A shared vision regarding interdisciplinary collaboration in clinical and translational science has led us to activate the MU Institute for Clinical and Translational Science. The activation came with commitments from the provost and deans to designate 33 faculty from existing MU schools and colleges into the new campus home for clinical and translational science. The interdisciplinary faculty represented in the institute extends participation to even more schools and colleges, including human environmental sciences; agriculture, food, and natural resources; and business. The institute's leadership and designated faculty constitute a diverse team of interdisciplinary researchers and educators who are highly committed to the new academic home and to the mission of the institute.

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  • National Security Entrepreneurship: Partnerships with the Private Sector panel 

    Driskill, Joseph; Brown, Lisa M. Kirk; Dabson, Brian; Fender, Chris; Fennewald, Paul H.; Magee, Suzanne; Monsees, Rob (2011-04)
    Some of the most innovative approaches to solving national securitychallenges involve academia, and the private sector teaming with the U.S. government. This discussion addressed the enormous scale of opportunities that ...
  • The Knowledge Management Tsunami: Making Sense of Complex Intelligence and National Security Issues panel 

    Magee, Suzanne; Bowyer, Barbara; Cameron, Glen T.; Cui, Helen; Shyu, Chi-Ren; H., Melissa; L., Mark (2011-04)
    Experts will address the challenge of information overload, sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. Perspectives will emphasize the technology and information needs of an end user ...
  • One Health: Addressing the Challenges of Global Health and Food Security panel 

    Simpson, Gary; Barnes, Stephen; Franz, David R., D.V.M.; McNamara, Tracey; Pittman, Barry; Wilson, James M. (2011-04)
    This panel will provided an expert-centered overview of operational, policy, and critical decision-making threats, opportunities, and strengths that shape the effectiveness of health and food protection and security locally, ...
  • The 21st Century Intelligence Community Enterprise: Challenges and Opportunities panel 

    Kilpatrick, James; Brown, Lisa M. Kirk; Cudmore, David; H., Melissa; L., Mark; T., Dan; Wever, Katherine M. (2011-04)
    The structure, function, and dynamics of today's Intelligence Community were described with an emphasis on human capital and career opportunities. A number of examples of trans-disciplinary career possibilities that span ...
  • Participant biographies 

    This document provides, in alphabetical order, short biographies of the colloquium participants.
  • Emerging Threats to One Health: Implications to U.S. National Security Program 

    The program for the April 12, 2011 colloquium on Emerging Threats to One Health: Implications to U.S. National Security.
  • An Introduction to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence 

    Gant, Lenora Peters (Office of the Director of National Intelligence, 2011-03)
    This presentation from Dr. Lenora Peters Gant, the Director, Office of the Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence in National Security Studies (IC CAE), in the Office of the director of National Intelligence ...
  • Welcome from Dr. Lenora Gant 

    Gant, Lenora Peters (2011-03)
    This letter from Dr. Lenora Gant, the Deputy Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Human Capital (DADNI/HC) and Director, Office of the Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence in National Security ...
  • Welcome from Dr. Annette Sobel 

    Sobel, Annette (2011-03)
    This letter from Dr. Annette Sobel, the host of the workshop, welcomed participants and encouraged them to collaborate with each other.