MCW SURE Summer Cardiovascular Research Fellowship in Milwaukee for Diverse Undergraduates, Applications Due 2/1/2023
MCW SURE Summer Cardiovascular Research Fellowship in Milwaukee for Diverse Undergraduates, Applications Due 2/1/2023 The Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has up to 17 paid summer research fellowships available in the Summer of 2023 for undergraduates who belong to underrepresented racial/ethnic groups and/or who identify as LBGTQ+. We are seeking
- November 01, 2022Course on Battling Misinformation Makes Media Headlines Students from around the world have the opportunity to both dive into biomedicine and build science communication skills through a new one-year Master’s program at The University of Chicago. The Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MBS) is now accepting applications for its first class that will kick off in Fall 2023. The new degree
Experience eMPACT - Empowering Purposeful Advancement of Careers and Training in the Research WorkforceOctober 21, 2022eMPACT™ is a new career navigation system specifically created for the clinical research workforce where users can access available jobs and recommended training opportunities based on current job levels and needs. eMPACT was developed by the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) Translational Workforce Development (TWD) program through a collaboration with Emory
Georgia CTSA receives $73.7 million to accelerate clinical and translational research across GeorgiaOctober 07, 2022The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $58.6 million over the next five years to the Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) to continue its efforts to advance the quality of clinical and translational research and transform research results to impact health in the state of Georgia and beyond. In addition to NIH funding, the Georgia CTSA will receive $15.1
- University of Iowa
This poster describes year one of the Iowa Health Data Resource (IHDR), a three-year 2.2 million dollar funded project to create a foundation on which future health informatics research initiatives can be built. The IHDR is a collaboration of the health science colleges (Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Public Health) at Iowa and includes the development of a team of faculty liaisons
Academic Medical Center Clinical Research Professional Workforce: Part 2-Issues in Staff Onboarding and Professional DevelopmentJournal of Clinical and Translational Science
- July 22, 2022Clinical research professionals (CRP) are a vital part of the clinical and translational science workforce. However, there are multiple barriers to recruiting, training, and retaining these vital workers at academic medical centers, compounded by the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a frustratingly quick turnover rate at these institutions. In September 2020, the Institute of
- -Meeting Theme: Achieving Health Equity through the Science of Translation
Empowering Purposeful Advancement of Careers and Training in the Research Workforce (EMPACTtm): Vision, Process, and FutureEmory UniversityThe Clinical Research Workforce is critical for the sustainability of the research enterprise. The skills needed to staff research projects are complex and multileveled, yet resources to advance careers in this field are scarce. Turnover of research staff is expensive and threatens timely completion of projects. To address these challenges, the Georgia CTSA’s Translational Workforce Development
SC CTSI Scholar to Lead Study of Tracheostomy Infections and Antibiotics with Recently-Awarded R01 GrantSeptember 29, 2021
Many children who undergo tracheostomy placement, a surgical placement of breathing tubes for upper airways, endure repeated bacterial respiratory tract infections. These infections lead to frequent hospitalizations. Unfortunately, clinicians have lacked evidence-based guidelines for diagnosing and treating these infections with antibiotics. Now Christopher Russell, MD, MS, a former SC Clinical
SC CTSI KL2 Scholar awarded K23 grant to examine blood flow and development among children with heart defectsSeptember 29, 2021
We sat down (virtually!) with Dr. Nhu Tran, a recipient of the SC CTSI Mentored Career Development in Clinical and Translational Science award. We hear about her new K23 grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research, within the National Institutes of Health, and what she hopes to learn. Congratulations to Dr. Tran on this great accomplishment! 1. In layperson’s terms, tell us a little
- CLICThe interview-style webcast includes a variety of appropriate competencies for informatics personnel, as well as suggestions for best training practices.
- CLICThis webcast identifies appropriate personnel for your informatics research team and suggestions for addressing their training needs.
- CLICThis webcast examines common data quality issues and provides suggestions for correcting them.
