Collaboration

  • Solving complex health problems requires bringing together individuals with different perspectives, and different backgrounds in order to create novel research approaches. However, working in multidisciplinary teams brings with it a unique set of challenges to collaboration. The Community and Collaboration component of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative at Case Western Reserve
  • Thanks to all those who made the 2021-2022 Biomedical Data Science Innovation Lab a success! It was a great week full of hard work, innovative ideas, and collaboration. 2022-2023 BDSIL information is coming soon, stay tuned...

  • A youth shelter and University of Minnesota researchers teamed up to address the unmet needs of pregnant or parenting teens who are also facing homelessness. This vulnerable group often slips through the cracks of social services, finding themselves both ineligible for shelter and with few healthcare resources to meet their unique needs. Janna Gewirtz O'Brien, MD, MPH, an Assistant Professor at

  • Since 2007, the Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) has partnered with the University of Washington (UW), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Seattle Children’s on a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA). This hub serves a large five-state region—Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho (WWAMI)—encompassing rural and urban communities with unique health

  • Call for Applications: are you an investigator looking to design an innovative clinical trial that will inform real-world practice? Would you like to explore innovative clinical trial design in the context of the full treatment development pathway with stakeholder feedback? If so, apply to take part in our 2022 Innovations in Clinical Effectiveness Trial Design Labs!
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    Tufts University Boston

    The Johns Hopkins University-Tufts Medical Center Trial Innovation Center (JHU-Tufts TIC) is looking for investigators who are interested in pursuing innovative clinical trial designs to participate in its annual Design Lab workshops. The Innovations in Clinical Effectiveness Trial Design Labs, jointly run by the Tufts Medical Center Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies and

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    Emory University
    Join us March 3-4, 2022, at Callaway Resort and Gardens as we bring together researchers from across the region to present the best new health-related preclinical, clinical, implementation, and population-based research and build collaborative relationships. Featured talks Concurrent breakout sessions focused on rural health, COVID-19, health service delivery, health equity, development of
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    University Of Massachusetts Med Sch Worcester
    This virtual workshop offers attendees pragmatic approaches to building and sustaining mutually beneficial community-academic research partnerships that apply health equity and anti-racism lenses to the shared work. Presenters: Bettye Anderson Frederic, RN, MSN Kathleen Szegda, PhD, MS, MPH Sarah Goff, MD, PhD Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts / University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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    Emory University
    Hosted by the Georgia CTSA, the Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference, held at Callaway Resort & Gardens, March 3 - 4, 2022, brings together researchers from across the region to present the best new clinical and translational research and build collaborative relationships. Clinical and/or translational researchers working across the southeast are invited to submit an
  • The Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) reached out to one of its own experts to employ a novel research approach to evaluate its team connections and dynamics. The aim of this research was to understand the complex web of relationships connecting managers at the top of organizations and how these relationships drive the top team’s performance and the organization’s
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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Stanford Medicine’s Research Participation services has developed the Participant Engagement Platform (PEP) as a way of offering and managing “honest broker” outreach, such as Direct Email and Epic MyChart. The Research Participation team (honest broker) sends the study invitation to potential participants (identified via EHR cohort search) on behalf of the study team. Only when a potential

  • John Baratta, MD, MBA helped start the UNC COVID Recovery Clinic—where patients can get help for their ongoing symptoms and doctors can gather valuable data. “We don’t have a lot of specific, scientific answers because it’s just all so new,” Baratta says. “Through research, that’s what we and others have to figure out.” To start finding answers for patients with "long COVID," the clinic team, with

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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    We will provide an overview of the project aims and progress so far in building this collaborative set of tools to collect, analyze, share and act on participant feedback. We will describe how the project integrates with into local participant-centered initiatives at collaborating sites.

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    University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill

    Join us as Pearman Parker, PhD from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences presents the results from her KL2 project where she investigated the perceptions of cancer educational materials among young women breast cancer survivors. She will also discuss the results from an environmental scan of cancer educational materials for content and readability and present her next steps toward grant

  • Paul Mathews, PhD Investigator at The Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation Assistant Professor In-Residence, Neurology University of California Los Angeles
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    Case Western Reserve University

    The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative of Cleveland is pleased to present its first Grand Rounds KL2 Visiting Scholars Program webinar by: Paul Mathews, PhD Investigator at The Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation Assistant Professor In-Residence, Neurology University of California Los Angeles "A new mouse model of Ataxia Telangiectasia for testing small molecule read

