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Recent News2020-05-29T10:58:51-04:00
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and Indiana University School of Medicine—Evansville are excited to announce the details of the 2024 Regional Campus Retreat in Evansville. This event
Temitope Erinosho, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University Bloomington. This summer, she and a team of colleagues and community partners are
Image of Brian Overholser, PharmD, smiling for the camera in front of a grey backdrop
Brian Overholser, PharmD, FCCP, has been named the director of the Clinical Investigation and Translational Education (CITE) program. He succeeds the program’s founder, Kurt Kroenke, MD, who built the training
Jennifer Gatz, PhD, is coming aboard as the Indiana CTSI Data Navigator representing Regenstrief Institute. Jennifer is the Director of Data Services at Regenstrief, and brings over 15 years of
On April 24, the Indiana Center for Biomedical Research (ICBI) hosted 11 seniors from Carmel High School for its first Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Day. The students were accompanied by
Image of Joel Ybe, PhD, and William Hetrick PhD, together at the 2024 IU Bloomington Campus Retreat on April 24, 2024.
Joel Ybe, PhD, poses next to William Hetrick, PhD, the Indiana CTSI’s Deputy Director for the Bloomington campus. The ways that the environment impacts people’s health and well-being was at
Sylk M. Sotto
Sylk Sotto, EdD, MBA, MPS, who holds many important roles at the Indiana CTSI that reflect her rich and varied expertise, is leaving the institute and Indiana University School of
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) is excited to announce the promotion of Gina Claxton, MPH, RD to the role of Senior Director of Strategic Operations effective April
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The MedTech Commercialization Project Development Team (PDT), launched in 2021, is a strategic innovation hub. Known as the “Device Think Tank” until recently, this innovative resource brings together experts in
Indiana CTSI Community Health Partnerships has two pilot grants which are awarded each year: the Trailblazer Award and the Trailblazer Planning Grant. The Trailblazer Awards support collaborative, community-engaged research projects

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