Hear it From Them

I would encourage you to review the attached guidelines and update your own profile within the system to give investigators around the world an accurate picture of your work and expertise.
Kenneth S. Polonsky, MD, Dean & EVP for Medical Affairs

By the Numbers

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Minimum Number of Members Worldwide
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U.S. Research Institutions
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Approximate Number of UChicago Researchers Auto-Enrolled

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Click Here for a Guide to Updating Your Profile.

Source: Harvard Catalyst

 

PLEASE NOTE:

PROFILES WILL BE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2017, THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 31,

AS IT UNDERGOES SEVERAL UPGRADES TO BETTER SERVE YOU.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE!

ITM Launches Networking and Directory Tool for Faculty and Researchers

Connect with potential collaborators and others within the research community with a new networking and expertise-mining software tool from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) consortium.

Profiles Research Networking Software goes beyond a simple directory by showing how people are connected through their work and providing filtering tools to form personalized networks based on concepts, collaborators, advisors, or advisees.

Harvard Catalyst: The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center, developed the software, which is now used by more than 45 U.S. research institutions.

The University of Chicago Institute for Translational Medicine (ITM), UChicago’s CTSA program, is thrilled to now offer this resource to the University’s research community at no cost to its users.

What: The University of Chicago Profiles: Research Networking Software

Why: Connect with fellow scientists and find collaborators based on their area of expertise.                                              

How: Update your profile to give investigators around the world an accurate picture of your work and expertise.

Questions? Contact Sara Serritella, the ITM’s Communications Manager, at serritella*uchicago.edu.