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As you may know, the CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin has administered REDCap for over 12 years. We have over 580 research projects, and hundreds of quality improvement and administrative projects, with an active user base of over 1,800 individual users. You also may know that REDCap continually develops more...

The TRU continues to implement changes as part of the restructuring process that we started earlier in 2018. Strategic Update meetings were held in September-October to share feedback from the initial Town Hall Meetings in February-March and results of the survey that was distributed in...

The Marquette University Exercise Translational Research Unit (MU EXSC-TRU) is intended to assist with clinical health and athletic performance research. Both research participants and translational investigators will benefit from this well-organized Core that can be a one-stop location for a wide variety of services. The...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is seeking applications for a Medical Director (20%) and an Associate Medical Director (10%) of its Adult-Translational Research Unit (A-TRU). The responsibilities for these individuals include the following: Committed day-to-day on-site supervision of the A-TRU Ability to manage a...

As of today, CTSI has consolidated a number of CTSI Service Request forms into one central form. This change is intended to make it easier and less confusing for customers looking to request CTSI services. The following service cores now have one single request form: ...

We are in the process of restructuring the Adult Translational Research Unit (A-TRU) staffing and services to more robustly support investigator needs and would like feedback from the investigator and coordinator community. If you are an investigator or coordinator that uses or plans on using the Adult...

Come and learn about the Real-Time IRB review process from investigators, study staff, and IRB members who have had their research reviewed via this innovative mechanism. Presenters will discuss the Real-Time IRB review process, studies that are best suited for this type of review, and...

NIBIB and NCATS announce the availability of NIBIB Supplements to NCATS CTSA Programs for Translational Research Teams of Quantitative Researchers and Clinician-Scientists (Admin Supp) This program aims to facilitate partnerships where a clinician-scientist and a quantitative researcher, with a background in engineering or the computational or...

The Clinical & Translational Science Institute’s (CTSI) Adult Translational Research Unit (A-TRU) now offers DXA scanning services to any member of the community. This is a valuable resource, providing an accurate assessment of unique, individual body composition and key information for tracking personal...

In this difficult funding environment, it is important that MCW faculty put forth the best possible grant applications. In conjunction with the CTSI, the Office of Research is pleased to provide resources for external review of applications for R01 level grants (from NIH or other...

If you sit down with Allison Hyngstrom, PT, PhD, she will tell you that success early on in your career doesn’t come without the right resources, great mentors, meaningful collaborations and … campaigning?...

In order to foster translation of novel inventions into practice in the community, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Marquette University, the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Milwaukee School of Engineering and the Biotechnology and Bioengineering...

Have you discovered something? Do you know the patenting process? Inventions can have tremendous commercial value if appropriately evaluated, nurtured, and supported. However, most scientists and physicians do not always have the knowledge necessary to take an idea from original discovery through the licensing and commercialization...

The research nurses at the CTSI Adult Translational Research Unit (TRU) are a part of an optimal clinical research environment for both, research participants and translational investigators. The nursing staff has expertise to support protocol implementation and provide care for research participants while ensuring their...

The dates are set for the spring 2013 Science Café series. Mark your calendars and join us on: March 19th - Obesity and Lifestyle Modifications April 16th - Alzheimers and Dementias May 21st - BioMedical Technology Advancements June 18th - Breast cancer: Screening and Prevention The location for this series...

TIES – a tool from the University of Pittsburgh CTSI presented by Rebecca Crowley, M.D., M.S. Are you looking for a method to de-identify & query your data repository – tune in and check out what TIES has to offer! TIES (Tissue Information Extraction System) is an...

i2b2 is a tool for investigators to use to determine if a cohort of patients exists, identify potential research participants and capture study data. It provides a cost-effective, efficient, comprehensive IRB-approved environment to gather and query data for research. It will include data from patient...

Comprehensive views and trending data of body composition are valuable in clinical research and practical applications when investigating diseases that affect bone mineral content and soft tissue. A number of conditions exist where capturing body composition and bone mineral content is significant for further understanding...

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