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UR CTSI Incubator: The Bugs in Your Gut Could Make You Weak in the Knees

UR CTSI Incubator: The Bugs in Your Gut Could Make You Weak in the Knees

A new study, born out of a UR CTSI Incubator project, challenges old views by suggesting the gut microbiome is a key culprit behind osteoarthritis in people who are obese; not excess mechanical wear and tear on joints. Remarkably, a common prebiotic supplement altered the obese microbiome and protected against osteoarthritis.

Growth at the UR CTSI: O’Dell Named New Director of Research Education

Growth at the UR CTSI: O’Dell Named New Director of Research Education

Nicole O’Dell recently replaced Thomas Fogg as the UR CTSI’s director of research education. O’Dell will provide support for our many educational and training opportunities and hopes to unify them into a clear pipeline to becoming an independent researcher.

Quality Systems Boost Rigor, Reproducibility, Reliability of Data

Quality Systems Boost Rigor, Reproducibility, Reliability of Data

Boost the reliability of your data with help from the UR CTSI. We can help you set up a quality system that’s tailored to your needs and helps you meet regulatory requirements.

Announcing New Pipeline-to-Pilot Awardees

Announcing New Pipeline-to-Pilot Awardees

UNYTE and CBPR Pipeline-to-Pilot awards will foster research to detect heart implant defects, understand how vitamin D is transferred from mother to baby, and examine whether helping faith communities take stock of systemic causes of mental health issues will help combat them. Both awards are now accepting applications for funding.  

Announcing Regulatory Science Competition Winners

Announcing Regulatory Science Competition Winners

The results are in for the Fifth Annual “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” competition. Read about this year’s top proposed solutions to regulatory science issues.