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BU Informatics Tools & Resources Update

The Boston University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Biomedical Informatics Core (BU-BIC) seeks to work with the BU/BMC research community to improve access to and the use of clinical data from Boston Medical Center, affiliated Community Health Centers, and other research institutions nationally and internationally. This webinar provided an update on current data resources, tools, […]

NIH NCATS June E-Newsletter

Volume 09 │ Issue 06 │ June 30, 2020 DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE In his latest message, the director discusses how NCATS has helped launch or support the creation of multiple data sharing platforms that harness the power of crowdsourcing. Read More WHAT’S HAPPENING ANNOUNCEMENTS & OPPORTUNITIES MEET NCATS STAFF Gallya Gannot, D.M.D., Ph.D. is a program director in NCATS’ Division […]

CLIC News Roundup June 30, 2020

News Roundup June 30, 2020 Updates from CLIC Registration for the July 29th kick-off webinar for the Insights to Inspire (I2I) 2020 series is now open. Insights to Inspire (I2I) 2020 highlights those hubs who have made improvements in their Careers in Clinical Translational Research metric. The first webinar focuses on diversity and inclusion. Three hubs […]

CLIC News Roundup May 19, 2020

News Roundup May 19, 2020 Updates from CLIC Apply for a CTSA Working Group! If you have an idea for a project or deliverable to address a gap in translational science or to further the objectives of the CTSA Program then don’t wait to apply to start a Working Group! Working Groups consider and develop solutions […]

CLIC News Roundup May 5, 2020

News Roundup May 5, 2020 Updates from CLIC CTSA Program Working Group Submissions Open The CTSA Program Steering Committee is once again accepting proposal submissions to form new Working Groups that address specific issues in clinical and translational research. With programmatic support from CLIC, Working Groups propose and deliver consensus papers, publications, conferences, or other […]

CLIC News Roundup April 21, 2020

News Roundup April 21, 2020 Updates from CLIC Collaborate Across the Consortium: Apply for a Synergy Paper Collaborative teams across the CTSA Program Consortium have until April 29 to apply for a Synergy Paper, a CLIC-supported effort to help three or more hubs collaborate to turn the latest ideas in clinical and translational science into […]

4/7 COVD-19 Virtual Town Hall

BUSM Virtual Town Hall on COVID-19 Tuesday, April 7 | 1-2:30 p.m. Virtual Meeting: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/452441429 The BUSM Dean’s Office is holding a Virtual Town Hall Meeting on the COVID-19 pandemic with BUSM faculty who are recognized experts in the areas of basic research, clinical activities and community efforts. These panelists will address your issues, concerns […]

NIH NCATS March 2020 E-Newsletter

Volume 09 │ Issue 03 │ March 31, 2020 DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE As the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly evolves, the director describes how NCATS is harnessing the combined might of the CTSA Program, New Therapeutic Uses program and more to help overcome the pandemic. Read More WHAT’S HAPPENING ANNOUNCEMENTS & OPPORTUNITIES MEET NCATS STAFF Brittany M. Haynes, Ph.D. is a scientific […]

CLIC News Roundup-March 24, 2020

News Roundup March 24, 2020 Updates from CLIC  Explore the CLIC website, connect with CTSA content using tags One of the best ways CTSA Program members can share their work and spark discussions with colleagues across the consortium is to use tags when submitting or searching for ANY content on the CLIC website. Tags are […]

COVID-19 Federal Funding Opportunities

CDC Applied Research to Address The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emerging Public Health EmergencyEmerging Public Health Emergency Areas of Interest (see attached RFA for additional information): Surveillance, natural history and household transmission of SARS CoV-2 Diagnostics development and novel technology development and evaluation to improve diagnostic testing capabilities for COVID-19 detection Immune response and transmission dynamics for SARS CoV-2 Host […]