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Preventive

Preventive Medicine residency: Flexible and faith-restoring

Air pollution CTSI Seminar: The neurotoxicological consequences of early postnatal exposure to air pollution
gunacial CTSI Pilot Program: Exploring a new bladder cancer treatment Dewhurst Town Hall Meeting for Faculty Who Mentor Pre- and Post-Doctoral Research Trainees
dye Seminar recap: Unwanted pregnancy — A high-risk perinatal condition? community health Community Health Mini-Grant Program
lynn liu Seminar recap: Reproductive Issues in People with Epilepsy call for posters Call for posters: Wilmot Cancer Institute 19th Annual Scientific Symposium
     
     
   

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Tuesday, October 28

Sex-Dependent Neurotoxicity of Ambient Ultrafine Particulate Matter

Growing the Next Generation of Community-Based Researchers

Wednesday, October 29

Promoting Successful Aging in Vulnerable Populations

Developmental and Behavioral Medicine for Children and Adolescents

Structural Studies of Bacterial Transcription

Thursday, October 30

Targeting B-cell Receptor Signaling in Leukemia and Lymphoma

Estimating Physical Activity with an Accelerometer

 

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mentoring

The CTSI supports medical students interested in a year-out experience of mentored research in clinical or translational research. We anticipate most students will enter through the Academic Research Track (ART), since the ART curriculum was the basis for the program developed within the CTSI.