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Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute

Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute HUB: a model for collaboration

William Barnett

At a time when medical research increasingly requires collaboration by large numbers of busy people, the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute HUB offers a model for using advanced information technology to link scientists, health providers, community partners and others for the purpose of accelerating clinical and translational research. Full Story >>

Colon cancer research

Indiana CTSI

Support from a statewide research institute centered at the Indiana University School of Medicine will expand a project to fight colorectal cancer into rural and suburban communities in north central Indiana. Full Story >>

Indiana CTSI to support colon cancer research in rural Indiana

Indiana CTSI

Support from a statewide research institute centered at the Indiana University School of Medicine will expand a project to fight colorectal cancer into rural and suburban communities in north central Indiana. Full Story >>

New compound may accelerate bone healing, prevent osteoporosis

Hiroki Yokota

An Indiana University scientist studying human bone growth has received a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to study a chemical compound with potential to fight osteoporosis and accelerate broken bone healing. "In preliminary studies, particularly in bone fractures, we've seen an effect in as little as a week," said Hiroki Yokota, professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, "and the effect is even stronger in two weeks." Full Story >>

New compound may accelerate bone healing, prevent osteoporosis

Hiroki Yokota

An Indiana University scientist studying human bone growth has received a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to study a chemical compound with potential to fight osteoporosis and accelerate broken bone healing. "In preliminary studies, particularly in bone fractures, we've see an effect in as little as a week," said Hiroki Yokota, professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, "and the effect is even stronger in two weeks." Full Story >>

Indiana CTSI leads tech partnership with Big Ten group to improve access to scientific resources

Indiana CTSI

The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) is pioneering a new technology collaboration with the Big Ten universities and the University of Chicago to facilitate access to cutting-edge online tools that ease information sharing and group work among researchers at multiple institutions. Full Story >>