Category: CTSA PROGRAM UPDATE

Current Funding Opportunities Update

Limited Competition for the Continuation of HiLo: Pragmatic Trial of Higher versus Lower Serum Phosphate Targets in Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis Clinical Centers (UH3- Clinical Trial Required) 06/08/2022 01:34 PM EDT This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites a renewal application from UH3 DK118748 supported by RFA-RM-16-019. This FOA will support the continuation and completion of HiLo: […]

CTSA CLIC Updates

It’s finally time!  Attending the CTSA Program Spring Group Meetings this week? Make sure to check out the Group Meetings event page for the most up to date agendas and FAQs before the big event! Final Installment of In Our Own Words: Grant Success & Publication Insights to Inspire: In Our Own Words concluded with its final blog post in […]

CTSA Program Update

Spring has Sprung! I, like many others will be looking forward to the upcoming ACTS meeting in Chicago this month for the first 3D meeting in two years. Hopefully BA.2 will remain muted, at least in the Chicago area which is currently rated ‘low’ by the CDC’s community level measure. Closer to home in the DC region, […]

Updates from CLIC

Don’t miss your chance to register for the 2022 CLIC-Sponsored Hub-Hosted Un-Meeting!  This virtual Un-Meeting will be hosted by the Genomic Information Commons (GIC) on April 13, 2022, 12 PM – 4 PM ET.  The GIC is an NCATS/NIH-funded continuously updating, queryable, federated system that has established scalable technologies, policies, and procedures to share genomic and phenotypic data across sites of care. […]

Updates from CLIC

  2022 CLIC-Sponsored Hub-Hosted Un-Meeting  Mark your calendars for the upcoming virtual Un-Meeting, “Enabling and Promoting Inter-Institutional Clinical and Genomic Research,” hosted by the Genomic Information Commons (GIC) on April 13, 2022, 12 PM – 4PM ET.  Agenda now available and registration opening soon!  Registration extended for the 2022 Spring iEC Meeting!  Spring Informatics Enterprise Committee In-Person Meeting Friday, March 25, 2022 New […]

Updates from CLIC

Upcoming Hub-Hosted Un-Meeting  Mark your calendars for the upcoming Un-Meeting, “Enabling and Promoting Inter-Insitutional Clinical and Genomic Reasearch,” hosted virtually by the Genomic Information Commons (GIC) on April 13, 2022, 12 PM – 4PM ET. The GIC is an NCATS/NIH funded continuously updating, queryable, federated system enabling and promoting clinical and genomic research across eight pediatric hospitals. At this Un-Meeting, the […]

CTSA Updates

  NEWS EVENTS FUNDING CONSORTIUM CORNER Dear Reader, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” As we enter 2022, these words of Yogi Berra – baseball legend and philosopher – ring true and should engender some much-needed humility. Berra also offered sound advice to scientists: “you can observe a lot by just watching,” as well as […]

CLIC Introduces Informatics-The Journey Continues

  The goal of Insights to Inspire is to provide actionable intelligence, disseminate lessons learned, foster innovation, and encourage collaboration across institutions. As a follow-up to last year’s webcasts promoting interoperability, the 2022 program consists of a series of blogs and webinars that address the five categories related to the Informatics metric Program Summaries. We encourage you […]

CLIC News Roundup

How do the effects of climate change impact your work in clinical and translational science?  There’s still time to register for our upcoming CLIC-hosted Un-Meeting, “Climate Change and Human Health (C2H2): Through a Translational Science Lens”, happening virtually on February 10, 2022 from 11 AM – 3:30 PM ET. Attendees will hear presentations from speakers across and […]

CLIC CTSA News Roundup

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 […]