Jan. 31: U Nebraska professor and Great Plains grant coordinator will discuss clinical translational research

Ted R. Mikuls, Vice Chairman of Research and Umbach Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, will present at the Department of Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series on Wednesday, Jan. 31, at noon in Room E101. The title of his talk is “Biorepositories in Clinical Translational Research.” Please go to https://www.unmc.edu/intmed/divisions/rheum/faculty/mikuls.html for Dr. Mikuls’s biography.

Dr. Mikuls is the Institutional Coordinator for the Great Plains IDeA Clinical Translational Research (CTR) grant. The Great Plains IDeA Clinical CTR Network is a collaborative effort between nine institutions in Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota (including UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences), and Kansas to reach these medically underserved populations and transform health delivery and outcomes in the Great Plains region. See https://gpctr.unmc.edu/.