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Monday, December 1st

Proteotoxic stress in oncogenesis and cancer therapy

Tuesday, December 2nd

Community Partnership for Breastfeeding Promotion and Support

Highlights from the 2014 Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting

Wednesday, December 3rd

Expertise: What is It and How Do I Get It?

Deaf Friendly Space – Working with the Deaf Community (Part I)

The Ribosome Determines mRNA Stability

Thurday, December 4th

Shaping the endoplasmic reticulum in neurons: insights from inherited spastic paraplegias

Friday, December 5th

Microsporidial endochitinase gene recruited as a venom protein in parasitoid wasps

 

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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.