Researcher Tools

Whether you are a new or an experienced investigator, the CTSC provides a wide array of services to help you design and manage clinical research studies. From funding opportunities for pilot projects, to cutting edge instrumentation and technology, the experienced CTSC staff is here to help you bring your research from lab to life. Visit our researcher links or contact the Research Concierge Service:

Research Concierge Service
The Research Concierge Service (RCS) is the "Front Door", or entry way, to all elements of the CTSC program.

The REDCap Consortium, comprised of more than 300 active institutional partners, supports a secure web application designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies.

Pilot Programs
The peer-reviewed pilot funding program is designed to stimulate and promote new translational research, new research collaborations, and novel research ideas.

Request CTSC Resources
The City-wide partners of the CTSC have invaluable resources to support your research needs!

Developed originally by Cleveland Clinic,Explorysa secure cloud computing platform specialized for leaders healthcare.

Pure Experts
New Pure Experts is a subscription tool used to identify CTSC faculty and other biomedical experts and their publications by areas of expertise. faculty research and project collaboration.

Recruitment Resources
The CTSC has access to several recruitment tools; including ResearchMatch, which works to bring researchers and research participants together.

WebGrants is a centralized, online grant proposal management system which facilitates the submission and review of competitive research initiatives.

Institute for Computational Biology
The ICB will advance our fundamental knowledge of human biology through the application of computational methods to large and diverse datasets. Further, the ICB will promote the translation of this knowledge into better diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prevention and delivery of healthcare.

Other links:
Responsible Conduct for Researchers
Doing Research at CWRU
Seminar Videos