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UR CTSI Firsts at Commencement 2023

UR CTSI Firsts at Commencement 2023

Commencement 2023 featured several firsts for the UR CTSI, including the first graduates of our Bachelor in Clinical and Translational Sciences program and the first time one of our Translational Biomedical Science PhD graduates gave a commencement speech.

UR CTSI Supports Program Using Improv to Address Vaccine Hesitancy

UR CTSI Supports Program Using Improv to Address Vaccine Hesitancy

An Arts and Medicine article published in JAMA today describes a UR CTSI-supported program that turned to improv theater for help addressing vaccine hesitancy.

Juilee Thakar Serves as New Translational Biomedical Science PhD Program Director

Juilee Thakar Serves as New Translational Biomedical Science PhD Program Director

On July 1, Juilee Thakar, Ph.D., stepped into the role of director for the UR CTSI’s Translational Biomedical Science PhD Program, relieving interim director Edwin van Wijngaarden, Ph.D.

Case Study: A Single Drug for Multiple Allergies

Case Study: A Single Drug for Multiple Allergies

It can be difficult to treat people with multiple allergic conditions, because drugs are usually tested against a single disease at a time. A recent case study highlights how the drug dupilumab drastically improved symptoms of multiple allergic diseases and quality of life for a young boy.

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. 

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