State University Of New York At Buffalo
University at Buffalo, the State University of New YorkThe University at Buffalo CTSI performs innovative research across the T1 to T4 translational spectrum to improve health and reduce health disparities in our community and the nation. Because our community includes a large proportion of underrepresented minorities and people who experience health disparities, we place emphasis on efforts to engage our entire community so that all may benefit from participating in clinical and translational research. We strive to achieve these ambitious goals through education, innovation, consultation and support.
A Community–University Run Conference as a Catalyst for Addressing Health Disparities in an Urban CommunityState University Of New York At Buffalo
The African American population of Buffalo, New York experiences striking race-based health disparities due to adverse social determinants of health. A team of community leaders and university faculty determined that a community dialogue was needed to focus research and advocacy on the root causes of these disparities. In response, we organized the annual Igniting Hope conference series that has
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Join the University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research (SCTR) from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, November 9, for a one-day virtual workshop on remote trials. The workshop will include a series of keynote presentations (and Q&A) in the morning followed by
- 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.
How physicians change: Multisource feedback driven intervention improves physician leadership and teamworkState 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
- State University Of New York At BuffaloBuffalo Center for Health Equity
The University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute places a priority on facilitating and performing research to improve the health of our community and to address health disparities in Buffalo, particularly in African American neighborhoods. African Americans are twice as likely to contract COVID-19 and three times more likely to die compared to the general population. The city
The New York and Connecticut Consortium encourages joint ventures among the New York and Connecticut area CTSA institutions (NYCON) to develop collaboration between CTSA programs in the areas of medical scientist training; the creation of regional databases of facilities; regional training opportunities for investigators and research coordinators; the exploration of barriers to improved social
The University of Rochester's Clinical and Translational Science Institution (CTSI) anchors the UNYTE Translational Research Network, made up of the region's premier biomedical research institutions. UNYTE's mission is to assist faculty and trainees from UNYTE institutions to increase the quality and quantity of translational research in the Upstate New York region. This is accomplished by
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The CTSI Translational Imaging Core supports pre-clinical and clinical imaging, which is a particular strength of researchers in the Buffalo Translational Consortium (BTC). Establishing the Imaging Core in 2015, supported by the CTSA, has enabled us to markedly expand our user base, supporting 102 peer-reviewed publications, 71 funded grants and an additional 77 submitted grants. In addition to