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Community Engagement

Planning for West Virginia's first practice-based research network is underway

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Making Connections

Members attended the 2014 Appalachian Translational Research Network Summit

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Faculty Recruitment

Recruiting & training the next generation of clinical and translational scientists

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Research Scholar Program

Research Scholar Dr. Jennifer Mallow (right) and her mentor Dr. Laura Theeke.

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The West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute was created by its member institutions to advance the development of research focused on the health issues facing the people and communities of West Virginia.

We believe communities benefit most from research when they have the opportunity to help set the research agenda. We also believe institutions are stronger when they collaborate and cooperate with others that share their values. And we believe the development of scientific capability across our entire state will benefit not only the health of West Virginians, but also our educational and economic future.

After exploring the many content areas of the WVCTSI, please contact us for more information on how to get involved and/or provide suggestions on how best to serve you and West Virginia.

**The project described was supported by the National Institute Of General Medical Sciences, U54GM104942. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.


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