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Power of Research Not Lost on Graduates of Patient Scientist Academy

May 11th, 2017|

Patient Scientist Academy graduates and Translational Research Institute academy leaders, (back, l-r) Dr. Kate Stewart, Richelle Brittain, Tamika Keener, Sharunda Henagan and Camille Hart; (front, l-r), Nicki Spencer, Cheri

Fire Alarm Disrupts, Does Not Deter TRI ‘A-Team’

May 11th, 2017|

Despite a fire alarm evacuation, the TRI study team kept testing on schedule in UAMS Parking 3 for research participant Homer Paul (center). Team members are (l-r) Cynthia Witkowski,

UAMS Synthetic ‘Marijuana’ Researcher Presents Findings at National Meeting

May 4th, 2017|

Anna Radominska-Pandya, Ph.D., (left front) with UAMS synthetic "marijuana" research team members, including Laura James, M.D., (right), and (back, l-r) Principal Investigator Paul Prather, Ph.D., Jeff Moran, Ph.D., and

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TRI & me“As a clinical and basic researcher and director of TRI’s Pilot Studies Program, I am excited about the future of TRI sponsored research. We continue to build for the future by supporting new initiatives that emphasize early career investigators, inter-disciplinary projects and inter-institutional collaboration. In the current granting cycle, we involved community representatives fully in our review of the UAMS pilot applications that will move in bold new directions and employ cuttingedge methods. Likewise, we have issued a solicitation for applications for the Western States Consortium that incorporate collaboration among investigators from at least two of the four member institutions.”

Donald Mock, M.D., Ph.D., Director, TRI Pilot Studies Program, Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Pediatrics