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Facing the Future: Team Science and Funding for Coronavirus Research

Facing the Future: Team Science and Funding for Coronavirus Research

URMC investigators who are pursuing COVID-19-related grants are encouraged to participate in a series of virtual team science sessions, taking place May 11-14, to identify and discuss opportunities for funding and synergy and to receive feedback on applications.

Just a Drop of Blood: An Easier Way to Test for COVID-19

Just a Drop of Blood: An Easier Way to Test for COVID-19

UR CTSI Co-Director Martin Zand, M.D., Ph.D., is rapidly adapting previous flu research to develop a potential diagnostic test that would require just a few drops of blood to detect COVID-19 immunity.

Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Participant recruitment is a major challenge for clinical research, but a recent pilot study showed that the Emergency Department Research Associate Program nearly tripled enrollment in the university’s clinical research registry.

Announcing Winners of  Seventh Annual Regulatory Science Talent Competition

Announcing Winners of Seventh Annual Regulatory Science Talent Competition

The seventh annual America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent student competition was held on February 12, 2020. This year's winners proposed innovative solutions to regulatory science challenges in food safety, quality practices in medical product manufacturing, and informing the public of prescription drug risks and benefits. 

TBS Student Selected as Yale Ciencia Academy Fellow

TBS Student Selected as Yale Ciencia Academy Fellow

Denisse Vega-Ocasio will begin a year-long fellowship this week at the Yale Ciencia Academy for Career Development, which provides doctoral students from underrepresented backgrounds opportunities for mentoring, networking, skills development, and science outreach.