Integrating CTS into the CTSA Virtual Visiting Scholar Program: Grand Rounds Lecture with Iram Ahmad-Johns Hopkins University
The Integrating CTS into the CTSA Virtual Visiting Scholar Program Working Group is pleased to announce a Grand Rounds Lecture. Please join us on Monday, June 12, 2023 at 5:00pm ET. Iram Ahmad, MD, MME, Assistant Professor, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Pediatrics, Stanford University, will present: Radiographic Changes in the Auditory Pathway to Predict Outcomes of
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What is the CTSA Compendium of D&I Catalogs?
- March 14, 2021When COVID-19 hit Western New York in March 2020, local leaders tasked University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Steering Committee Member Peter Winkelstein, MD, with leading modeling efforts to project the path of the pandemic. These efforts occurred in many CTSA hubs as a response to the onslaught of COVID. Here, Winkelstein and his team discuss how its work helped influence behaviors and, ultimately, save lives.
Working Group Advances Dissemination and Implementation Science; Provides Washington University ICTS Investigator Valuable Professional Development OpportunityJune 11, 2020
The CTSA program provides opportunities for hub members to come together and advance knowledge and progress around various topics. One way this is accomplished is through working groups. Working groups consider and develop solutions around a specific clinical and translational science issue and provide deliverables that fill identified translational gaps. Ana Baumann, PhD, Research Assistant
To pilot test the collection of metrics related to D&I research in regards to projects, training, and consultation.
The process for creating Working Groups was modified starting in January, 2020. Hub members can create a Working Group Application to submit to the CTSA Program Steering Committee for review. There are three application cycles per year, pending resource ability.
In 2019 we released a new Guidance for CTSA Program Groups to enhance and promote communication and collaboration at all levels throughout the CTSA Consortium. The guidance included information on our new Working Groups, which will address, optimize and/or improve thorny issues in translational science in innovative and efficient ways. Through collaboration and sharing of ideas and expertise
Walking the walk: How one CTSA Program WG is taking action to advance the use of regulatory science in precision medicineMarch 20, 2019The CTSA Program’s Domain Task Forces (DTFs)* provide program members the opportunity to engage and connect across the national consortium. The DTFs advance the field of translational science through open discussions, project planning and metric assessment pertaining to five key areas: Collaboration & Engagement Informatics Lifespan Integration Methods & Processes Workforce Development