GHUCCTS

News

Share This
  • Jan 14, 2020

TL1 Scholar Dr. Kimberly Uweh receives Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine

TL1 Scholar Dr. Kimberly Uweh is the recipient of a Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine, a biannual publication that features health and medical education, research, and clinical news for alumni and friends of Georgetown University School of Medicine and Medical Center.

Her writing, What's Behind a Good Night's Sleep? Researching Placebo Effects in Insomnia Treatment, was published in their Fall 2019 edition.

Completing her second year as a GHUCCTS TL1 TBS scholar, Dr. Uweh enjoys healing people through art and science. She is also an aspiring fashion designer.

Related News

GHUCCTS funds six new pilot projects, including four that address the current COVID-19 pandemic

Aug 04, 2020

After a competitive application cycle, GHUCCTS has selected 6 new pilot projects to be funded for 2020-2021. The Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies program (PTCS) has been a critical and effective stimulus for collaboration that has inspired the development and implementation of new clinical and translational research projects. The PTCS program is designed to bring about further advances that will improve the process of research throughout our CTSA hub and the national CTSA consortium. These contributions will draw upon a range of GHUCCTS capacities from community-based recruitment of underserved populations to the use of high-performance computing in the development of therapeutic agents. Four of the six selected pilot projects will focus on COVID-19 and the current pandemic.

NIH awards $24M to GHUCCTS to support clinical and translational research

May 01, 2020

The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) has received a $24.3 million Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science, a part of the National Institutes of Health.

Monumental clinical trial leverages GHUCCTS Trial Innovation Network

Feb 21, 2020

The Memory Improvement through Nicotine Dosing (MIND) study team leveraged the GHUCCTS Trial Innovation Network (TIN) to identify collaborators for the trial through an EHR-based cohort assessment. The clinical trial was placed at the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program.

Close