CCTS Pilot Funding Awardees
Posted on June 13, 2022 by USA College of Engineering
Congratulations Dr. Mohamed Shaban, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department for being awarded one of the 2022 CCTS Pilot Funding awards.
"From bench to bedside, the CCTS is on a mission to improve health and health equity in communities across the deep south. By working together, we can accelerate the translation of fundamental and clinical research into improvements for human health and healthcare delivery.
Through the CCTS Pilot Program, we seek to ameliorate health conditions that disproportionately affect our region as represented by the CCTS Partner Network and to develop the future translational research workforce by fostering collaboration, team science and innovative discovery."
Quoted from the Center for Clinical and Translational Science website, linked here.
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