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Research Methods Seminar Series
Join the CTSI BERD group for its 2015-2016 bi-weekly research methods seminar series. All seminars will be videoconferenced between Hershey and University Park.More »
eagle-i, a nationally prominent resource catalog and search tool, is now available at Penn State! By improving the flow of relevant information through the biomedical research community, eagle-i has the potential to accelerate development of diagnostics, treatments, and prevention strategies.More »
Penn State has tremendous strength in clinical and translational research in a variety of disciplines, each of which has educational activities that share the common goal of preparing the next generation of healthcare professionals, researchers and educators to address our nation’s healthcare needs.More »
Clinical Services Core
The mission of the Clinical Research Program is to provide places, means, and an incentive for researchers from a broad array of disciplines and departments to conduct patient-oriented and community-centered clinical and translational research.More »
The Penn State Heart Assistant, developed by a team of researchers, clinicians, nurses and students at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and College of Medicine, seeks to empower heart failure patients to take control of their health and self-care routine.
Ming Wang, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences receives junior faculty award.
Inside the Elmore Research Wing at Noll Laboratory there is what looks like a mini hospital: a nurses’ station, exam rooms, a specimen processing lab, ultra sound machines, metabolic carts, EKG machines, and crash carts. But this is not a hospital; it is a place for research. What makes this center unique is that at…
Thank you to our speakers and participants for another successful P3 event!
Le Bao, Ph.D., assistant professor, Statistics to present ‘Incorporating Hierarchical Structure into Dynamic Systems: An Application of Estimating HIV Epidemics at Sub-National and Sub-Population Level’.