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Our exhibit showcases how research is translated into health care through translational science. Translational science is the never-ending cycle of innovation and discovery that seeks solutions to improve the world’s health concerns.
Congratulations to everyone that participated and received an award during the 2018 Health Sciences Research Week. This week brings together researchers at all levels from different areas to discuss science, highlight research being conducted, and accelerate research collaboration throughout our health sciences campus.
On April 3, UIHC announced a $21 million grant renewal for a Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. This marks the third renewal of the grant, which was given to UIHC in 2007, and it promises funding through 2023.
Nicole Cady is a senior biology major. She is working in a lab to assist researchers conducting a feeding study in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) and healthy controls.
Evan Lamb is a junior Microbiology and Human Physiology major. He is conducting research with Dr. Linda McCarter, studying bacterial motility, gene regulation, and communication.
Patricia Winokur, MD (88R, 91F), executive dean of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and co-director—with Jeff Murray, MD, professor of pediatrics—of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) at the UI, is widening the understanding at both ends of the bench-to-bedside continuum.
University of Iowa leaders announced the renewal of a $21 million grant of a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Faculty and staff in the UI Carver College of Medicine, the UI...
Recent changes in federal policy and regulatory requirements are driving the need to develop systems to support a new single IRB (sIRB) review model for multi-site research. The University of Iowa and Washington University in St. Louis were awarded a grant from the NIH to co-develop myProject.
Are you concerned about the opioid epidemic in Iowa and across our nation? Imagine a rare opportunity to meet and engage with other scholars and researchers from across our campus – economics, public health, policy, history, marketing, liberal arts, anthropology, education, law, medicine, and many more – to envision bold approaches to tackle one of society’s most pressing health crises.
Since the adoption of TriNetX, UI Health Care was provided access to over 40 clinical trial opportunities from bio-pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations (CROs) on the network.