In Our Own Words - Grant Success & Publications

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Insights to Inspire 2022: In Our Own Words is a collection of Program Summaries from across the consortium for the Careers in Clinical & Translational Research (CCTR) metric. From 36 unique hubs come insights into how hubs are working to improve the experiences of their KL2 scholars and TL1 trainees.

Starting in December 2021 and extending through April 2022, In Our Own Words will feature one of the categories from the CCTR Common Metrics –Team Science, Mentorship, Grant Writing, Grant Success, Publications, and a host of other topics ranging from recruitment to the effects of COVID-19 on junior faculty.

Each of these documents includes the Program Summary as entered into CM-PRISM, as well as an introductory slide and contact information. We encourage you to reach out to these hubs to learn how their innovative approaches have impacted their institutions.

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Read how your peers have achieved grant and publication success - see how hubs have increased grant success through workshops and implementing writing challenges to increase publications.

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Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Albert Einstein College of Medicine - TL1 Grant Success

Albert Einstein University has implemented a new track that is department agnostic to further the cultivation of multi-disciplinary collaboration across the entire translational research spectrum.
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Ohio State University

Ohio State University - KL2 Grant Success

Ohio State University developed a program that provided active training and support for writing a fundable R Grant. They adopted a program used at two other CTSA hubs, creating the Launch to Success Grant Writing Workshop.
Scripps Translational Science Institute
Scripps Research Institute

Scripps Research Institute - KL2 Grant Success

Scripps Research Institute created a "one stop shop" for research navigation, community engagement, and statistics consultations and support.
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University of Virginia

University of Virginia - KL2 Grant Success

The University of Virginia's Scholars program moved to a virtual model and identified the opportunity to focus on interventions to help their Scholars build resilience and enhance their research productivity.
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University of Arkansas

University of Arkansas - KL2 Publications

To increase the number of published manuscripts, the University of Arkansas launched a Summer Writing Challenge.