Mark Schleiss presenting at a podium next to a  Minnesota Department of Health sign

CTSI part of team studying follow-up of infants with CMV infections

Several CTSI colleagues are conducting a longitudinal congenital cytomegalovirus (cCMV) study on the heels of Minnesota becoming the first U.S. state to screen all newborns for the infection. The team recently received $1.51 million from…
Drs. Winter, Cunningham and Schleiss

Child health researchers and practitioners gather for annual dinner

More than 75 attendees gathered in early December at the University of Minnesota Campus Club for the Research in Child Health Dinner Forum. This annual event hosts child health researchers and practitioners from Children's Minnesota, the…
Doctor with stethoscope and infant being held by woman

Study will assess the potential for bias in health care providers’ reports of child neglect

By the time they turn 18 years old, one in three children in the United States will be involved in a child protective system (CPS) investigation. There are stark disparities by race and class in CPS involvement. The process of CPS…
Attendees at Child Health Dinner Forum

Three research teams receive Child Health Collaborative Grants

Researchers from the University of Minnesota and Children’s Minnesota, along with collaborators from Hennepin Healthcare, state and county agencies, and Centro Tyrone Guzman, the oldest and largest Minneapolis-based multi-service Latine…
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. 
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Grantees share impacts of COVID-19 on pediatric populations

Throughout the summer, grantees of the Child Health Collaborative shared their research in a series of online forums. 
Child screened for heart disease

ODAT supports innovations to improve health equity and accessibility

CTSI’s Office of Discovery and Translation is supporting the development of novel solutions designed to reduce health disparities.

How we're supporting researchers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Research is the path forward in this global pandemic, and CTSI, like organizations around the world, is committed to accelerating these discoveries. Here are a few ways we’re supporting the promising research coming from the University of…
Child Health Advocates

University and Children’s Minnesota Child Health Advocates gather to celebrate collaborative research

In December, CTSI hosted University of Minnesota and Children’s Minnesota child health advocates for a celebration of the efforts of the Child Health Collaborative and to learn about research projects and findings from three grantee teams.
Community Engagement Office

CTSI’s Community Engagement office receives NIH support for Science Cafe event series

CTSI’s Office of Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH) recently launched a series of Science Cafe events to inform and enhance the translation of research into healthcare practice, and to improve healthcare…