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    The CLIC Virtual Tour is designed to give everyone involved with the CTSA Program, regardless of in what capacity, an overview of what CLIC provides and how to make it work for you. Think: a virtual ‘walk-through’ of new website resources, ways to communicate and guidance on how to access. It will be a multipart series, including live question and answer sessions. Videos will be released on the

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    Meeting Theme: Achieving Health Equity through the Science of Translation

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    NCATS Rapid Response Un-Meeting

    Moving scientific discoveries into the “real world” effectively, efficiently, and safely are core principles of translational science. With the advent of big data analytics and data derived from multiple sources, it has become increasingly clear that utilizing data from real-world contexts opens another key layer of the translational science process.

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    Please join us for the William Schnaper TL1 Visiting Scientist Grand Rounds on March 7, 2022 at 10:00am ET. Tara Bautista, PhD, Yale School of Medicine, will present at UC Davis on: Parenting Mindfully for Health: Examining Stress and Coping Among Parents of Young Children

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    Please join us for the TL1 Visiting Scientist Grand Rounds on February 25, 2022 from 12:00pm-1:00pm ET Vanessa Hull, BS, BA, MS, PhD Candidate at UC Davis will be presenting: Targeting N-acetyl-L-aspartate synthesis and transport to treat Canavan leukodystrophy

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    Listen to the Rutgers' recorded webinar regarding Data Completeness that was held on February 17, 2022 at 1:00pm ET. You will hear from David J. Foran, PhD; James Barr von Oehsen, PhD and Frank A. Sonnenberg, MD, FACP, FACMI on how Rutgers Biomedical/Health Sciences partnered with New Jersey’s largest healthcare system to combine clinical enterprises and jointly manage research activities. The

  • The two meetings held each year provide an opportunity to achieve the CTSA Program Goals and bring key consortium stakeholders together. The CTSA Program Annual Meeting is held in the fall focusing on priority areas and offering opportunities for the consortium members to come together to share best practices.The agenda for this meeting is planned by the CTSA Program Steering Committee with input received from prior meeting evaluations and additional input solicited from the consortium.
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    The two meetings held each year provide an opportunity to achieve the CTSA Program Goals and bring key consortium stakeholders together. The CTSA Program Annual Meeting is held in the fall focusing on priority areas and offering opportunities for the consortium members to come together to share best practices.The agenda for this meeting is planned by the CTSA Program Steering Committee with input received from prior meeting evaluations and additional input solicited from the consortium.
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    The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science is hosting the next TL1 William Schnaper Visiting Scientist Program's Grand Rounds event on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, at 11:30am-12:30pm ET. Guest speaker: Megan Srinivas, MD, MPH, Post Doctoral Fellow, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Title: Health Equity: a Translational Science Approach Zoom

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    The Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC), the coordinating center for the NCATS CTSA Program, is hosting this Un-Meeting. This is an unconventional meeting, which lacks the rules and structure of a traditional conference, focuses on bringing together researchers, clinicians, policymakers, public health professionals, healthcare innovators, and opinion leaders to discuss and develop innovative and effective ideas regarding climate change in human health. 
    The link between C2H2 and translational science is not intuitive for all. Working backward from climate-related disease to

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    CLIC

    The University of California, Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center is hosting the next TL1 William Schnaper Visiting Scientist Program's Grand Rounds event on Monday, November 29, 2021, at 9:00am PT. Guest speaker: Charlie Askew, Post Doctoral Fellow, UNC Gene Therapy Center Title: Neutralizing Antibody Suppression: Overcoming a natural barrier to viral vectored gene therapies Zoom Link

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    Over the last five years, CLIC has engaged stakeholders and partners across the consortium to amplify the research of CTSAs and communicate the impact of translational science. We have translated data into action by creating annual bi-directional metric reports, disseminating stories through the Insights to Inspire annual program, and developing actionable and sustainable resources, From Insights

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    Looking for new strategies for your KL2 or TL1 program? Are you worried about a lack of diversity and inclusion within your institution? How are you ensuring the diversity of the clinical science workforce? Not sure where to start? From Insights to Action is a collection of actionable questions inspired by hubs’ stories of ongoing progress and success in the Careers in Clinical & Translational

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    Registration now open: Inaugural TL1 Debate on November 9, 2021 The Institute of Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) at Washington University in St. Louis, the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) at the University of Michigan, the Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC), and the William Schnaper Visiting Scientist working group are pleased to invite you to

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    Registration now open: Inaugural TL1 Symposium on October 11, 2021 COVID-19: Innovation and evolution of research in the pandemic The Institute for Translational Medicine, the Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) and the William Schnaper Visiting Scientist working group are pleased to invite you to attend the Inaugural TL1 Symposium on Monday, October 11, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • The toolkit comprises a set of power point slide sets (modules) intended to serve as a resource for persons delivering presentations aiming to heighten and facilitate older adult inclusion in clinical and translational research.
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    This webcast provides an overview of concepts and approaches that hubs may consider in reaching data interoperability.
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    The interview-style webcast includes a variety of appropriate competencies for informatics personnel, as well as suggestions for best training practices.
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    This webcast identifies appropriate personnel for your informatics research team and suggestions for addressing their training needs.
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    The webcast identifies key partners and their importance in improving the Informatics metric.
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    The webcast describes methods for implementing data governance, ensuring data provenance and improving the ETL process

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    This webcast explores the importance of data standardization and warehousing for clinical research.
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    This webcast examines common data quality issues and provides suggestions for correcting them.
  • To accelerate translation, researchers need access to a broad range of data from a variety of sources (electronic health records, imaging, genetics, behavioral, etc.). These sources manage and store data differently, which creates the need for standardization. The Informatics Common Metric, which is in its second year, addresses the need to harmonize data across the CTSA Program. This will enhance
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    The webcast demonstrates the impact of organizational maturity on metric improvement. The first five webcasts are an introduction to informatics, created to build foundational knowledge and to define key terms. We encourage you to watch them in order.
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    The webcast provides definitions and examples of commonly-used Informatics terms and phrases. The first five webcasts are an introduction to informatics, created to build foundational knowledge and to define key terms. We encourage you to watch them in order.
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    The webcast describes the process used to identify themes from the 2019 Turn-the-Curve plans submitted by consortium hubs for their Informatics metric. The first five webcasts are an introduction to informatics, created to build foundational knowledge and to define key terms. We encourage you to watch them in order.
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    May 27, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time. This NCATS “Rapid-Response” Un-Meeting will encourage discussions to identify activities that can be initiated and sustained in the interpandemic period to include when a significant public health emergency arises in the future, these community based environments can seamlessly participate in joint projects to address the threat. Other potential topics include identifying opportunities to build models of outreach to better include community hospitals for recruitment and enrollment into academic clinical trials, identifying ways to increase participant

  • The NCATS Life Course Research Visual Toolkit, Charting the Life Course: An Interdisciplinary Blueprint, officially launching April 14th, serves to increase knowledge about innovative life course research methods by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines through both longer and shorter visual formats presented by national and international experts in life course research.
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    This webinar will outline changes to the 2020 data that hubs will need to submit for the Multi-Year Report. Access to scientific data is essential for developing new treatments and prevention strategies. The intention has been to evolve the Informatics Common Metric over time. The goal of the Informatics metric is to measure the quality and completeness of data in research data warehouses across