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The aim of the CU-CSU Summit is to engage researchers from all of the CCTSI campuses who are interested in a common topic.
With this daylong academic conference, the CCTSI seeks to foster new collaborations across campuses and across the research areas. The Summit attracts researchers from across the state.
Last year, the CU-CSU Summit took place on August 14, 2019 and featured the topic of AI and Machine Learning in Biomedical Research. It included an informal poster display, highlighting recent and ongoing clinical, translational and basic research activities that related to the topic.
We don't yet have a date for 2020, but the event usually takes place in the middle of August. As soon as we have more details, we will post them here.
Posters may be set up any time after 10:30 am and need to be removed no later than 2:15 pm. It is recommended that posters are 6' x 4' or smaller. If your poster is larger than 6' x 4', please email Tristan Adams.
Poster boards and push pins will be provided.
Periodically CCTSI Director Ron Sokol, MD holds a Town Hall meeting at the various CCTSI campuses and institutional partner locations. The purpose of the meetings is to share new and key information about the grant, resources for researchers and educational and career development offerings of the institute. With the most recent grant award in 2018, CCTSI held Town Halls on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, CU Boulder, Children’s Hospital Colorado, National Jewish Health and Colorado State University. If you’d to request a Town Hall, contact Wendy Meyer.
CCTSI and New Faculty Town Hall