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Federal STEM Graduate Seminar Series – How to Successfully Apply for Federal Fellowships

Webinar, Wednesday, August 24th between Noon-1:30pm CST. This workshop, sponsored by the Graduate Education Interagency Working Group, is entitled “How...

William Hawkins receives $10.4 million NCI grant for pancreatic cancer research

Dr. William Hawkins, MTPCI Alumni, and current CRTC mentor, is principal investigator of a $10.4 million National Cancer Institute (NCI) grant...

Jane Garbutt interviewed for St Louis American “Health Matters” feature

Dr. Jane Garbutt, Director of the Mentored Training Program in Clinical Investigation and Co-Director of the KL2 Career Development Program, was...

Terrance Kummer awarded NIH grant to study brain activity in coma

Dr. Terrance Kummer, KL2 alumni and current MSCI scholars, along with ShiNung Ching from the School of Engineering were awarded...

Sarah Hartz comments on medical research methodology

“Most of those are based on educated white people, and not on the full range of the American population,” said...

Sarah Hartz finds use of internet in medical research may hinder minority recruitment

A School of Medicine study, lead by Dr. Sarah Hartz, MTPCI and KL2 alumni, finds that, even in this internet...

$5.1 million aimed at preventing superbugs, infections in health-care settings

CRTC Director, David Warren, MD, MPH along with current KL2 Scholar Jennie Kwon, DO, and KL2 Alumni Erik Dubberke, MD,...

CRTC Mentor and K12 Scholar are Launching a Study in African-American Women with Breast Cancer

CRTC Mentor, Laura Bierut, MD, is the Senior Investigator working with her Co-Investigator, K12 Scholar Foluso Ademuyiwa, MD, are launching...

KL2 Alumni Dr. Pepino Cited in Time Magazine Article

Dr. Yanino Pepino de Gruev’s research on sugar substitutes was recently cited in the Time article “You Asked: Do Sugar...

Dr. Nagele honored by Society of Biological Psychiatry

Peter Nagele, MD, MTPCI alumni and current CRTC mentor, associate professor of anesthesiology at the School of Medicine, has received...