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UR and RIT Host One of the Largest Groups of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Scientists in US

UR and RIT Host One of the Largest Groups of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Scientists in US

Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals are vastly under-represented in biomedical fields, making networking and mentorship difficult. URMC and RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf sought to remedy this by bringing together Deaf and hard-of-hearing scientists at all career levels at the first ever Rochester Summer Research Training Institute. 

Moxley, a Pioneer in Muscular Dystrophy Research and Care, to Step Down

Moxley, a Pioneer in Muscular Dystrophy Research and Care, to Step Down

URMC Department of Neurology founding father Richard (Dick) Moxley III, M.D., is retiring after a career spanning more than four decades.  Moxley has been an important member of the CTSI community, as former director of the Clinical Research Center and co-director of the Pilot Studies Program.

Study challenges longstanding explanation of dental pain

Study challenges longstanding explanation of dental pain

Eastman Institute of Oral Health Professor and former CTSI KL2 Scholar, Xiuxin Liu, D.M.D., Ph.D., recently published a study that provides new insights into how pain is transferred within the teeth and surrounding tissues.

UR CTSI Clinical Research Center: Testing Tomorrow's Therapies Today

UR CTSI Clinical Research Center: Testing Tomorrow's Therapies Today

The UR CTSI's Clinical Research Center is a dedicated space with a highly trained staff where researchers can conduct clinical trials on a myriad of diseases and conditions. Two clinical trial volunteers discuss their hopes and motivations for joining research studies through the Clinical Research Center. 

Arthur Moss Receives Pioneer Award from the Heart Rhythm Society

Arthur Moss Receives Pioneer Award from the Heart Rhythm Society

The Heart Rhythm Society honored Arthur J. Moss, M.D., the Bradford C. Berk, M.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Professor in the Department of Medicine at URMC at their 38th Annual Scientific Sessions. Moss is an internationally recognized expert in the field of electrophysiology and has been an invaluable mentor for several students and early career faculty in CTSI-sponsored programs.