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Announcing the Winners of a New Collaborative Genomics Pilot Award Program

Announcing the Winners of a New Collaborative Genomics Pilot Award Program

The University of Rochester Medical Center and the State University of New York at the University of Buffalo (SUNY UB) are teaming up on a large genomics project and have implemented a Collaborative Genomics Pilot Award Program. The inaugural pilot award recipients will use genomic approaches to better understand pancreas cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Get More Out of Your CTSI Grant Applications

Get More Out of Your CTSI Grant Applications

The CTSI is implementing a new forum this May to help junior investigators become independently funded. In addition, several “funding pathways” will be introduced that set a framework for investigators to revise their scientific proposals for KL2 Mentored Career Development and CTSI Pilot awards into proposals for K or R21 awards from the National Institutes of Health.

2015-16 Faculty Pilot Program Awardee: Emily Carmody, MD

2015-16 Faculty Pilot Program Awardee: Emily Carmody, MD

Emily Carmody, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Assistant Professor at the Wilmot Cancer Center will lead a team of investigators in an exciting pilot project over the next year that will challenge the paradigm that cartilage loss in osteoarthritis is irreversible.

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