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Are you doing research involving human health and patient-centered datasets? Are you looking for access to clinical data to help you conduct your research? The Student Technical Fees (STF) grant provides access to computational and support resources through the Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) and...

ITHS designs and supports an assortment of tools to make the research process easier. Yet with a toolbox full of resources, it also becomes important to ask, how do these various systems work together to support a project as a whole? ITHS recently launched Leaf, a...

Looking for some additional resources to conduct your clinical or translational research? The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has released three distinct opportunities, specifically addressing questions in neuroscience, bioethics, and pain-related collaboration. Research on Bioethical Issues This administrative supplement targets bioethical, legal, and societal implications of medical...

Entering a new, complex field like clinical research can be overwhelming. The ITHS Introduction to Clinical Research Boot Camp is an annual, 2-day introductory workshop for faculty, staff, and post-doctoral fellows to learn all that is involved in designing and managing a clinical trial. Over two...

One of the great things about using data collection software is its ability to automate otherwise tedious or redundant tasks. To pull previously collected data into fields within a single project, use REDCap’s piping feature. Similarly, to pipe data into an instrument at various points...

The University of Washington Clinical Learning, Evidence And Research (CLEAR) Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders has opened applications for a $20,000 pilot and feasibility award. This program provides support for services and supplies to early-stage investigators interested in musculoskeletal research. Application Materials Application materials can be submitted through...

Have you considered the best ways to involve the community in your scientific research? This is a big question with many parts – Who is ‘the community’? What are the benefits of community engagement to research? At what stage of research should you engage communities?...

Wake Forest Clinical And Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has an opportunity for $10,000-$20,000 in pilot award research funding. The Wake Forest Primate Signature Program mission is to, “provide funds, monkeys, expertise, and infrastructure for feasibility studies that advance the CTSA network’s translational research by the use of...

They have spent years working with patients, communities, and basic research to hone their skills in clinical and translational science. Now, thanks to the ITHS KL2 Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program, three early-career investigators will have the dedicated research time, mentorship, and funding they...

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