Informational Sessions for CTSC Resources
The CTSC is offering educational opportunities for researchers and research study teams.
All it takes is a phone call or email from a department, study team or researcher to make the request.
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 216.368.0035
Seminars, short courses, and programs may take the form of webinars, regularly scheduled seminars, small group discussions, one-on-one meetings, or other approaches to meet the requester's needs.
See below for current offerings - in-person, on-line videos, or powerpoints/papers. If there are other topics you would like to learn about, contact Carolyn Apperson-Hansen, and ask. The CTSC is pleased to coordinate sessions to meet your needs.
In-Person CTSC Related Offerings
- How the CTSC Can Help You
What is the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC)?
Description: Overview of the CTSC including a little history on how it came to be.
Researchers, Take Advantage of the CTSC Resources!
Description: CTSC Resource Service - Researchers from all partner institutions can more easily identify and access the CTSC's vast resources, both well-established but perhaps unknown and those newly developed.
ResearchMatch (RM) can help you recruit research participants. Ask how.
Description: ResearchMatch is a national volunteer research registry that brings together researchers and willing volunteers who wish to get involved in research studies. This national registry developed by institutions affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA), provides a secure, web-based approach to address a key barrier to advancing research: participant recruitment.
The CTSC Pilot Grant Program: What is it and who is it for?
(A la carte menu Option - choose one or a series)
- Overview of CTSC funding opportunities available to researchers - Annual Pilot Grant, Core Utilization Grant, Themed Pilot Programs
- Overview of WebGrants- Our online grant submission and review application.
- General Q&A session regarding the pilot grant application
- Pilot Grant Program Core- How to run your own pilot grant program with CTSC administrative support.
- Facilitated IRB Review: What is it? How does it help the Researcher?
Description: Would you like to conduct one study at multiple CTSC sites? Facilitated IRB review will streamline the IRB process. It was created to allow studies approved by one institution to receive facilitated review via a newly created electronic "HUB" at the other participating institution(s).
- Data Safety and Monitoring Board (DSMB): What is it? When is it required for a research study?
- Research Data Management Series [PDF]
A la carte menu option - choose one or more from this series
Description: Outlines an approach to managing data for research studies.
- Pure Experts: What is this? How does a researcher use this tool?
Description: Pure Experts is a subscription tool used to identify CTSC faculty and other biomedical experts and their publications by areas of expertise. It is designed to facilitate faculty research and project collaboration.
Click here for a more detailed description.