Utah CTSI has particular distinctions in medicine and genetics. We foster multi-disciplinary research, academic research, clinical research, and community-based research.
Education and training, supported by the Workforce Development Foundation for Discovery, accelerate the pace of discoveries in life sciences rapidly translating these into clinical practice.
The Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO) supports investigators and research teams in departments, centers, and colleges across campus to conduct clinical research. Provide the navigation, tools, and services to support clinical research across campus.
Our administration is often part of the investigator's experience and starts with expert committees leading to services that support research from bench to beside.
This event is scheduled for November 4th at 12:15 PM, in HSEB. UDOH data stewards will provide brief descriptions of UDOH data sources and their access policies.
Congratulations to our two new KL2 scholars: Adam Spivak, MD, and Noah Kolb, MD! We want to recognize them and their research.
For the 9th annual meeting on April 30, 2014, we brought together 92 research partners from the University of Utah, Intermountain Healthcare, the VA Medical Center, Utah Health Department, and...
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