- To accelerate translation, researchers need access to a broad range of data from a variety of sources (electronic health records, imaging, genetics, behavioral, etc.). These sources manage and store data differently, which creates the need for standardization. The Informatics Common Metric, which is in its second year, addresses the need to harmonize data across the CTSA Program. This will enhance
- Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is recruiting for a Project Manager, Instructional Design & Technology, to support the Professional Education Program. Under the supervision of the Director of Professional Education, the Project Manager is responsible for collaborating with Tufts CTSI partner faculty and staff in the design and delivery of education activities and other
- Journal of Clinical and Translational Science
Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) TL1 trainees and KL2 scholars were surveyed to determine the immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on training and career development. The most negative impact was lack of access to research facilities, clinics, and human subjects, plus for KL2 scholars lack of access to team members and need for homeschooling.
Personalized training pathways for translational science trainees: Building on a framework of knowledge, skills, and abilities across the translational science spectrumJournal of Clinical and Translational Science
To assess how TL1 Trainees, KL2 Scholars, and WFD groups are addressing barriers associated with the emerging COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovative job-classification tool ensures MUSC has the workforce it needs to run efficient clinical trialsFebruary 02, 2021When the pandemic hit, clinical researchers jumped into action, starting up trials of COVID vaccines and treatments in record time. Without experienced and knowledgeable clinical research coordinators to run those trials, South Carolinians would not have had early access to these cutting-edge tools for fighting the virus. Those research professionals were at the ready, thanks to an initiative
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Workforce Development session during the 2020 Fall Program Meeting.
- University Of Southern California
This toolkit is intended to be a resource for researchers, health care providers and the community who are interested in conducting community-engaged research. This community partnership toolkit outlines the process and approach needed during every phase of a project (e.g. relationship building, proposal development, project execution and dissemination).
- University Of Florida
The Department of Epidemiology at the University of Florida (UF) aims to raise awareness regarding Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and to increase screening for cognitive impairment among older adults. We are focusing attention on providing additional medical education to healthcare professionals through a free, one-hour continuing medical education (CME) course. You are invited to join our online CME
- University Of Southern California
In this video, an SC CTSI specialist introduces the basic characteristics of community-engaged research and the rationale for this research approach, including the development of health solutions among groups that have historically been underrepresented in medical study. Clinical and translational investigators learn the ways in which community-engaged research differs from traditional research
To elicit participant feedback on the 2020 Spring Joint Meeting of KL2 Directors, TL1 Directors and Workforce Development.
To gather feedback on how to ensure that the Workforce Development DTF is able to focus attention on the areas of greatest importance to members over the coming year.
To elicit participant feedback on the 2019 Spring Career Professional Development for CTSA Workforce Meeting
- University Of PennsylvaniaAcademic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists, is a free open education resource that can be used asynchronously in courses, workshops, pilot grant programs, and by individuals. Who is an academic entrepreneur? Faculty, staff, or students turning observations in the laboratory, clinic, and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public and seeking
- University Of Southern CaliforniaBackground: Study monitoring is an essential and routine quality function in industry-sponsored trials. However, access to high quality study monitoring is often lacking in investigator-initiated trials conducted in academic medical centers. Indeed, two separate surveys of research professionals in Southern California revealed that only about 65% reported monitoring in their investigator-initiated
University of California, DavisNow entering its 17th consecutive year, the CTSC continues to serve biomedical research projects by providing services and resources to investigators, staff, scholars and trainees, and community partners. As an honest and resourceful broker, the CTSC partners with UC Davis schools and colleges engaged in life science and translational research to support collaborative projects with the potential to improve health care. The CTSC provides centralized resources dedicated to facilitating biomedical research through innovation, collaboration, and expertise. As an extension of our national consortium, the CTSC is charged with advancing human health through:
1) Training and cultivating the translational science workforce
2) Engaging patients and communities in every phase of the translational process
3) Promoting the integration of special and underserved populations in translational research across the human lifespan
4) Innovating processes to increase the quality and efficiency of translational research, particularly of multisite trials
5) Advancing the use of cutting-edge informatics
Through its various programs and resources, the UC Davis CTSC provides the essential infrastructure for building research teams of the future to improve human health.