KL2 scholars, Jeffrey Koenitzer, MD, PhD; James Krings, MD, MSCI; and Christopher Ryan King, MD, PhD, recently attended the Association for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ACTS) annual Translational Science Meeting in Chicago, IL. This meeting fosters inclusive conversations amongst colleagues, furthers advancements in team science and provides a platform for scholars and trainees to showcase […]
The Clinical Research Training Center serves as the education and workforce development arm of the Instituteof Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS), the Clinical and Translational ScienceAwards (CTSA) Program at Washington University in St. Louis. The CRTC supports the nextgeneration of interdisciplinary research leaders and provides a wide variety ofopportunities to meet the needs of the […]
Congratulations to Washington University TL1 trainees, Ameen Awad, Samuel Cortez, MD, Annahita Fotouhi, and Alexandra Zdonczyk for winning the inaugural TL1 Debate on November 9, 2021, defeating a team from the University of Michigan.
You have a gene. It’s called “cholinergic receptor nicotinic alpha 5 subunit,” or CHRNA5 for short. It does important things inside your body. Certain sections of it, for example, dictate how your brain processes nicotine. That’s true for everybody. You may, however, have variants in and near this gene that put you at risk: They […]
PhD student Audrey Keleman, MSOT, was selected as a 2021 TL1 Translational Sciences Postdoctoral Program (TSPP) trainee.
In 2015 Kenneth Remy, MD, MHSc arrived in St. Louis to join the Washington University School of Medicine faculty as an assistant professor of pediatrics and launched his lab studying the intersection of transfusion hematology and immune dysregulation. He was fresh off a National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellowship in Bethesda, Maryland, gaining experience that helped to […]