CLIC CTSA News Roundup

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Registration is now open for CLIC-hosted Un-Meeting!

Topic: Climate Change and Human Health (C2H2): Through a Translational Science Lens
When? February 10, 2022 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM ET

The link between C2H2 and translational science is not intuitive for all but epidemiology, prevention, and treatment of human disease related to climate change all have translational science dimensions. This event will focus on fostering networking and developing collaborative teams to advance methods for successful engagement in this area.

Register now! (login required)


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Insights to Inspire 2022: In Our Own Words – Mentorship

January is mentorship month and to celebrate we are sharing stories from nine CTSA Program hubs about their innovative approaches to mentorship. 

I2I 2022: In Our Own Words is a collection of program summaries from 36 unique hubs across the consortium for the Careers in Clinical & Translational Research (CCTR) metric.


2021 Virtual CTSA Program Annual Meeting Recap

Thank you to everyone that joined us in December for the virtual CTSA Program Annual Meeting! Materials and recordings are now available on the CLIC website (login required).

Make sure to read about the highlights of the meeting and stay tuned for more information about the 2022 CTSA Program In-Person Spring Group Meetings!


January 11 – CTSA Visiting Scholar Program – Aislinn Williams, MD, Ph.D.

January 12 – CTSA Visiting Scholar Program – Thomas Metkus, MD

January 13 – Panel Discussion: CTSA Program Awardee Who Successfully Leveraged an SBIR Grant

January 19 – CTSA Visiting Scholar Program – Michelle Lin, MD, MPH

January 26 – CTSA Visiting Scholar Program – Amanda Eudy, Ph.D.

January 27 – Facilitating Clinical Research Through an Academic – Community Hospital Partnership: The Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network (JHCRN)

January 27 – CTSA Visiting Scholar Program – Brooke R. Druliner, Ph.D.


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Meet the Fourth Cohorts for Change Facilitator, Felicity Enders

Felicity Enders, Ph.D., a professor of Biostatistics at Mayo Clinic, will facilitate the fourth workshop of the CLIC Cohorts for Change anti-racism series, “Changing the Face of Biomedical Research.” Cohorts for Change is a six-month training program focused on giving participants the knowledge and skills to further develop structural and administrative anti-racism initiatives within their CTSA Program hub.

NEW: Check out the curated resources for the fourth Cohorts for Change workshop!


Check out these Consortium News Stories!

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Register for Upcoming Webinar

In Innovative Consent Building Solutions for Multicenter Trials, you will learn about the informed consent submission process under the NIH sIRB Policy and an electronic consent building tool. 

January 20, 2022 at 2:00 PM ET


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Join the N3Community Forum

This event is held on a weekly basis and featuring presentations from members of the N3C community on selected topics regarding their work with N3C, followed by a discussion session open to participants. 

January 24, 2022 at 5:00 PM ET






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