Celebrating the Life of Dr. Ralph L. Sacco
Family, friends, and colleagues gathered in New Jersey on March 12 to celebrate the extraordinary life of Dr. Ralph L. Sacco, the CTSI’s Director and MPI, who passed away on January 17.
Improving the Health of Women with HIV is Passion of CTSI KL2 & Master’s Graduate
Miami CTSI KL2 and Master's Program graduate Lunthita Duthely Ed.D., MS, has spent more than 25 years at the University of Miami in roles driven by her passion to make a positive impact for women with HIV. With several new research projects underway, the Research Assistant Professor in the departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and Public Health Sciences is pushing forward a path to better treatment adherence for women with HIV in Miami.
Miller School Neurosurgeon, Previous CTSI Pilot Awardee Pushing Brain Tumor Research Forward
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has supported Miller School of Medicine brain and tumor neurosurgeon Michael Ivan, M.D., since early in his career, when a CTSI pilot award helped further his research in glioblastoma (GBM), an aggressive brain cancer that can be difficult to treat.
CTSI Hosts External Advisory Committee for Annual Meeting
The CTSI welcomed back our External Advisory Committee members to Miami in January for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
Remembering Miami CTSI Director Dr. Ralph L. Sacco
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) mourns the passing of our Director and MPI Ralph L. Sacco, M.D., M.S., a highly respected and beloved member of the UHealth and University of Miami Miller School of Medicine community, on January 17, from a glioblastoma.
CTSI Launches New Haitian Creole Version of Human Research Protections Training Course
A human research protections training course that launched this month in Haitian Creole called CIRTification is making it easier for members of South Florida’s Haitian community to collaborate with academic researchers on projects directly impacting them.