NEWS & EVENTS

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Coordinator Connect Newsletter: Summer 2019

In this issue: novel forms of informed consent, tools for protocol and biosketch development, expansion of CTSI's Integrating Special Population Core, and expanded access to genetic counseling to be considered by Congress.

August 14, 2019
Type: Newsletter
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From Bench to Bedside: Maliha Zahid

As a young girl, Maliha Zahid knew what she wanted to do – become a doctor. Yet, after becoming a doctor Maliha decided she also wanted to become a scientist and began translating discoveries from the lab to the clinic. And between conducting research and practicing medicine, Maliha finds time fo

May 21, 2019
Type: Podcast
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Coordinator Connect Newsletter (Issue 7, Spring 2019)

In this issue: the Products of Pittsburgh podcast, the Pepper Center participant registries, funding opportunities, CTSI updates, regulatory updates, research versus quality improvement, and upcoming events.

May 15, 2019
Type: Newsletter
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Finding a Rose in the Concrete: Richard Garland

In 1992, Richard Garland graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, a year after being released from the Western Penitentiary. Since then, Garland has become a leader for Pittsburgh’s anti-violence initiative. He is leveraging his unique lived experience to find spaces of light in the lives of g

June 11, 2019
Type: Podcast
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PInCh 2019 Advancing Projects

The following projects are invited to participate in Round Two of PInCh 2019.

May 20, 2019
Type: Funding
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StartUp Science: Phil Brooks

From a research scientist to CFO, COO, and CEO, Phil Brooks has experience in all facets of business. Today, Phil uses his technical knowledge and range of experience to help faculty and students navigate the commercialization pathway of innovation.

April 30, 2019
Type: Podcast
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National Health Study Gains Local Participants as it Pushes for 1 Million

A year after the local launch of the nationwide All of Us health study, researchers in the landmark precision-medicine collaboration have more than 140,000 participants signed up at over 22 active sites across the country.

June 5, 2019
Type: News
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The Pain Research Challenge 2019 Award Winners

Congratulations to the Pain Research Challenge 2019 Award Winners! Three projects received $50,000 to support their project.

May 16, 2019
Type: Funding
Seed Grant Program: Call for Letters of Intent

This joint FY2019 Aging Institute and Hillman Cancer Center Seed Grant program seeks to fund team-based, transdisciplinary, basic, translational or clinical pilot proposals that focus on the intersection of cancer and aging. Deadline to submit is June 20.

April 24, 2019
Type: Funding