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Mission Statement

Tufts CTSI's mission is to stimulate innovative broadly-engaged team science across the translational research spectrum to improve clinical care and health. We strive to achieve these goals by providing education, consultation, services, and direct support.

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2012 - 2020
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Educational Content

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Translating ‘Natural’ Experiments into Clinical Research: Using Administrative Data for CER

Explain the strengths and limitations of administrative data, discuss analytic methods based on data available, and describe the use of data in dialysis case studies.

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Translating Research into Better Health

This training will discuss CER and related topics

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Unit 2: Evidence Generation

Includes Part 1: Comparative Effectiveness Trials and Part 2: Assessing Pharmacogenetic Information in Clinical Trials

Breaking the Silence: Confronting Exclusion in Research. Friday, March 6, 5:15-8:00PM, 145 Harrison Avenue, Boston. Image shows silhouettes of people's heads in various pastel colors.

Breaking the Silence: Confronting Exclusion in Research

Join us for a meaningful evening of self-reflection, dialogue, and community-building, featuring: - Keynote speaker Camara Phyllis Jones, past President of the American Public Health Association and Senior Fellow, Satcher Health Leadership Institute, Morehouse College. Dr. Jones is known for her

Tufts CTSI Translational Research Day 2020. Image of hands holding light bulbs. Event is Friday, March 6, 8:30AM-3:30PM at Tufts Medical Center, 800 Washington Street, Boston.

Translational Research Day 2020: Broadly-Engaged Team Science

The future of research is in your hands. Learn how broadly-engaged team science and stakeholder engagement can help you to build authentic partnerships for translational research collaboration. Join us to celebrate innovation, inclusivity, and team-building at this exciting event, featuring: - A

Photo of bamboo with summary information about Tufts CTSI's Asian Health Symposium on April 3, 2020.

Navigating Change: Building Community Resilience through Community-Prioritized Research

Boston’s Chinatown is experiencing tremendous development, economic pressure, and change. Interested in learning how the community is navigating these challenges and fostering resilience to improve access to community health and well-being through community-prioritized research? Join Tufts CTSI and

Opportunities

Florence Levy Kay Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health and Climate Change

This is a postdoctoral fellowship opportunity at Brandeis University, a partner of Tufts CTSI. The Health: Science, Society, and Policy Program and the Environmental Studies Program at Brandeis University invite applications for a two-year, non-renewable Florence Levy Kay Postdoctoral Fellowship in

Clinical Effectiveness Study Design Lab

The JHU-Tufts Trial Innovation Center is inviting investigators who are interested in pursuing innovative clinical trial designs to participate in its annual Innovations in Clinical Effectiveness Study Design Lab. These two one-day sessions bring stakeholders together in a collaborative

When a worldwide disaster only can be stopped by clinical and translational research: A sampling of Tufts CTSI’s research efforts on COVID-19

From the first days after COVID-19 reached our nation’s shores, Tufts CTSI has taken an active role in helping researchers at Tufts Medical Center (Tufts MC), Tufts University, and its partners and collaborators to respond to the pandemic. Located in Boston, an early COVID-19 “hot-spot,” and seeing

Poster by Tufts CTSI for September 2019 CTSA Meeting

Optional Components to Transform Research: One Health and T.5 Capacity in Medical Devices

The mission of Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is to stimulate innovative broadly-engaged team science across the translational research spectrum to improve clinical care and health. We achieve this by providing education, consultation, services, and direct support. Our