NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

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Promote collaboration and cross-disciplinary translational research and training to support the efficient and safe application of scientific discoveries from bench to bedside to community.

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2012 - 2021
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Chavis-Keeling
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Cath
Kane
Director of Evaluation and Team Science
Elana
Lipschitz
Evaluation Coordinator

Consortium News

Chronic pain contributes significantly to the current opioid epidemic. Up to 20% of postoperative patients develop chronic postsurgical pain (CPSP). CPSP is highly associated with chronic opioid use and dependence, and yet routine multi-modal analgesia as a combination of acetaminophen, NSAIDs, and anti-neuropathic agents is only moderately effective in preventing CPSP. The incidence for CPSP is

NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health (CSAAH) would like to share an NBC News article highlighting COVID-19 disparities among Asian subgroups: South Asian, Chinese New Yorkers among the hardest hit by Covid, study shows This article specifically highlights an important analysis of New York City Health and Hospitals (H+H) data on Asian Americans disparities in COVID, and was led by

The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred interest in research on the pathogen in the context of social determinants, clinical practices, treatment options, and outcomes. This has created an urgent need to make data about the care of patients affected by COVID available to researchers. Electronic health records offer a rich source of information for clinical research studies, hypothesis generation, cohort

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New York University School Of Medicine

The NYU-H+H Clinical and Translational Science Institute, in collaboration with NYU Langone’s Department of Population Health, Office of Diversity Affairs, and the NYU-CUNY Prevention Research Center, sponsors the annual Health Disparities Symposium. This year, NYU Langone will be hosting the 6th annual event virtually over the course of the week of October 13th. We will also be offering

Publications

Lower Airway Dysbiosis Affects Lung Cancer Progression

In lung cancer, enrichment of the lower airway microbiota with oral commensals commonly occurs, and ex vivo models support that some of these bacteria can trigger host transcriptomic signatures associated with carcinogenesis. Here, we show that this lower airway dysbiotic signature was more

Platelet-conditioned media induces an anti-inflammatory macrophage phenotype through EP4

Platelets are increasingly recognized as immune cells. As such, they are commonly seen to induce and perpetuate inflammation; however, anti-inflammatory activities are increasingly attributed to them. Atherosclerosis is a chronic inflammatory condition. Similar to other inflammatory conditions, the

The Functionality, Evidence, and Privacy Issues Around Smartphone Apps for the Top Neuropsychiatric Conditions

There are more than 325,000 health-related smartphone applications (apps) on the market. To better understand the apps currently on the market for the five most disabling neuropsychiatric conditions, the authors conducted a study investigating their intended uses (target population and intervention)

Research and Operational Tools

New York University School Of Medicine

In 2017, the NYU Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Recruitment and Retention Unit created a Patient Advisory Council for Research (PACR) to provide feedback on clinical trials and health research studies.

New York University School Of Medicine

The Principal INvestigator Development and Resources (PINDAR) program was developed at the NYU-H+H Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) hub in response to a perceived need for focused good clinical practice (GCP) training designed specifically for principal investigators (PIs) performing human subject research.

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New NIH HEAL Initative Pain Management Randomized Trial December 30, 2020 Consortium News
NBC Article on COVID Disparities Analysis out of the NYU CTSI December 30, 2020 Consortium News
NYU CTSI-Sponsored Health Disparities Symposium Now Offering CME Credit October 05, 2020 Event
NYU Langone Self-Service De-Identified COVID-19 Dataset September 28, 2020 Consortium News
Preparedness, Capacity, and Adaptability at the NYU CTSI in the Time of COVID-19 August 20, 2020 Consortium News
Creation of COVID-19 Research Elective Rotation for 3rd Year Medical Students August 12, 2020 Consortium News
NYU Streamlines, Improves IRB Process by Expanding its Scientific Review Committee August 06, 2020 Consortium News
Patient Advisory Council for Research (PACR) July 30, 2020 Research or Operational Tool
Principal INvestigator Development and Resources (PINDAR) July 30, 2020 Research or Operational Tool
COMBATCOVID (Consortium for Multisite Biomedical Analytics and Trials on COVID-19) July 10, 2020 Consortium News
Facilitating stakeholder engagement in early stage translational research July 10, 2020 Consortium News
Convalescent Plasma To Limit Coronavirus Associated Complications July 08, 2020 Covid Study
COMBATCOVID (Consortium for Multisite Biomedical Analytics and Trials on COVID-19) June 26, 2020 Consortium News
A Multicenter, Adaptive, Randomized Blinded Controlled Trial of the Safety and Efficacy of Investigational Therapeutics for the Treatment of COVID-19 in Hospitalized Adults April 20, 2020 Covid Study
NYU Investigates Short-Term COVID-19 Treatment with Colchicine April 08, 2020 Consortium News
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE February 05, 2019 CTSA Program Hub