  • In late 2019, a report from the Brookings Institution named Madison, Wisconsin, as one of the top 35 metro areas with the potential to become America’s next top innovation hubs. That report included recommendations on how Congress could support the growth of such hubs, such as providing funding to support university research, business development, workforce development, regional planning and

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    Emory University

    Hosted by the Georgia CTSA, the Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference, held virtually on March 4 - 5, 2021, brings together researchers from across the region to present the best new clinical and translational research and build collaborative relationships. Clinical and/or translational researchers working across the southeast are invited to submit an abstract by November

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    Oregon Health and Science University

    OHSU is joining forces with MIT Hacking Medicine and academic and industry partners from across the Pacific Northwest to bring you the inaugural OHSU Invent-a-thon, a virtual health hackathon, October 23–25, 2020.  MIT Hacking Medicine events have directly led to the creation of numerous successful companies, gaining over $250 million in funding, and even a billion-dollar acquisition. The ideas

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    University Of Wisconsin-Madison

    The UW Collaborative Center for Health Equity and the All of Us Wisconsin Research Program at UW-Madison are delighted to co-sponsor a community education virtual event with the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness this Saturday, August 29th from 11 am to 1 pm. We have an outstanding line-up of local and national experts to contribute to a conversation moderated by the Foundation’s Founder and

  • CN-NIAID Virtual Symposium 2020
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    Children's Research Institute

    A one day virtual symposium bringing together investigators, researchers, and clinicians from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Children’s National Hospital as well as other interested participants from outside institutions, to discuss the creation, progress, and evolution of this first-of-its-kind collaboration between the NIAID at the National Institutes of Health

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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    A collaborative research model was developed and tested to enable regional healthcare systems to join multisite clinical trials emanating from the Clinical and Translational Science Award(CTSA) Trial Innovation Network (TIN) by the Institute of Translational Health Sciences at the University of Washington and the Northwest Participant and Clinical Interactions(NW PCI) Network. The NW PCI is a

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    Emory University

    Hear from the experts and share your experiences! Join Marissa Shuffler, Ph.D., (Clemson University) and Christopher Wiese, Ph.D., (Georgia Tech) to learn how to manage your virtual teams. They will offer evidence-based guidelines and practical advice. Turn your team of experts into expert virtual teams! https://bit.ly/ManagingVTeams Instructions to use Zoom: Download the Zoom app from Google Play

  • Like doctors across the country, Benjamin Nicholson, M.D., knows the surge is coming. The emergency department doctor has seen the predictions for the spread of COVID-19 and knows a finite supply of ventilators exists across the country to support the growing number of patients experiencing respiratory symptoms of the novel coronavirus. Nicholson, who is also a clinical instructor at Virginia

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    Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr
    Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute presents “Making Virtual Collaborations Better” at its next Translational Science Series: Bench to Bedside and Beyond webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on March 31. The coronavirus pandemic is fundamentally changing the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. Remote work is a new reality. How can leaders create an excellent
  • Andrea Hobkirk, assistant professor of psychiatry and public health sciences, is studying the problem of relapse after addiction treatment. Recently a scholar in Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Early-Stage Investigator Program (KL2), Hobkirk left the program when she was successful in securing a career development award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Through
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    Emory University

    Join us at Callaway Resort and Gardens as we bring together researchers from across the region to present the best new clinical and translational research and build collaborative partnerships. Hosted by the Georgia CTSA, with participation from: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Emory University Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia State University Medical University of South Carolina Mercer

  • Celebrating ten years of shared infrastructure and programs that accelerate research and improve health, UC BRAID convened its annual meeting on October 14-15, 2019 at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center. UC BRAID, the University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, & Development, is a consortium of the five UC academic medical centers—Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego
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    University Of Massachusetts Med Sch Worcester
    Do you have a promising point-of-care medical technology in need of further development? The NIH’s Point-of-Care Technology Research Network (POCTRN) drives the development of point-of-care technologies through collaborative efforts that merge scientific and technological capabilities with clinical need. The goal of the Point Of Care Technology Research Network is to develop technologies with
  • Dr. David Sheridan, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, and his team at Oregon Health & Science University are developing a wearable device that assesses and reports the physiological measures associated with stress dysregulation and worsening suicidality. The goal is to help adolescents identify these symptoms and therefore allow time for interventions that can help prevent emergency
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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Please join us for a discussion with the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Institute (SCTR) Administrative and Program Management Team regarding effective strategies for leveraging coordinated CTSA Program Management to meet the demands of a busy small CTSA Hub. SCTR’s Administrative and Program Management structure and communication strategy enable identification of cross-program