The Rhode Island Center for Clinical and Translational Science (RI-CCTS) serves as a central hub to support and educate clinical and translational researchers in Rhode Island. Our goal is to enhance collaboration and coordination of translational research in order to accelerate cross-disciplinary discoveries that improve health. The RI-CCTS aims to:
- Foster coordination between translational researchers at our partner institutions.
- Bring together the diverse clinical research resources to provide a home that facilitates new collaborations.
- Eliminate obstacles that may prevent researchers from pursuing clinical research initiatives.
- Educate, mentor and encourage young investigators in clinical research professional development.
- Facilitate research to gather preliminary data necessary for developing competitive research proposals.
- Sustain a clinical translational research environment by providing the necessary management and coordination of resources.
DEANS Award Translational Research Seminar
February 9, 2016
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Alpert Medical School, Case Study Room 270
Food and drink service opens at 5:30 pm; talks begin at 6:00 pm.
Modification of Perception in Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Neural Correlates. David Sheinberg, PhD (Neuroscience), Katharine A. Phillips, MD (Psychiatry and Human Behavior) and Takeo Watanabe, PhD (Cognitive Linguistic & Psychological Sciences)
Tissue Engineering Neuroma Prevention & Nerve Repair. Diane Hoffman-Kim, PhD (Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology and Biotechnology) and Carl Saab, PhD (Neurosurgery)
The complete 2016 schedule is available on our events page.