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Event Archive

America's Got Regulatory Science Talent Competition

The annual America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent student competition provides an opportunity for students from across the University of Rochester to develop and present a proposed solution to a current area of need related to regulatory science. Each year, students compete for the chance to present their ideas to members of the Food and Drug Administration.

View presentations of past winners.

Clinical Research Webinars

These quarterly webinars focus on clinical research topics and feature investigators from the University of Rochester Medical Center and experts who provide services and resources that support clinical research. 

View past Clinical Research Webinars.

EQ-DI Webinars

Equity-focused dissemination and implementation (EQ-DI) science examines the process by which scientific evidence is implemented in clinical settings and communities – with a focus on addressing health equity. Our EQ-DI team hosts a series of webinars each semester featuring dissemination and implementation experts.

View past EQ-DI webinars.

RESIN Workshops

The Rochester Early-Stage Investigator Network (RESIN) works across departments and centers to optimize and support training for early-stage investigators from across the translational spectrum. In partnership with the Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association, RESIN hosts workshops covering a range of topics relevant to launching a research career.

View past RESIN workshops.

SCORE Events

The Study Coordinators Organization for Research & Education provides support and networking opportunities to University of Rochester research coordinators and staff. SCORE participants meet to share information, collaborate, develop tools and best practices and learn of University processes related to human subject research management.

View past SCORE events.

Translational Research Day

Learn about the work UR CTSI students and colleagues are doing to facilitate translational research by turning observations in the laboratory, clinic and community into interventions that improve health of individuals and communities. Since 2006, UR CTSI has been propelling collaboration within and across URMC and beyond to support research without walls!

Learn more about the inaugural Translational Research Day.

UR CTSI Seminar Series

Over the past decade, the UR CTSI Seminar Series has featured guest speakers from the University of Rochester Medical Center and from around the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program to highlight their research and innovative methods. 

View past UR CTSI Seminars.