Indiana University

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We bring together the brightest minds to solve the state's most pressing health challenges.

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Funded Years
2012 - 2020
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  • UL1

    UL1 Director
    Sharon
    Moe
    Site PI Indiana CTSA, Assoc Dean Clinical and Translational Science
    Sarah
    Wiehe
    Associate Professor of Pediatrics
    UL1 Administrator
    Rob
    Dimmitt
    Sr. Director, Research Administration and Finance
    ,
    Amy
    Wright
    Director of Research Services

    Education

    KL2 Director
    Brownsyne
    Tucker Edmonds
    Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Clinical Pediatrics
    KL2 Administrator
    Patricia
    McGuire
    CTSI Education Program Manager
    TL1 Director
    Thomas
    Hurley
    Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education
    TL1 Administrator
    Patricia
    McGuire
    CTSI Education Program Manager

    Communications

    Communications Representative
    Christine
    Drury
    Associate Director, Research Communications

    Enterprise Committees

    Integration Across Lifespan Voting Member
    Scott
    Denne
    Deputy Director, Indiana CTSI

    Common Metrics

    Primary CM Contact

Educational Content

Improving Reproducibility in Research

In order to promote better training and ensure the reliability and reproducibility of research, Aaron Carroll developed a series of webisodes (thematically related online videos) targeted at graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and beginning investigators that will address critical features of
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Statistical Topics for Reproducible Animal Research

Preclinical research involving animal models can be improved when appropriate experimental, analytical, and reporting practices are used. We produced a series of animated vignettes with quantitative experts and laboratory scientists discussing aspects of study design, interpretation, and reporting
Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI

Education Opportunity - Leadership Management and Planning for Health IT, Part II

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working
Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI

Education Opportunity - Leadership Management and Planning for Health IT

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working
Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI

Education Opportunity - Electronic Health Records (EHR) Common Capabilities, Part II

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working

Indiana Pandemic Information Collaborative: Controlling COVID-19 through a Multi-disciplinary Network of Public and Private Stakeholders

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has challenged America’s public health infrastructure in a manner unseen in over a century. While some of the first hard-hit areas, such as New York City, are cautiously reporting declining case volumes, hospitalizations, and mortality rates, several

Poster depicting the work of the Indiana CTSI Monon Collaborative.  This initiative is working with community and partners to tackle health inequities and poor health outcomes in Indiana.

Monon Collaborative: A Community Learning Health System

Wiehe S, Hardwick E, Hudson B, Hege T, and Shekhar A Indiana currently ranks 41st out of 50 states in health with the life expectancy of some zip codes being dramatically worse than others. In fact, a study by Weathers et al (2015)[i] showed that persons living within particular Indianapolis