CTSI Research Day on June 5 features keynote by precision public health expert

Celebrate the translational research of CTSI scholars, trainees and pilot awardees across the university during CTSI Research Day. Come for the keynote at 11 a.m. and return between 3 p.m. […]

UF clinical research professionals take home international association’s Chapter Excellence Award

The North Central Florida chapter of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals earned the association’s highest honor, a 2017 Chapter Excellence Award, at its annual meeting last week.

Faheem Guirgs and Ricardo Ungaro From ER physician to translational scientist: UF CTSI featured by NCATS, Post

UF Health physician Faheem Guirgis and the UF CTSI’s Translational Workforce Development Program were featured in the March NCATS newsletter.

Introducing the new Office of Clinical Research

Read the UF Administrative Memo announcing the new Office of Clinical Research.

The Year in Review: UF CTSI Accomplishments in 2016

The UF CTSI’s 2016 accomplishments, recapped below, were included in the two-part January issue of On the Same Page.

UF CTSI researchers to help integrate patient-reported outcomes in electronic health records

A $6.3 million National Institutes of Health grant, awarded to a coalition of universities including the University of Florida, will make it easier to use information that patients provide about […]

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HealthStreet featured in Gainesville Sun

HealthStreet, a community-engaged program of the CTSI, was featured in the Gainesville Sun and Gainesville magazine in April. HealthStreet’s mission is to reduce disparities in healthcare and research. Visit the […]

Janice Krieger receives $3 million grant for research to help increase colorectal cancer screening

Janice Krieger and a team of researchers have been awarded a $3 million grant to test the efficiency of using virtual technology to increase colorectal cancer screening among rural and minority patients.

Metaphors help patients understand clinical trials, Recruitment Center co-director’s research shows

Metaphors are a powerful tool for communicating important and complex information. Metaphors can help researchers communicate with patients about clinical trials, according to new research by Dr. Janice Krieger, director […]

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