The TraCS Professional Development Seminar series covers foundational skills useful for career development in clinical/translational research. It is split into 4 modules. In this session of the Finding Funding module, learn more about working with foundations.
In Kidney to Share the authors describe the experience of donating experience a kidney to a stranger to illustrate the medical, financial, and psychosocial barriers that make it difficult to donate and that may exacerbate health disparities.
Please join us for October's Children's Research Institute Seminar. Dr. Michael Kappelman will present "COVID-19 and IBD: What Have We Learned Over the Last Year? A New Paradigm for Rapid-Cycle Research During a Pandemic." We hope you are able to join us! Dr. Kappelman is a pediatric gastroenterologist whose research interests focus on using real-world … Read more
As of October 1, 2021, the Office for Human Research Ethics (OHRE) is releasing an updated SOP #1401. SOP #1401 was previously entitled “New Safety Information” and will now be titled “Promptly Reportable Information”. The SOP has been revised to increase readability by revising the formatting, updating definitions, and amending tables. Also as part of … Read more
The Quality Expo will be a virtual Webex event where top projects (as selected by the Quality Expo Committee) present their great work and answer questions, followed by break out room sessions fostering conversations about the rest of the fantastic submissions we received this year. A link to our virtual poster gallery will be provided … Read more
The TraCS Professional Development Seminar series covers foundational skills useful for career development in clinical/translational research. It is split into 4 modules. In the final session of the Finding Funding module, hear from both successful early stage researchers and experienced grant reviewers about finding funding. Registration is open for the 2021-2022 TraCS Professional Development Seminar … Read more
Exploratory data analysis is useful to understand a dataset—to find insights and generate hypotheses, rather than test hypotheses. t's easy to understand a dataset when it's small, just a couple of patients and relatively low number of variables. What do you do if there are many variables or many data? How can we understand what's … Read more
This online training session will provide an introduction to qualitative research methods. Topics covered will include differences between quantitative and qualitative research, qualitative research methodologies, strategies for qualitative data collection, and methods of qualitative data analysis. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share experiences conducting qualitative research. The session will be led … Read more
When tasked with designing recruitment materials, how do you make sure your study stands out from the others? What tools are at your disposal to create eye-catching materials? How do you communicate your study quickly and effectively? Understanding the tools and strategies for developing recruitment materials can start your recruitment on the right foot. Join … Read more
A webinar on Optical Genome Mapping, sponsored by the HTSF. The Bionano Genomics platform for genome imaging offers an extremely long-read technology, providing unmatched ability to detect structural variation and genomic rearrangements. Examples will be presented of how Bionano’s platform is helping solve genetic mysteries for patients with undiagnosed genetic disorders, and how it elucidates … Read more
The TraCS Professional Development Seminar series covers foundational skills useful for career development in clinical/translational research. It is split into 4 modules. In this session of the Communication Skills module, learn more about delivering your message in research papers, gaining outside interest in your team and research program, and effectively utilizing various types of media … Read more
This interactive online workshop will focus on semi-structured interviewing, a data collection method used in qualitative research. Topics covered will include basics of semi-structured interviews, development of interview questions and probes, interviewing skills, and considerations for conducting virtual interviews. Participants will have the opportunity to practice developing interview questions and using interviewing skills. The workshop … Read more