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[Andrew Brightman, BS, PhD]Andrew Brightman, BS, PhD, is joining the leadership team of Indiana CTSI at the Purdue University, West Lafayette campus. Brightman is an associate professor of engineering practice and assistant
[Eva Kalaitzoglou, MD]Evangelia Kalaitzoglou, MD, an assistant professor of pediatrics at University of Kentucky (UK), spent two days in Indiana as part of the Spring 2019 KL2 Visiting Scholar Exchange
Students looking in microscope with mentor watching
[Mentors and interns from summer 2019]Interns and mentors are finishing their summer research with the Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation (ICBI) this month. The program supports Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute’s
Starting this fall, the IU School of Medicine will offer a doctoral minor program on drug discovery and development, from bench to bedside.  The goal of this degree minor is
All IN for Health participation via the LIFE Extend app allows Indiana residents added health benefits INDIANAPOLIS, IN — July 30, 2019, 9 am ET — LifeOmic, the creators of
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Dr. David Holtzman, the A.B & G. P. Jones Professor of Neurology, at the WUSTL School of Medicine. [Photo by Joe Angeles]David Holtzman, MD, is this year’s winner of the
Dr. Karen Hudmon standing in front of a pharmacy window
Dr. Karen Hudmon [photo: Mark Simons/Purdue University]In 2018, Indiana fell three spots in two different categories in “America’s Health Rankings.” Overall, the state dropped to 41st, placing us near the bottom
Naloxone training
More than 50 faculty and staff of the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) participated in one of two free and voluntary Naloxone trainings offered last month at the
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Expanding collaborations with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the IU Simon Cancer Center, the Indiana CTSI Community Health Partnerships program has created Connections IN Health to help
CONTACT: Jennifer Thuma, 317-274-4178 The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) along with the Indiana University Center for Global Health recently announced three funding awards to researchers at Purdue

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