CTSI March 2017 Newsletter

IU researcher applying global lessons to Indiana health issues

Dr. Debra Litzelman is working on a community-based health program to help reduce risk factors for infant mortality in Marion and Delaware counties.

Epigenetic ‘key’

Scientists at Purdue and IU have designed a novel way to modify a gene that can help determine the fate of neural stem cells.

Accelerating research

The Indiana CTSI recently granted funding awards to new pilot research projects in global health, as well as utilizing designated core facilities.

Undergraduate opportunity

Applications from IU and Notre Dame students are sought for the Indiana CTSI’s summer undergraduate clinical and translational research program.

News roundup

Read about recent honors for Indiana CTSI leaders, changes concerning clinical research rates, a new Indiana CTSI-designated core and more.

Featured Event

This year’s Indiana CTSI retreat at
IU Bloomington will highlight team science and public health impacts related to translational research.

Faculty/Staff Spotlight

Meet Dr. Jonathan Merrell, the new Indiana CTSI deputy innovation officer, who helps clinicians bring medical inventions to market.

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