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Conducting Clinical and Translational Research: How the UR CTSI Can Help

URMC early-stage researchers are invited to the first Rochester Early-Stage INvestigator (RESIN) seminar, hosted by the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (UR CTSI) and URSMD Office for Faculty Development. Learn what the UR CTSI has to offer to help you conduct clinical and translational science from:

  • Carrie Dykes, PhD, Director of Research Services at the UR CTSI
  • Jeanne Holden-Wiltse, MPH, MBA, Executive Director for the Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration and Director of Informatics at the UR CTSI
  • Edwin van Wijngaarden, PhD, Professor and Associate Chair of Public Health Sciences, Professor of Environmental Medicine, Pediatrics, Dentistry and in the Center for Community Health and Prevention, and Strategic Director for Research Education at the UR CTSI

Please register for this seminar:

The recently-launched Rochester Early Stage INvestigator (RESIN) program is designed to optimize and support the training of early-stage investigators across departments and centers.

Wednesday, July 14 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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