In July 2010, the University of Massachusetts received a $20 million NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA Grant # UL1TR000161) to create the University of Massachusetts Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UMCCTS), an academic home for clinical and translational science. The goal of the UMCCTS is to move laboratory discoveries into treatments for patients, to engage communities in clinical research, and to train a new generation of researchers. Through the center, we will facilitate greater efficiency and productivity of UMass investigators across campuses to enhance the public’s health. The monthly UMCCTS Seminar Series provides its members with presentations about resources, funding opportunities, and educational training in the principles and practices of clinical and translational research.

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2014
Wednesday, January 29th
12:00 PM

2010 K12 Awardees: Overview of Research Projects

Sarah L. Cutrona, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Heena P. Santry, University of Massachusetts Medical School

12:00 PM

Two UMCCTS Clinical Research Scholars (K awardees) describe their research projects and professional growth as junior faculty:

- Sarah Cutrona on "Electronic Transmission of Health Information across Networks"

- Heena Santry on "Career Development for an Academic Acute Care Surgeon and Acute Care Surgery Practice Patterns: A Tale of Two Complexities"

Thursday, October 30th
3:00 PM

“So You Think You Have a Drug You Want to Develop”

Mark S. Klempner, University of Massachusetts Medical School

3:00 PM

Mark Klempner, MD, Executive Vice Chancellor, MassBiologics of UMass Medical School and Professor of Medicine, describes MassBiologics and their process for developing a new medicine. MassBiologics is the only non-profit, FDA-licensed manufacturer of vaccines and biologics in the United States.