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The Biostats4you website was developed to serve medical and public health researchers and professionals who wish to learn more about biostatistics. The site contains carefully selected and vetted training materials especially suited for a non-statistician audience. This site is being developed and

Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring: An Online Curriculum for the Professional Development of Research Mentors

Content is organized into five modules that cover mentoring models, mentor roles and responsibilities, structure and dynamics of the mentoring relationship, and strategies for facilitating, and addressing challenges to, the mentoring process. The course engages learners through text, audio, mini

Data Monitoring Committee Training

Online video, developed as a joint project between the UW-Madison ICTR and the University of Minnesota CTSI. The training video features David DeMets, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison and James Neaton, PhD, University of Minnesota. This video is for training current or prospective Data
A banner for Research Ethics Day 2021 featuring the University of Minnesota logo, an image of a researcher holding a vial, and a graph with the words, "Coronavirus Vaccine Research"

Annual Research Ethics Day Conference - Conducting Research in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Ethics in an Emergency

Hear from top national experts on how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing research ethics. Experts will discuss how to advance ethics and equity when conducting pandemic research, how to reconcile the need for research with the clinical imperative to save lives, and how the pandemic is affecting
The University of Minnesota CTSI is hosting a conference in collaboration with the University of Minnesota Center for Magnetic Resonance Research entitled, “Toward the Clinical Translational of Ultra-High Field MRI”.

Toward the Clinical Translation of Ultra-High Field MRI 2019 Conference

The University of Minnesota CTSI, in collaboration with the University of Minnesota Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, is hosting a conference, “Toward the Clinical Translation of Ultra-High Field MRI”, for the national CTSA community on November 18-19, 2019 in Minneapolis, MN. The continued


CEARCH Assistant Director

About the Job The CEARCH Assistant Director builds and nurtures relationships across different communities and the University; works collaboratively with the CEARCH Management Council, CEARCH leadership, and CTSI faculty and staff to develop, lead and sustain community-engaged research initiatives

Clinical Research Operations Director CTRS

Clinical and Translational Research Services (CTRS) is charged with providing high quality and efficient support for human subjects research, serving the entire clinical and translational research enterprise at the University of Minnesota. The CTRS Operations Director is part of the strategic

Program Director – Biorepository and Laboratory Services

The Biorepository and Laboratory Services (BLS) Program Director leads an integrated biospecimen core program within the University of Minnesota’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). This encompasses oversight and expansion of BioNet, the University’s Biological Materials

Sustaining the Careers of Women in Health Science Research Keeping Researcher-Moms at the Table

This poster describes the Mothers Leading Science (MLS) program developed by the University of Minnesota - CTSI and the evaluation of the first cohort, especially as the program has supported the participants during the pandemic. MLS is a year-long leadership development program for research

Pediatric Medical Device Innovation

A Model for Overcoming Challenges in Academic Pediatric Medical Device Innovation

Pediatric medical technology advancement is about a decade behind adult technology advancement. This technology lag was reflected in a lack of pediatric-specific innovation within the University of Minnesota (UMN). To address this institutional and national deficit, we developed a novel program