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The 2012 CTSI Trainee, UNYTE, and NBEM Pilot Funding Recipients!!

The CTSI is pleased to announce the 2012 recipients of thetrainee, UNYTE, and Novel Biostatistical and Epidemiologic Methodologies awards. The CTSI Pilot and Collaborative Clinical & Translational Studies Awards Program provides research support for preliminary and proof-of-concept studies critical to moving basic laboratory findings into clinical applications. UNYTE Translational Research Network pilot awards facilitate collaboration by requiring collaboration between a University of Rochester principal investigator and a co-principal investigator from at least one other member institution within UNYTE. Novel Biostatistical and Epidemiologic Methodology Awards (NBEM) are designed to stimulate the development of novel biostatistical and epidemiologic methods to help overcome specifically identified limitations that will significantly enhance the validity, accuracy, scope or speed of translational research. Congratulations to the following individuals who will be receiving CTSI pilot funding.

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