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CLIC News Roundup - February 25

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration LogoNew CTSA Program Meetings Landing Page
CLIC, in conjunction with NCATS, has developed a single stop for all your CTSA Program Meeting information. On the CTSA Program Meeting landing page within the CLIC website, you can find ALL information related Spring or Fall CTSA Program Meetings.
Washington University KL2 Scholar Utilizes CTSA Resources to Advance MRSA Research
Breakthrough research often requites years of training, time spent writing and countless hours coordinating resources. Such is the case for Stephanie Fritz, MD, MSCI, member of the Washington University Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) and senior author of a new study on the superbug methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
New Mayo Clinic Proceedings "The Compass" offers direction on bioethics issues in medicine 
Mayo Clinic Proceedings recently added a new section, The Compass, which aims to promote discussion and analysis of bioethics issues and "questions of moral and clinical decision-making.” Some hot topics include artificial intelligence, burnout, financial conflicts and other emerging and under-examined issues.
Harvard Gazette: Scientists from Harvard, China to unite against coronavirus
Harvard scientists are teaming up with researchers in China as part of a new five-year agreement to develop new diagnostics and therapies against the novel coronavirus that has continued to spread around the world. The $115 million deal will bring together basic scientists, translational investigators, and clinical researchers at Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Guangzhou Institute for Respiratory Health to study the new virus.