Networks

  • Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium (BBD)
    Brittle bone disorders (BBDs), also known as osteogenesis imperfecta, include 13 inherited conditions involving bones that break easily. BBDs can cause deformity, chronic pain and lead to premature death. This project’s goal is to form a BBD Rare Disease Clinical Research Consortium composed of 10 medical research sites to better understand and treat BBDs. The consortium aims to explore the
  • Developmental Synaptopathies Consortium (DSC)
    The Developmental Synaptopathies Consortium is composed of a group of medical centers throughout the US studying three related rare genetic syndromes that often cause autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. Autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability (ASD/ID) are severe neurodevelopmental conditions with early childhood onset. Advances in genetics have indicated that ASD/ID
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    The Strategies to Innovate EmeRgENcy Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN) is a clinical trials network funded by the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS). The goal of the SIREN Network is to improve the outcomes of patients with neurologic, cardiac

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    With the focus on addressing some of the most complex health problems facing the southern region of the country, eight CTSA principal investigators representing seven states have united to form the Southeastern CTSA Consortium (SECC). Formation of the SECC is an important step toward improving the speed, efficiency, and efficacy of prevention and treatment efforts to address important health

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    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

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    A leading cause of illness and death worldwide is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), a group of lung diseases that make it difficult to breath. The COPD Outcomes-based Network for Clinical Effectiveness & Research Translation (CONCERT) is a consortium of six Clinical Centers and a Data Coordinating Center whose mission is to pool their expertise to ease the suffering caused by COPD. The

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    The Wisconsin Network for Health Research is a partnership of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Marshfield Clinic Health System, Aurora Health Care, and Gundersen Health System. WiNHR was established to promote statewide research and to assist in moving research results from bench to bedside, by allowing investigators to perform clinical, translational, comparative effectiveness and

  • Logo for the Upstate New York Translational Research Network

    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 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

  • Logo of the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium

    The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium represents a strategic integration and expansion of CTSA hub partnerships throughout Florida to create a statewide infrastructure for patient-centered research in diverse health care settings. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Miami and affiliated health care systems, health plans, providers

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    With an emphasis on educational issues and a goal of sharing resources, best practices and facilitating collaboration, members of the Midwest Consortium (MC) partner to strengthen clinical research education programs, mentoring, and career development opportunities for scholars. The Midwest Consortium for education and research collaboration began in 2006 with three Roadmap K12 institutions

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    UC BRAID, or University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, and Development, is a network of five UC campuses - Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco. Formed in 2010, the UC BRAID consortium aims to accelerate research and improve health through collaboration, sharing resources, and infrastructure development. We connect researchers and administrators to

  • Greater Plains Collaborative Clinical Data Research Network Logo

    The Greater Plains Collaborative (GPC) is a network of 12 leading medical centers in eight states committed to a shared vision of improving healthcare delivery through ongoing learning, adoption of evidence-based practices, and active research dissemination. GPC builds on strong research programs at individual sites, existing community engagement and informatics infrastructures and data warehouses

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    The Consortium of Rural States (CORES) was formed to facilitate collaborative and disciplined efforts that will produce new opportunities for advancing translational research. The Collaborative comprises Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico and Utah, states that share common health care challenges, including significant rural populations. Each state is served by a single Clinical and Translational

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    SHARe is a 12-member consortium launched by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science to build on the strengths of our Partner Network to develop a truly transformational research enterprise in multisite studies for the Deep South.

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    Founded on mutual interest rather than geographic proximity, the Sharing Partnership for Innovative Research in Translation (SPIRiT) Consortium links six CTSAs together to jointly develop innovative resources to support effective translational research. Consortium goals include promoting a sharing infrastructure for research data, tools, resources, and bio-specimens; establishing a network of

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    The New England RSA Group (NE RSA) is committed to increasing community awareness of clinical research and building clinical research capacity and sustainability in New England and beyond. Composed of representatives from the New England region's CTSA hubs, the NE RSA explores common issues, interests and concerns related to research participant safety and the experience of participation. In

  • Texas Regional CTSA Consortium Logo

    With its Lowering the Barriers program, the Texas CTSA Consortium is facilitating collaboration among the Texas CTSAs and other interested biomedical research institutions by an IRB reciprocity agreement and sharing of resources, expertise, and patient populations. The Texas CTSAs' BERD, bioinformatics, ethics, and PCIR components are meeting regularly to exchange best practices and tackle joint

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    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

  • Appalachian Translational Research Network Logo

    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

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    The Greater Los Angeles CTSA Consortium was established to leverage our local talents in collaborations that benefit both our local communities and our approaches to clinical research. The two main activities that are currently underway are (a) a Community Engagement working group that is developing and evaluating an intervention with promotoras to increase Latino representation in clinical trials