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urbest Enrollment Open for the URBEST Program rare RARE Documentary Screening
success Success stories: Clinical Research Center goes “above and beyond” story URBEST Career Story Q&A Seminar
corey Meet the winner of “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” datcher 6th Annual Satcher Awards on April 30th
solomon Solomon Abiola receives NSF grant to help fight Ebola data key Data Safety Monitoring Boards: Qualification, Confidentiality and Indemnification
martin zand CTSI Director's Update-March 2015 call for proposals Call for Proposals: Annual Health Professions' Faculty Development Colloquium
acts The CTSI is Paying it Forward: Benefits of Your ACTS Membership ehsc Environmental Health Sciences Center Pilot Funds Available
leadershup CTSI Revamps Leadership Structure footprint Reducing Our Environmental Footprint – How You and NYSP2I Can Help
direction CTSI Pilot Program: “Accidental discovery” leads to new direction for research shum Laura Shum Awarded Burroughs-Wellcome Fund Trainee Travel Award
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Upcoming Events

Monday, March 23rd

Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteasomes, pupylation and...plant hormones?

Massive data integration enables discovery of gene regulatory enhancers and their targets

Tuesday, March 24th

Decisions near the end of life: Can we make them less agonizing?

RARE Documentary Screening

Wednesday, March 25th

DSMB: Qualification, Confidentiality and Indemnification

Reducing Our Environmental Footprint – How You and NYSP2I Can Help

URBEST Career Story Q&A Seminar

Molecular Cooperation in Gene Regulation and Genomic Stability

A "tail" of two lineages: response to genotoxic injury"

Thursday, March 26th

Real-Time Prediction in Clinical Trials: A Statistical History of REMATCH

Friday, March 27th

It Shouldn't Hurt to Walk: Policies and Environment that Promote Safe Opportunities to be Active

Monday, March 30th

Microbial driven TLR5-dependent signaling governs distal malignant progression through systemic tumor-promoting inflammation

PIWI-piRNA pathway function in the stem cells of the “immortal” Hydra


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The Spring CTSI Seminar Series will feature an exciting series of lectures focused on population health research. All presentations are held on Tuesday afternoons from 12:00-1:00 pm in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium. Click here to view the full schedule.