Monday, November 13th- 12 PM- 1 PM, Main Hospital, Learning Center Please join us for the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research’s Discovery Dialogues seminar, “Discovering ways to make cost-effective medicines: A case study with ciprofloxacin”, presented by Dr. Perrer Tosso, Post-doctoral Fellow, Chemical and Life Science Engineering, on Monday, November 13 from noon – 1PM in the hospital’s Learning Center (Main Hospital, first … Continue reading Check out these events!
Come to the Research Expo and find out how the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research can help you! The sessions are divided into two tracks that will run concurrently. The Wright Center’s Lydia Klinger and Tim Aro will be presenting the following sessions that day. Come and check it out! Session Title: First Look: Wright Center Clinical Research Coordinator Education & Training Program … Continue reading Research Expo 2017
The C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research invites you to attend the next Central Virginia SoCRA Chapter Meeting taking place on Friday, March 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the McGlothlin Medical Education Center, 11th floor, Rooms 11-101 & 11-102. A webinar titled “The Two Faces of Research: the Havasupai Indian Experience with Arizona State University Research” will play, … Continue reading Central Virginia SoCRA Chapter Meeting to Present “The Two Faces of Research” Webinar
The C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research at VCU recently sponsored a Discovery Dialogue presentation led by Joseph McClay, Ph.D., assistant professor for the VCU Department of Pharmacotherapy & Outcomes Science. McClay’s seminar, titled “Discovery of genetic predictors for central nervous system drug response: the path to personalized treatment,” focused on personalized medicine and the process of mapping and characterizing genes for antipsychotic drug … Continue reading Dr. Joseph McClay Presents on the Path to Personalized Treatment
The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research hosted its fifth and final seminar as part of an ongoing Fall Brown Bag series where representatives from the VCU Wright CCTR raised awareness of the various tools and services offered by the Center. Robert “Bobby” Moulden, manager of Clinical Trials Management System for the VCU Wright CCTR, led this presentation with a … Continue reading CCTR Hosts Final Fall Brown Bag Seminar Featuring OnCore Discussion