The Northwestern University Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS) hosts Science in Translation, a podcast featuring NUCATS scientists who are dedicated to accelerating how fast they can move a transformational finding in a lab into a treatment, cure or solution that will improve human health. Scientists also share tools and resources available through NUCATS for investigators. Browse all our episodes below.
NUCATS can help facilitate bringing your research to market by fostering biomedical ingenuity and entrepreneurial activities through its focus on translational innovation. In this episode, Satish Nadig, MD, PhD, discusses his experience collaborating with and starting biotechnology companies and the importance of institutional support when launching startups or exploring the commercialization of research.
|Jan 10, 2023|
Sadiya Khan, MD, MSc, was recently awarded two Research Project (R01) grants from the National Institutes of Health, a rare feat for an investigator in the earlier stages of her career. In the first episode of the NUCATS’ podcast, Science in Translation, Khan talks about the role the institute has played in her research career so far, through the KL2 Career Development Award, to access mentors, resources and more.
|Dec 7, 2022|
|Nov 17, 2022|
Science in Translation is a podcast from the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute. On this show, you’ll hear from NUCATS scientists who are dedicated to accelerating how fast they can move a transformational finding in a lab into a treatment, cure, or solution that will improve human health. You will also discover tools and resources available through NUCATS to catalyze, accelerate, and transform translational science.
Funded by the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, the NUCATS Institute is part of a national network of CTSA hubs and is a critical component of Northwestern’s research enterprise.
|Nov 2, 2022|