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The REDCap Application Programming Interface (or API) has been made more accessible for users with limited programming experience. An API is generally used to automate activities between two different systems. Review the details below to learn how you can use the API to improve your...

Finding enough time to dedicate to research pursuits can be a challenge for any junior faculty member. After fulfilling teaching and clinical responsibilities, free periods of time left for research are often few and far between. To mitigate this challenge, the Institute of Translational Health...

The ITHS TL1 program brings together a multi-disciplinary group of postdoctoral students interested in a career in translational science. Through a combination of thoughtful mentorship, interdisciplinary interaction, and focused training, TL1 Trainees receive the career development tools needed to become impactful translational researchers. ...

The Translational Research and Information lab (TRAIL) provides space and services that accelerate healthcare. For the past year, TRAIL has provided investigators with a much needed space for generating new ideas, exploring cutting-edge technology, and learning new skills. ...

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences is proud to announce the 2018 Pilot Award recipients. During this funding cycle, awardees will develop healthcare related mobile applications, take on clinical challenges, and form new community based partnerships. ...

Have you ever wondered how to include an automatic time stamp as part of your official REDCap data set? Consider using either the @NOW or the @TODAY action tags. ...

External modules extend existing REDCap functionality in new and creative ways. These modules are not developed by the main REDCap development team at Vanderbilt, instead they are put forth by members of the REDCap consortium. ...

Cite ITHSThe Institute is supported by grants UL1 TR002319, KL2 TR002317, and TL1 TR002318 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA).

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