The Central Society for Clinical and Translational Research is one of the oldest academic medical societies in the Midwest.
Members are academic leaders of medical schools in the Midwest however, CSCTR has active members throughout the U.S. and Canada. The society holds an Annual Meeting that contains cutting-edge papers, posters, lectures, and state-of-the-art forums. You are encouraged to apply for membership.
It was created by distinguished academic physicians in the Midwest to:
Our Vision: Promoting a vibrant, supportive community of multidisciplinary, clinical, and translational medical research to benefit humanity.
Our Mission: Develop and support communication, collaboration, and career development within a community of medical researchers in the central U.S. and beyond.
CSCTR announces a 2023 Pilot Trainee membership open to students, residents, and fellows in clinical or translational sciences and who wish to enjoy networking and mentorship as they navigate new experiences and opportunities to achieve professional goals.
Abstracts and Case Reports accepted to the 2022 meeting are published online in the Journal of Investigative Medicine at afmr.org/journal.cgi and can be accessed via https://jim.bmj.com/content/70/7/1557.
Visit the Membership section for full details.
CSCTR congratulates the 2022 Early Career Development Award recipients. This award provides the recipient a $10,000 grant to be used to supplement any combination of salary and/or lab support.
Patricia Bloom, MD
Nathan Schoettler, MD, PhD
Sreekant Avula, MD
Collin Michael Barrett
Doo Woong Choi, MD
Jesse M. Fajnzylber
Tarek R. Firzli
Adrienne L. Johnson, PhD
Denise Kent, PhD, RN, APN
Uriel Kim, PhD
Gabriel G. Kleer, BS
Nabiel Mir, MD
Anne C. Osuji
Wiramon Rungratanawanich, PhD
Maria Victoria Salguero Bermonth, MD, MSc
Faria Sami, MD
Apoorva Tarihalkar Patil, MS
Michaela E. Trautman, RD