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Monday, December 15th

Explant culture systems: useful tools to study herpesvirus pathogenesis

RSRB Online Submission System (ROSS) Training

Tuesday, December 16th

The ABCs of Rhinovirus Infections and Asthma

Planning for Your Plan:  Data and Safety Monitoring Plan Development & Implementation Considerations

Wednesday, December 17th

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination

Building Resilience: Results of a Preventive Problem-Solving Intervention with Older Macular Degeneration Patients

Mapping Multisensory Networks of the Brain: Emerging Principles and Clinical Perspectives

CTSI Resources Relevant to Telehealth

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NIH & The BRAIN Initiative: Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies

Cthrc1: From Vascular Injury to Hormonal Regulator

Thursday, December 18th

Treatment of Advanced Prostate Cancer -- State of the Art in 2014 and Beyond

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An Evaluation of Statistical Methods for Differential DNA Methylation Microarray Data Analysis

 

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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.