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    Columbia University

    The mission of the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is to advance discoveries, knowledge, and innovation to improve human health across the lifespan for diverse populations in upper Manhattan and around the world. By mobilizing and connecting Columbia University’s researchers, we aim to create a seamless integration of community and academic partnerships. Our commitment to train a multi-faceted workforce, provide vital resources to researchers, and improve the efficiency of research processes, promotes the collaborative team science framework needed to translate research discoveries into effective interventions that address current and future health concerns.

    We provide over 70 different services and programs focused on education and training, seed funding, bioinformatics, biostatistics, clinical research, lifespan research and special populations, regulatory knowledge and bioethics, an off-site community facility and health informatics websites.
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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

  • Flyer advertising the sixth Visual Toolkit Webinar
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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

  • Flyer advertising the third Visual Tookit Webinar
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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

  • Flyer advertising the second Visual Tookit Webinar
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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

  • To elicit participant feedback on the 2020 Lifespan and Life Course Research Integrating Strategies Un-Meeting.

  • Flyer advertising the webinar and announcing the presenters are Heidi Hanson, Shari Barkin and Chirag Patel
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    CLIC

    The purpose of the Life Course Visual Toolkit is to increase knowledge about life course research methods and innovative approaches by providing content that is widely available and accessible to researchers across multiple disciplines. This will be accomplished through a platform that allows synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities. Six Webinars have been designed to advance the

  • To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring Integration Across the Lifespan Meeting.

  • To elicit participant feedback on the 2019 Lifespan Integration DTF Face-to-Face Meeting

  • Dr. Shaikh is Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California Davis School of Medicine and Clinical Quality Officer at the UC Davis Health Practice Management Group. She has authored more than 70 peer-reviewed and invited publications, largely focused on improving health care delivery. “Dr. Shaikh has led efforts to improve the quality of care for children through local, state, national

  • NUCATS UnMeeting
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    Northwestern University At Chicago

    This Un-Meeting will explore lifespan and life course research tools and strategies to advance understanding of how the life course may influence outcomes of research participants and how this may be considered in observational and interventional study design. Monday, March 2, 2020 Chicago, Illinois A reception on Sunday, March 1 will precede the Un-Meeting. View event website Un-Meeting on

  • The American Journal of Geriatrics published a letter to the editor by Meredith Zauflik, MPA, Recruitment Specialist at OCTRI (Portland's CTSA hub) and Elizabeth Eckstrom, MD, MPH, Director of Integrating Special Populations at OCTRI and Chief of Geriatrics at Oregon Health & Science University. In “Matching Older Research Subjects to Disease Demographics: First You Need to Know the Demographics,”
  • Journal of Clinical and Translational Science

    Introduction: Early life exposures affect health and disease across the life course and potentially across multiple generations. The Clinical and Translational Research Institutes (CTSIs) offer an opportunity to utilize and link existing databases to conduct lifespan research.

  • Journal of Clinical and Translational Science

    Introduction: A growing population of adults living with severe, chronic childhood-onset