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After receiving their 2016 CTSA Program Common Metrics Report, which analyzed three specific metrics including IRB Duration, the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Center for Clinical & Translational Science realized there was work to be done regarding their IRB turnaround time.
African American men at elevated risk for developing type 2 diabetes may have fewer beneficial and more harmful intestinal bacteria, according to research presented by University of Illinois at Chicago endocrinologist Dr. Irina Ciubotaru at the ENDO 2015 meeting in San Diego.
The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Collaborative Engagement in Novel Therapeutic Research and Enterprise, or UICentre, received an $8.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to develop a drug that will cure sleep apnea.
Dr. Amparo Castillo joins the CCTS as the new Co-Director of the Recruitment, Retention and Community Engagement Programs.
When Heather Prendergast was encouraged by her mentor to apply for the Professional Development Award issued by the CCTS, she discovered a foundation in clinical translational science that provided the confidence to take ownership of her research career.
The Center for Clinical and Translational Science is expanding its research boot camp program to include community engaged researchers.
Charity Ball joins the CCTS Clinical Research Center (CRC) as the new operations manager.
For the second year the Center for Clinical and Translational Science presented an award for Multidisciplinary Team Science at the College of Medicine Research Forum. This year’s award recipient was Amit Paul, a graduate student from the Department of Bioengineering, for his...
CCTS Clinical Research Center Director, Dr. Luan Phan, tells Fox News "“If you're close to a veteran, support your veteran. Build as close-knit a supportive network as you possibly can around the veteran.”
UIC will purchase powerful new tools for research with its share of $3 million from the Chicago Biomedical Consortium that allows the consortium’s three university members to obtain — and share — high-impact, next-generation scientific equipment.
The UIC CCTS is pleased to announce Dr. K. Luan Phan as the new director of the Clinical Research Core.