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Novel Clinical and Translational Methodologies

 

The CTSI CTSI Translational Technologies and Resources Core is co-led by: 
Roland Valdes Jr., PhD.
Professor and Senior Vice Chair, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University Distinguished Scholar.

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John Eaton, Ph.D.,
Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology/Toxicology, School of Medicine, Deputy Director, Brown Cancer Center

 

 

Robert Keynton

Dr. Robert Keynton, Ph.D., Co-Director, is professor and chair of the Department of Bioengineering, the Lutz Endowed Chair of Biomechanical Devices, and has co-founded two companies, Assenti, LLC and Ultra Trace Detection, LLC.  He has been recognized for his accomplishments by several organizations including: the Houston Society of Engineering in Medicine and Biology as the Outstanding Young Scientist of the Year and was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Biological and Medical Engineering in 2007.  Dr. Keynton has over 70 peer-reviewed publications, 100 conferences papers, and 12 patent applications. He is currently involved in multidisciplinary research that includes over $18.2 million of funding from NIH, NSF and DHS.  His research interests include BioMEMS, microfluidics, Lab-on-a-Chip development, nanofabrication, MEMS modeling, ultra- high-precision micromechanical machining, and cardiovascular mechanics.

 

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2.18.11....Members of the Ft. Knox medical team tour the Clean Room on the Belknap campus with members of the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and the Engineering faculty.


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•Enhance the efficiency with which innovative discoveries at the UofL are applied in clinical practice. •Catalyze the discovery and development of novel science and technology-based discoveries at UofL •Develop new programs to attract and train research associates and junior faculty scientists in translational research

•Enhance the efficiency with which innovative discoveries at the UofL are applied in clinical practice.

•Catalyze the discovery and development of novel science and technology-based discoveries at UofL

•Develop new programs to attract and train research associates and junior faculty scientists in translational research


 

To contact us:

James R. Zanewicz, J.D., LL.M., started the Office of Technology Development at the University of Louisville in December of 2000, and guided the office's development and growth into the Office of Technology Transfer. 
http://louisville.edu/thinker/for-faculty-and-staff

 

 

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