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Schools


Twelve schools and colleges and nearly 50 faculty members provide core support to the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICATS). Unlike traditional medical research teams, ICATS contributors provide the full array of expertise required to turn discoveries made in laboratories into products for the public. For example, MU's business college assists with commercial development; the law school assists with patents, intellectual property protection and regulations; and the journalism school assists with communicating the benefits of clinical and translational research to health care providers, policy makers and communities.


The proximity of these schools to each other and other resources makes MU an ideal environment for clinical and translational research. MU is one of only five universities nationwide that offers medicine, veterinary medicine, law and a nuclear research reactor on one campus. MU also is one of only six public universities in the country with medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering and law on one campus. The University of Missouri also has a comprehensive academic health center supported by a far-reaching network of hospitals and clinics.

News

Research Day MU Announces Awards at Health Sciences Research Day
Event features projects from student and physician researchers

Parks Parks Named Associate Director of Clinical Research Center
Noted nutrition researcher recruited to University of Missouri

Diabetes Adult Stem Cells Could Hold
Key to Curing Type 1 Diabetes

Combining cells from bone marrow with new drug restores insulin production

Binge Research Shows Binge Drinking
Could Leave Lasting Damage

Overconsumption creates a different kind of liver damage that affects key organ functions

Cystic Fibrosis Discovery Could Increase Efficacy of Promising Cystic Fibrosis Drug
Data about defective protein described in National Academy of Sciences journal

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