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The OSU CCTS and Nationwide Children's Hospital will be hosting our 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting on Jan. 12, 19, and 26, 2021, with a focus on using COVID-19 as a case study for best practices in clinical and translational science. This event will be held virtually. You can view the full agenda here.
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The Ohio State University CCTS is developing a comprehensive support system for researchers to work with existing datasets through data curation and access, financial support for innovative research ideas, and education about practical data issues and challenges.
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The OSU CCTS Recruitment and Retention Office, in collaboration with the marketing and communications team, has developed a digital offering outlining social media recruitment services offered by the CCTS.
- May 05, 2020
The Ohio State University’s Office of Research announced details of the final round of funding to boost research in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eleven additional projects were awarded funding for a total of $310,000. Through three rounds of funding, 24 projects were awarded over $770,000 from the Office of Research.
- April 14, 2020
FDA approves COVID-19 innovations; Ohio State Medical Center to share nationwide Interdisciplinary team of scientists develops test kit components to address shortages Eileen Scahill Ohio State News contributor firstname.lastname@example.org 614-293-3737 The Food and Drug Administration has approved solutions created by scientists at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center that both expand and
- April 06, 2020
COLUMBUS, Ohio, (March 30, 2020)—Battelle and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have jointly developed a new rapid, sensitive diagnostic test for COVID-19. The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center will administer the new test under its existing FDA certification permits. This will increase and improve test processing in Ohio according to existing state clinical guidelines. The new rapid
The Ohio Consortium was established to collaborate and take advantage of the strengths of the vast medical capabilities throughout the state of Ohio. With key infrastructure in place, including a statewide Institutional Review Board component and joint ventures uniting community partners, Practice Based Research Networks and other elements of the 3 existing CTSAs, the Ohio Consortium is positioned
- -University Of WashingtonThe purpose of this meeting is to use an Un-Meeting format to enhance focused discussions on topics related to workforce development for clinical research professionals (CRPs) working in academic medical centers (AMCs), especially those that are working on federally-funded clinical research. Originally planned as a face-to-face half-day event, we are now converting these collaborative
The Strategic Pharma-Academic Research Consortium (SPARC), an organization to spark innovative collaborations in discovery and 'pre-competitive', disease target discovery stage between academic research institutions who are members of the NIH CTSA network and the biopharmaceutical industry. The consortium was established by 4 Midwestern CTSA Hubs as founding partners in 2014, along with two large
The Appalachian Translational Research Network (ATRN) is a 501©3 composed of academic institutions, community organizations, and individuals committed to translational research and training that addresses health disparities and inequities across the Appalachian region. Appalachia is a large, geographically-defined area of the eastern United States that has a history of significant health
- October 15, 2019What is CEREC? CEREC was established in 2016 to provide an outlet for obtaining external reviews for CTSA-funded pilot research and to minimize the likelihood of bias and conflicts of interest. CEREC also offers a larger pool of expertise from which to draw precisely matched reviews for scientific lines of inquiry that may not be well represented within the institution receiving the proposal. This
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The Optimizing I.C.E. module will build upon an existing foundation of efforts to develop a new, dynamic, data-driven, multi-stakeholder framework for studying, implementing, and sustaining translational research. We will leverage recent developments in methods and complementary investments to develop data for frontier research on two important translational pathways: workforce development and
- Tufts University BostonUniversity Of RochesterOhio State UniversityUniversity Of MichiganWhat is DIAMOND? DIAMOND is a collaborative discovery learning space for clinical research professionals (CRPs) and other members of research study teams. Training and assessment items included in the DIAMOND collection are searchable by competency domain and provide information and links to offerings for study teams working in CTSA institutions and their partners. Have feedback to share? Contact
- June 01, 2018
The CTSA Collaborative Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) Workgroup identified a need to provide guidance, training and resources in DSMB practices for investigator-initiated research studies. To promote clinical and translational research, the CTSA Collaborative DSMB Workgroup, supported by NCATS, has produced an online DSMB Training Manual with a focus on investigator-initiated studies