translational team science

  • A 24-month pilot study championed and supported by the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) has demonstrated that a novel multidisciplinary team-based system to treat diabetic foot ulcers can save countless patients from the trauma of amputation, and as a result live longer, healthier lives. "We can say pretty unequivocally that we achieved a clinically and

  • N3C Orientation Sessions A & B will now be offered just once-per-month (once for session A and once for session B). Sessions A & B will continue to alternate on a rotating basis. View the N3C Calendar for scheduled days and times. Previously recorded sessions can still be accessed on demand on the N3C Presentations & Webinars page of the website.
  • 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
  • “The 1:1 mentoring, learning more about myself, and networking with other fellows has helped me feel less lost and alone. My experience in the Georgia CTSA TEAMS Program has been life-changing!” says Dr. Ines Gonzalez-Casanova. Now accepting applications for Mentors and Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year cohort, the Georgia CTSA TEAMS (Translational Education and Mentoring in Science) Program
  • Read the latest N3C preprint now published in medRxiv by authors: Joy Alamgir, Masanao Yajima, Rosa Ergas, Xinci Chen, Nicholas Hill, Naved Munir, Mohsan Saeed, Kenneth Gersing, Melissa Haendel, Christopher Chute, Ruhul Abid. Background: Drug repositioning is a key component of COVID-19 pandemic response, through identification of existing drugs that can effectively disrupt COVID-19 disease

  • The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) continues to grow as a robust EHR data resource, now with over 3 million persons represented and 4 billion rows of data from more than 42 sites. Currently, 24 multidisciplinary Domain Teams composed of clinical and subject matter experts, statisticians, informaticists, and machine learning specialists are addressing the most pressing clinical questions
  • The Cohort Exploration Dashboard is now available on the home page of the N3C website. This easy access dashboard displays high-level information from the N3C Data Enclave to showcase harmonized metrics from electronic health records of institutions across the country. You can view geographical locations of contributing sites and distributions across age and sex, race and ethnicity, and
  • Look for the big gold “Ask N3C” button on the far right-hand side of the N3C homepage for full support of all your questions and requests. N3C provides support for ALL types of questions, including account issues, Data Use Request (DUR) status, synthetic data questions, publication submissions, meeting changes, Domain Team support, and so much more! Please submit a ticket for the most expedient
  • Researchers have been anxious to learn what variables describe the COVID-19 patient cohort. Using the harmonized data in the N3C Data Enclave from 39 institutions’ electronic health records around the country, collaborators were able to distill this information in the manuscript titled The National COVID Cohort Collaborative: Clinical Characterization and Early Severity Prediction and is now
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    Center for Data to Health

    Melissa Haendel, PhD, FAMIA, Dan Housman, BSc, Hemalkumar Mehta, PhD, Charisse Madlock-Brown, PhD, MLS & Anita Walden, MA Researchers planning COVID-19 trials with the Trial Innovation Network (TIN) can leverage the N3C to inform their research hypotheses. N3C focuses on aligning its infrastructure so that it can generate efficient and minimally biased results. Part of that infrastructure includes

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    Center for Data to Health
    N3C is hosting an Open House to engage CTSA members, newcomers, and the wider translational research community. The event will be kicked off with a one-hour Community Research Symposium, followed by a week of open community meetings to welcome new collaborators, present the work of the Domain Teams, and help researchers launch their COVID-19 projects. Kick-off Event: Community Research Symposium
  • Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr

    The Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute Team Science Toolbox is designed to:

  • The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) is open for research with over 2 million patients and 2 billion rows of data from more than 35 sites. Nineteen multidisciplinary Domain Teams composed of clinical and subject matter experts, statisticians, informaticists, and machine learning specialists are addressing the most pressing clinical questions. N3C data can be utilized to understand COVID
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    N3C Domain Teams enable researchers with shared interests to analyze data within the N3C Data Enclave and collaborate more efficiently in a team science environment.

  • State University Of New York At Buffalo

    Multisource feedback provides a method of quantitatively assessing and improving physician professionalism, interpersonal communication, teamwork, and leadership behaviors. We sought to determine whether tiered educational interventions can improve measurements of multisource feedback for physicians across specialties, and whether multisource feedback baseline measurements and improvements after

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    Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr
    Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute presents "Cultivating a Climate of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Virtual Teams" at its next Translational Science Seminar Series webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on Oct. 22. How can teams be managed to simultaneously improve inclusivity and leverage the power of diverse thought? This seminar will discuss practical tools for fostering a
  • Translational research aims to speed research breakthroughs into the clinic. And yet, training for basic scientists and clinicians too often remains siloed, leading to divergent cultures and a loss of opportunity for cross-disciplinary collaboration. The South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute’s TL1 program, a translational research training program for doctoral students
  • A protein highly expressed in lung cancer cells drives resistance to targeted therapies, report researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina in the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. In preclinical experiments, the researchers showed that inhibiting the protein caused the death of non-small cell lung cancer cells that had become resistant to therapy. The MUSC Team was led
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    The Journal of Clinical and Translational Science recently announced a call for submissions for a special themed issue focused on the Design, Development, Evaluation, and Dissemination of Team Science Interventions in Clinical and Translational Research. "Our goal is to curate a set of manuscripts that highlight the current state of providing interventional support to Translational Teams

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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

  • Northwestern University At Chicago
    COALESCE is a free online educational resource developed by Northwestern University researchers and can be accessed at teamscience.net. The resource was designed to foster cross-disciplinary, collaborative research in the health sciences and is supported in part by a CTSA grant (3UL1RR025741). COALESCE features four online modules - an introduction to the science of team science (SciTS) and three
  • Co-sponsored by UAB Informatics Institute and the CCTS, the inaugural UAB-Biomedical Research Infrastructure Technology Enhancement (U-BRITE) Day featured "proof of concept" translational research projects that demonstrated the value of HIPAA-compliant, high-performance informatics tools for merging, managing, and analyzing clinical and genomic data sets. The emergent U-BRITE platform also offers