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November 7, 2019 | Center News
Cerner Millennium Electronic Infrastructure and Electronic Health Record (EHR) Selected for Installation in The Rockefeller University Hospital

The Rockefeller University Hospital is in the process of implementing Cerner Millennium as our electronic infrastructure and Electronic Health Record (EHR). The hospital devoted more than three years to assessing different systems in order to identify one that is the very best fit for the unique structure of Rockefeller.

November 7, 2019 | 2019 Clinical Scholar program graduates
Clinical Scholars Program Celebrates New Graduates

Nine graduating Clinical Scholars received Master of Clinical and Translational Science degrees at a dinner celebrating them and their mentors on June 6, 2019.

November 7, 2019 | Career Development
Dinner with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Former 23rd Commissioner of the FDA

Clinical Scholars and Faculty had the unique opportunity to meet Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Commissioner of the FDA on June 26th for a dinner event.

November 7, 2019 | New Clinical Scholars
New Clinical Scholars Join the Center for Clinical and Translational Science

On July 1, 2019, four new Clinical Scholars joined the Rockefeller University Clinical Scholars Program. They are Drs. Dana Bielopolski, Rachel Niec, Yael Renert-Yuval, and Jeffrey Wong.

November 7, 2019 | Meet the Scholar
Meet the Scholar: John W. Frew, MD

Dr. John Frew joined the Clinical Scholars program at the Rockefeller University in July 2018. Dr. Frew received his MD from the University of South Wales, Australia.

November 7, 2019 | Clinical Research Nursing
Inaugural Tri-State Nursing Translational Research Consortium Meeting Held at Rockefeller University

On September 17, 2019, Bernandette (Candy) Capili PhD, NP-C hosted the inaugural Tri-State Nursing Translational Research Consortium Group at Rockefeller University. The Consortium is composed of nurse leaders from the Tri-State CTSAs.

November 7, 2019 | Meet the Graduate
Meet the Graduate: Chibuzo Enemchukwu, MD, MS

Dr. Chibuzo Enemchukwu graduated from the Clinical Scholars program and received a Master’s degree in Clinical and Translational Research in June 2019

November 7, 2019 | Heilbrunn Family Center for Research
Heilbrunn Family Center for Research Nursing Appoints Five Nurse Scholars

Five nurses from around the country were selected to receive the Heilbrunn Nurse Scholar Award, given by The Rockefeller University Heilbrunn Family Center For Research Nursing to support nurses while they pursue independent research projects that will make a significant contribution to the discipline of nursing. Each award provides a maximum of $25,000 for one or two years. Funding for the awards, now in the sixth year, is from an endowment established by sisters Helaine Lerner and Joan Rechnitz in honor of their parents, Harriet and Robert Heilbrunn.

November 7, 2019 | New Pilot Awards
New Pilot Grants Awarded

The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS), along with the Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System (CDDS), and the Shapiro-Silverberg Fund for the Advancement of Translational Research supported 30 pilot projects out of a total of 56 applications that were submitted this year. CCTS Clinical Scholars received 10 pilot awards. This year’s total of $1,020,784 awarded brings the grand total of pilot project funding to $9,948,712 since the program began under the initial CTSA grant in 2006. A total of 480 different pilots have been funded to 46 different laboratories.