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  • Trial Innovation Network

    Introduction: During the COVID-19 pandemic, many research participants cannot be consented in person, thereby making it critical to have a consent document that provides a clear presentation of key information to help someone make a decision about study participation. We utilized a community-engaged approach to technology development to inform features within the REDCap software platform to

  • Ohio State University

    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

  • Washington University Poster
    Washington University

    The goal of the Precision Medicine function of the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences is to streamline precision medicine research processes across the university. Three separate initiatives supported this effort: (1) outreach to community and faculty members through surveys and focus groups to assess interest and concerns regarding participation in precision

  • University Of Washington

    Understanding the complexities of requesting research data within a large academic health system can be a challenge for investigators. The University of Washington (UW) is working to provide the research community with avenues for requesting data that are both simple to understand and execute. From self-service tools both in and outside of the Electronic Health Record (EHR), to a well-defined

  • University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh

    CovEx system has been deployed online and demonstrated to several target users. The early results indicate that the success of the system to a considerable extent depends on the quality of key phrase extraction. Moreover, the nature of exploratory search calls for special extraction approaches. While we used a relatively powerful approach, it was trained to model gold standard annotation of

  • UCI Optional Functions (2019-2024): 1) Robots that Run with Humans; 2) Harnessing School Based Physical Fitness Data
    University Of California Irvine

    The field of robotic rehabilitation technology (RRT) is at a crossroads. People in need of rehabilitation therapies suffer from an enormous range of conditions, including spinal cord injury, stroke, muscle degenerative diseases, and early-life neuromotor injury. RRT holds the promise of effective and accessible therapies in ways previously unimaginable. The gaps between the technology advances and

  • Poster by Tufts CTSI for September 2019 CTSA Meeting
    Tufts University Boston
    The mission of Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is to stimulate innovative broadly-engaged team science across the translational research spectrum to improve clinical care and health. We achieve this by providing education, consultation, services, and direct support. Our third consecutive CTSA grant highlights two optional components that support transformational research
  • Medical University Of South Carolina

    The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the subsequent COVID-19 pandemic forced the country to enact extreme measures to limit virus transmission. Academic health institutions implemented measures for the protection of patients and families, staff, and trainees. These included physical distancing, enforced by limiting visitors and non-essential personnel, to support infection control measures as well as

  • Regenstrief Institute

    The Covid-19 Research Data Commons (CoRDaCo) aims to create an efficient and effective way of quickly generating datasets for Covid-19 related research. CoRDaCo integrates multiple sources of clinical and social determinants data into one central repository, which can be leveraged for many uses. Creating a curated collection of data elements specific to Covid-positive patients and stored in a

  • University at Buffalo CTSI Translational Imaging Core Poster
    State University Of New York At Buffalo

    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