Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences

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The Institute was established in 2007 through a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Institutes of Health, as well as institutional support from Washington University and BJC HealthCare. The programs and services of the ICTS are designed to speed the translation of research findings into their application to improve prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. The ICTS is a catalyst for intra- and inter-institutional cooperation and collaboration at Washington University (WU) its partnering health care system BJC Healthcare, and our academic partners Saint Louis University (SLU), the St. Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP), and the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU). These are other partnerships with academic, health care, and community organizations support the ICTS mission and the overarching goals of the national CTSA consortium.

During this pilot of the Profiles platform, only ICTS members with School of Medicine appointments are listed. To see a complete list of members, please use the ICTS Membership DIrectory.

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    Moon, M. R., Apr 2020, In : Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 109, 4, p. 996-998 3 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalEditorial

    12-LOX catalyzes the oxidation of 2-arachidonoyl-lysolipids in platelets generating eicosanoid-lysolipids that are attenuated by iPLA2γ knockout

    Liu, X., Sims, H. F., Jenkins, C. M., Guan, S., Dilthey, B. G. & Gross, R. W., Apr 17 2020, In : Journal of Biological Chemistry. 295, 16, p. 5307-5320 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 150 HAM-D6 Outcomes in a Randomized, Controlled Trial Evaluating the Utility of Combinatorial Pharmacogenomics in Depression

    Dunlop, B. W., Parikh, S. V., Patel, M., Rothschild, A. J., Thase, M. E., DeBattista, C., Conway, C. R., Forester, B. P., Shelton, R. C., Macaluso, M., Li, J., Brown, K., Brown, L., Jablonski, M. R. & Greden, J. F., Apr 1 2020, In : CNS Spectrums. 25, 2, p. 295-296 2 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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