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CRTC Alumni Dr. Stout studies makeup of vaginal microbiome linked to preterm birth

Dr. Molly Stout, alumni of the CRTC Mentored Training Program in Clinical Investigation was recently interviewed for the Source on...

2017 CRTC Award Winners

The CRTC is happy to announce the 2017 winners of the Coursemaster of the Year, Mentor of the Year and...

Mario Castro leads study on cancer drug that may help patients with severe asthma

Dr. Mario Castro, Director of the CRTC Office of Training Grants, and the Internal Medicine Office of Faculty Development, is...

Alison Cahill interviewed for recent US News article on taking ADHD Medications when pregnant

Dr. Alison Cahill, K30 and MTPCI alumni, and chief of the division of maternal fetal medicine, was recently interviewed by...

CRTC Winter/Spring 2017 Alumni Newsletter

See the CRTC Bi-Annual Alumni Newsletter published in Winter/Spring 2017.

Amit Amin study reveals ways to improve outcomes, reduce costs for angioplasty

KM1 and Patient Safety alumni, Amit Amin, MD finds hospitals can improve patient care and reduce costs associated with coronary...

Jacob Greenberg and Chris Carpenter publish new guidance for children with head trauma

CRTC alumni Jacob Greenberg, MD (TL1 Intensive) and Chris Carpenter, MD (KM1, K30 programs) recently published in JAMA Pediatrics new...

Amrita Aranake-Chrisinger receives FAER fellowship award

Dr. Aranake-Chrisinger is the recipient of a highly competitive $75,000 Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER) fellowship award. She...

Cynthia Rodgers finds early signs of anxiety, depression may be evident in newborns

A recent study conducted by KL2 Alumni Cynthia Rogers, MD finds that analyzing brain scans of newborns, can identify early predictors...

Jennie Kwon named National Academy of Medicine fellow

Jennie Kwon, KL2 scholar and MTPCI alumni has been selected as a 2016 National Academy of Medicine fellow in osteopathic...