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Blood Cancer Research Moves from Lab to Clinic with UR CTSI Help

Blood Cancer Research Moves from Lab to Clinic with UR CTSI Help

With the help of a UR CTSI Incubator Award, Wilmot Cancer Institute researcher Laura Calvi, M.D, has translated discoveries from the lab to a clinical trial that has begun to help patients with blood cancer. 

Improving Clinical Research by Empowering Participants

Improving Clinical Research by Empowering Participants

Participant feedback can help organizations improve their clinical trials, but many organizations lack the infrastructure to collect this feedback. The UR CTSI is part of a collaborative project to build such an infrastructure.

Case Study: A Single Drug for Multiple Allergies

Case Study: A Single Drug for Multiple Allergies

It can be difficult to treat people with multiple allergic conditions, because drugs are usually tested against a single disease at a time. A recent case study highlights how the drug dupilumab drastically improved symptoms of multiple allergic diseases and quality of life for a young boy.

UR CTSI Researchers Suggest Vaping Could Cloud Your Thoughts

UR CTSI Researchers Suggest Vaping Could Cloud Your Thoughts

UR CTSI researchers have uncovered the first evidence of an association between vaping and mental fog in people.

Region Pioneers Use of Electronic Medical Records for Community Wellness and Health Equity

Region Pioneers Use of Electronic Medical Records for Community Wellness and Health Equity

An unusual collaboration among three regional data teams, including the UR CTSI, has cut through legal and technical challenges to leverage electronic medical records for population health reporting in the recently-released Community Health Indicators report.