CTSI August 2017 Newsletter

August 3, 2017

Planting the ‘seed’

After spending their summers in university labs, our largest cohort yet of high school student researchers is going back to school with new knowledge and passion for translational science.

New system for grant applications

The Indiana CTSI is using a new internal grant management and tracking software called WebCAMP. Learn how to apply for RFAs in the new system.

Fogarty Center highlights Indiana CTSI

Our investigators’ partnerships in Kenya were featured in a story about how global health research can benefit patients in the United States.

Another dimension of research

The 3D Bioprinting Core at IUPUI and IU School of Medicine is a newly designated Indiana CTSI service core. Find out what that means for investigators.

News Roundup

Read about a new associate dean of clinical research position, recent funding award recipients, a call for posters, an innovative life sciences initiative and more.

Notre Dame health experts respond to lead crisis

Notre Dame assistant professor and Indiana CTSI’s CHeP liaison, Heidi Beidinger, was recently highlighted by the university for her work to improve public health.

Independent Investigator Incubator

This program helps early-career scientists become successful investigators in the competitive research environment by pairing junior faculty with senior faculty.

Center for
Medical Genomics

The Center for Medical Genomics provides biomedical scientists at IU, Purdue and Notre Dame with affordable access to high-quality, high-throughput genomics services.

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