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From Organoids to Bloodhounds, These Teams Have Regulatory Science Talent

From Organoids to Bloodhounds, These Teams Have Regulatory Science Talent

At this year's America's Got Regulatory Science Talent student competition, twelve teams presented innovative solutions to a wide range of regulatory science challenges. Learn more about the winners.

UR CTSI Career Development Scholar Links Frailty to Inflammation in Cancer Patients

UR CTSI Career Development Scholar Links Frailty to Inflammation in Cancer Patients

Women with breast cancer are more likely to be frail after chemotherapy if they have greater increases of inflammation in their blood during chemotherapy, according to a study published by a UR CTSI KL2 Career Development scholar.

UR CTSI-Funded Researcher Finds Negative Effects of Caffeine in Utero

UR CTSI-Funded Researcher Finds Negative Effects of Caffeine in Utero

Research led in part by a UR CTSI-funded researcher suggests drinking caffeine while pregnant can lead to structural brain changes and behavioral issues in children later in life. 

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.