Clarence Jones

Recognizing Clarence Jones for CEARCH Management Council Service 2017-2021

At the end of 2021, Clarence Jones, MEd, ended his tenure with the CEARCH Management Council, which helps shape the way CTSI engages the broader community in University of Minnesota research. Clarence will continue serving on CTSI’s Hub…
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Kim Mansky joins CTSI as K-R01 Transition to Independence program director

Kim Mansky, PhD, joins CTSI as the director of the K-R01 Transition to Independence Program.
2022 Cohort member Rene Pierpont smiles with her two children

Mothers Leading Science program welcomes second cohort

Now in its second year, the Mothers Leading Science program welcomes a new cohort of Researcher Moms for 2022-2023.
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Essentials for Regulatory Specialists: A new virtual workshop

CTSI is now offering a virtual workshop that provides training for University of Minnesota research professionals, such as regulatory specialists, research coordinators, project managers, who are new to taking on a regulatory role in human…
Arjun Gupta, MD; Sagar Deshpande, MD, MPP; Brian Hilliard, MD

UMN investigators to test ideas for improving healthcare delivery

Three University of Minnesota investigators will receive support to test their ideas for enhancing healthcare delivery, such as by improving patient outcomes, decreasing the burden on the healthcare system, and reducing costs.
Casey Dorr

Casey Dorr joins CTSI to co-direct its summer programs

Casey Dorr, PhD, has joined CTSI to co-direct its two summer training programs: the Pathways to Research Program and the Advanced Pathways to Research Program.
An investigator with a stethoscope around her neck uses a laptop.

PI Primer: A new virtual workshop on the role and responsibilities of PIs in human research

A new virtual workshop trains University of Minnesota principal investigators (PIs) on conducting research that involves human participants. CTSI developed this training in partnership with the University’s Office of the Vice President for…
Developing, Submitting, and Using REDCap e-Consent Surveys - A Guidebook

How to use REDCap for electronic consent

UMN researchers have a new resource for getting study participant’s consent via REDCap, thanks to a new guide from CTSI and the Human Research Protection Program at the University of Minnesota. 
Collage of 10 CTSI-supported researchers

Meet 10 UMN researchers who are accelerating discoveries toward better health

To celebrate CTSI’s 10th anniversary, we’re highlighting 10 researchers who are fulfilling our mission of accelerating discoveries toward better health. 
CTSI Poster Session 2021

CTSI Mentors, Scholars, grantees recognized during the 2021 Poster Session

The annual Poster Session held earlier this month celebrated the research of over 60 CTSI Scholars and community grantees. 

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