CTSA Program Posters

  • Tufts University Boston

    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 that the pandemic could be stopped only through clinical and translational research, Tufts CTSI

  • University Of California Davis

    The UC Davis CTSC applied the CTSA program goals to assist the division of pulmonary and sleep medicine with the recruitment, examination, and treatment of a diverse array of participants into an industry-funded COVID-19 vaccine trial. The project encompassed all five of the CTSA program goals and resulted in a robust study population. The first 80 subjects were recruited, screened, and scheduled

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    University Of Southern California

    Since 2015, the two Los Angeles-based CTSA hubs have partnered with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) to foster partnered implementation research in the DHS delivery system. Service cores and a competitive pilot award supported team-based research that address Health Agency priorities. The partners developed review criteria to encompass scientific value and suitability of

  • University of Maryland

    Study Purpose/Aim The aim of this study was to report the intrapartum care experiences from people giving birth during the COVID-19 pandemic. Research Questions Studies that involved patient-related data collection are hindered by pandemic-related changes in clinical practices and research policies. Our aim was to assess patient experience during a pandemic, we explored data collection via a large

  • Virginia Commonwealth University

    The rate at which COVID-19 spread required a rapid response across many, if not all, industries. Academic medical centers had to rapidly evaluate, prioritize, and coordinate the multiple requests for clinical trial participation. This involved redirecting resources and the development of a collaborative system for assessment, decision making, and implementation. Our institution formed a team with

  • 2019 Fall Program Poster
    University of Iowa

    The UI Mobile Technology Lab supports CTSA efforts by providing easy-to-use and scalable approaches for remotely collecting data from patients in their home environment. Our lab has custom software to ask participants questions and aggregate information collected from mobile and IoT wellness devices. We use both off-the-shelf (eg, Fitbits, thermometers, microphones and image sensors) as well as

  • Rutgers Biomedical/Health Sciences

    The New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Sciences (NJ ACTS) Community Engagement Core (CEC) was initiated in 2019 by Shawna Hudson, PhD and Alfred Tallia, MD. The program facilitates community engagement to address critical health and healthcare issues for the population of New Jersey by drawing upon the existing strengths of our collaborative research consortia, richly heterogeneous

  • Center for Data to Health

    Background: America’s grim COVID-19 statistics tell a story of human suffering and loss on an epic scale. But there is more to that story than scary numbers—a hopeful plot twist in which patients’ health data are transformed into knowledge that guides our way out of the crisis. The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) is a new effort to collect, harmonize, and collaboratively analyze

  • Children's Research Institute

    Who We Are: We serve as a national level virtual accelerator, providing a platform of experienced regulatory, prototyping, clinical trials design, and commercialization to support CTSA investigators to validate early-stage device concepts addressing an unmet medical need. We source and scout ideas and problems needing technology solutions, and provide funding for promising proof-of concept early

  • University Of Rochester

    The University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (UR-CTSI) led the organization of the UR research response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Never in the last 100 years have so many researchers been affected by, and been involved in studying, a single event that has so deeply impacted our country. The UR-CTSI’s leadership at UR has been particularly critical in two areas: Air