ICTS holds 4th annual Symposium; Announces CTSA funding renewal

The Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) hosted their 4th annual Symposium and Poster Display on Friday, May 13, 2022. The theme “Making an Impact, Shaping the Future” focused on strategies to address equity and diversity challenges experienced by institutions across the national Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) network. The hybrid […]

ICTS awards winning entries in first-ever virtual poster display

The ICTS has awarded four separate awards to investigators in the ICTS’ first-ever virtual poster display and contest. As part of the 4th annual ICTS Symposium, 47 separate posters were submitted and reviewed by 22 ICTS faculty from Washington University in St. Louis, University of Missouri – Columbia, and Saint Louis University. Posters showcased ICTS-supported […]

CCHPR awards scholarships to community organizations

Hillman Hall, Brown School

The Center for Community Health Partnership & Research (CCHPR) has awarded ten scholarships to individuals employed by local nonprofit and governmental organizations. The funding will enable staff to attend week-long professional development courses offered through the Brown School Summer Institute at Washington University in St. Louis. The scholarship supports intensive virtual learning for three hours […]

ICTS Announces 2022-2023 CTRFP Awardees

Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) and The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital awards 25 investigators as part of the 15th annual Clinical and Translational Research Funding Program (CTRFP). The CTRFP is the largest internal grant funding program of the ICTS. Applicants are required to submit proposals for projects that promote the translation […]

NIH Research Matters profiles ICTS research supported by biorepository

Antibodies are the immune system’s first line of defense against viruses like SARS-CoV-2.

NIH Research Matters profiles study led by ICTS investigator, Ali Ellebedy, PhD, an associate professor of pathology & immunology, of medicine and of molecular microbiology at Washington University School of Medicine. According to the study, antibodies elicited by COVID-19 vaccination become steadily more powerful for at least six months after vaccination. The study utilized samples […]