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Aishat and Anna at Lilly during summer 2015
Two IUPUI students are getting ready to graduate in the spring, after building a strong foundation together through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). Aishat Audu and Anna
Equipment in Medical Genomics lab
The IU School of Medicine Center for Medical Genomics (CMG) provides next generation sequencing, single-cell analytics and high-throughput genotyping for investigators. Most of the requests the core receives are for RNA
Rachel Stewart, DO, PhD, a KL2 scholar from the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UKY CCTS) spent a couple days in Indianapolis in October, sharing her
Food that has been measured by CTSI dietitian
The pictures of food in this article may look like they’re from a regular grocery run, but don’t be fooled. Each morsel or liquid you see has been weighed –
aapptec Vantage Parallel Synthesizer - High throughput synthesis of peptides and peptomimetics
The Chemical Genomics Core Facility (CGCF) provides instrumentation and expertise for investigators who are interested in high-throughput screening, cheminformatics, and medicinal and analytical chemistry. The staff scientists can help with
molecular therapeutics
Molecular Therapeutics Program (MTP) is a statewide drug discovery consortium supporting early-stage drug discovery research and facilitating collaborative translational research partnerships. The program helps researchers identify complementary, supporting and external
IU School of Medicine Dean Jay Hess, MD, PhD, MHSA with Yan Liu, PhD
In October, scholars received awards during the Showalter Trustees Breakfast. Rachel Katzenellenbogen, MD, and Yan Liu, PhD, were recognized as 2019 Showalter Scholars and were given their awards by IU
At this week’s Indiana CTSI program managers meeting, the communications team debuted the Indiana CTSI program logos. Each of them is modeled after the Indiana CTSI logo (using the same
Crowd at Fran Butterfoss event
More than 100 people came out for the inaugural “Making Connections IN Health” event on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Those participants represented the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, IU
[Rish Chauhan]Rishika Chauhan (O’Brien), MPA, has joined the Indiana University Center for Global Health as program manager for the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science’s (CTSI) Global Health Innovation Exchange Program.

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