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2018 Career Development Scholars to Study Movement Control, Suicide Prevention

2018 Career Development Scholars to Study Movement Control, Suicide Prevention

This year’s UR CTSI Career Development Awardees, Caroline Silva, Ph.D., and Kevin Mazurek, Ph.D., will study suicide prevention among Hispanic populations and how the brain controls voluntary movements, respectively.

Remembering Renowned Cardiologist and Mentor Arthur J. Moss

Remembering Renowned Cardiologist and Mentor Arthur J. Moss

A former UR CTSI KL2 Scholar shares memories of his late mentor, Arthur J. Moss, M.D., a pioneer in the prevention and treatment of sudden cardiac death. Moss died on February 14, but his legacy will endure through the many scientists he mentored over his six-decades-long research career.

Studying Healthcare as a Network: Does the Analysis Match the Question?

Studying Healthcare as a Network: Does the Analysis Match the Question?

Studying the healthcare system as a network can help researchers uncover patterns of opioid over-prescription or predict how a virus outbreak might overtax a healthcare network. But researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center caution that the type of algorithms used to make these discoveries could provide misleading results.

Announcing the 2017 KL2 Career Development Awardees

Announcing the 2017 KL2 Career Development Awardees

This year’s KL2 Mentored Career Development Program awardees are up and running! Their projects include developing a tool to predict which pediatric patients are likely to have unplanned readmission or Emergency Department revisits and evaluating the impact of palliative care consultation on healthcare decision-making for chronic kidney disease patients.

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.

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