Two New Grants Expand Pilot Awardee’s Research Into How We Process and Perceive Sound

2022-11-17T14:33:49-05:00

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering Andrew Dykstra, Ph.D., received a pilot award from the CTSI in 2020. He has received two new grants, including one from the National Institutes of Health, that aim to propel his research further in understanding the neural basis of auditory perception and cognition.

Two New Grants Expand Pilot Awardee’s Research Into How We Process and Perceive Sound2022-11-17T14:33:49-05:00

Pilot Awardee Receives Career Development Grant to Improve Estimates of Glaucoma Progression

2022-10-03T15:13:28-04:00

With a 5-year, $1 million K23 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Swarup Swaminathan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at the Miller School of Medicine and Miami CTSI Pilot Awardee, is working on techniques to identify glaucoma in patients sooner.

Pilot Awardee Receives Career Development Grant to Improve Estimates of Glaucoma Progression2022-10-03T15:13:28-04:00

CTSI Pilot Awardee Expands Existing Research for a Broader Look at Causes of Post-Surgical Delirium

2022-10-03T15:16:29-04:00

Recovery from surgery can be challenging, even for patients in the best of health. Elizabeth Mahanna Gabrielli, M.D., an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and researcher at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, wants to improve quality of life for patients undergoing surgery by preventing a common side effect, delirium.

CTSI Pilot Awardee Expands Existing Research for a Broader Look at Causes of Post-Surgical Delirium2022-10-03T15:16:29-04:00
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