seasoned faculty mentors with those at earlier stages in their careers needing advice. Led by Marc Lippman, M.D., Deputy Director of the University of Miami Sylvester, the service is free and available to all faculty.
Erin Kobetz, Ph.D., M.P.H., associate professor of public health sciences and Director of the Jay Weiss Institute for Health Equity at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, is the 2013 recipient of the prestigious Jessie Trice Hero Award for her unwavering commitment to improving the lives of underserved and minority populations.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) hosted its popular boot camp last week to expose fellows, residents and junior faculty interested in developing their research careers to the importance of making science relevant and beneficial to patients.
Recognizing that research nurses, coordinators and other key staffers are critical to research at UM, the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has created the Network of Clinical Research Professionals (NCRP), an organization dedicated to developing education, training, career development, and networking opportunities for research support staff. The group’s next meeting is scheduled for September 17.
All research support staff are invited to attend the Network for Clinical Research Professionals (NCRP) seminar on Tuesday, Sept. 17.
The Biostatistics Collaboration and Consulting Core (BCCC) hosts a lunchtime seminar Sept. 16 on Statistical Considerations in Clinical and Translational Research.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has awarded grants to two Miller School researchers for its Mentored Translational Research Scholars Program (K12), which helps junior faculty become successful independent investigators
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) along with its pilot award winners were featured in The Miami Herald Monday, June 17, as part of the UHealth Discovery Series campaign.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), which is driving scientific discovery and its translation into clinical and community practices that improve the health of South Florida’s diverse population, is now online.
All research support staff are invited to attend the Network for Clinical Research Professionals (NCRP) seminar on Tuesday, June 18.
Meeting for the second time, members of the Community Advisory Board for the University of Miami’s new Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) began the formidable task of helping UM strengthen the community/academic partnerships needed to address the two health disparities – HIV/AIDS and obesity – that the panel previously identified as top priorities for improving the health of Miami-Dade’s diverse population.
Web developers, programmers, graphic artists, and medical and nutrition students all gathered at the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park for Impact Obesity, a hackathon organized to inspire innovative business ideas that incorporate technology to manage and reduce obesity in minority communities.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has awarded funding to two junior investigators at the Miller School through the Mentored Translational Research Scholars Program (K12), and is now accepting applications for the next round of K12 grants.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institutes (CTSIs) at the University of Miami and the University of Florida are joining forces to improve health outcomes for the state's residents, a collaboration highlighted at a recent program focusing on the Miami CTSI’s clinical research.
Showcasing its leading-edge research on obesity and collaborative approach to improving patient outcomes, the University of Miami celebrated the launch of the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) with its inaugural “CaneSearch,” a daylong research forum dedicated to one of South Florida's most pressing health challenges.
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has awarded pilot program funding to four Miller School researchers.