ICTS Announcements

2023 Spring Cycle NIH Mock Study Section Dates Posted

Save the Date for the 5th Annual ICTS Symposium – Thursday May 18, 2023

Collaborative Administrative Data Research Award (CADRA)
Applications due February 17, 2023.

New NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is implementing a new NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy effective for all grants submitted on or after January 25, 2023. Read more.

How ICTS membership helps you

Whether you’re a junior investigator or well established, ICTS membership can make an impact on your research and career.

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Services

Connect with diverse resources and consulting services.

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Programs

Gain exclusive access to internal grant funding programs.

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Education and Training

Participate in clinical and translational science training programs. 

“You have to plan in order to take advantage of what the ICTS has to offer,” reflected Sarah Hartz, MD, PhD. “When you do, it can make a real difference.”

-Jessica Mozersky, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Bioethics Research Center, Washington University School of Medicine and Sarah Hartz, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine (l to r) utilized several ICTS resources on their recently funded joint R01 grant.

News

Cancer genomics database recognized as global biodata resource

Cancer genomics database recognized as global biodata resource (Links to an external site)

A vast database of cancer genomics knowledge started by Washington University scientists has been named a Global Core Biodata Resource by the Global Biodata Coalition. Led by twin brothers Malachi Griffith, PhD, and Obi Griffith, PhD, both associate professors of medicine, the CIViC “knowledgebase” helps match genetic mutations driving a patient’s cancer growth with possible treatments that target those mutations.

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