NEWS

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Training the Next Generation of Research Assistants

Developed by CTSI for the Bidwell Training Program's Medical Assistant major, the STricklAnd Research Training (START) program, is a free, customized workforce development program that provides the experience and education necessary to become an entry-level clinical research assistant.

July 20, 2022
Type: News
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Coordinator Connect: Spring 2022

In this issue you will find information regarding free participant brochures, avoiding fraudulent responses in survey research, increasing the impact of research through Dissemination & Implementation Science, and more!

May 18, 2022
Type: Newsletter
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Cohort Identification and Participant Recruitment

The School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Resources task force wants your proposals for projects that will develop innovative and sustainable resources to help Pitt investigators increase engagement of underrepresented communities in clinical research. Round 1 applications due Oct. 8, 2021.

September 30, 2021
Type: Funding
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PAIN 2022 Awardees Announced

CTSI is excited to announce the awardees of the Virginia Kaufman Pain Research Challenge 2022: STOPP: Stomp Out Peripheral Artery Disease Pain and Neuropeptide-Y Nasal Spray to Relieve Neuropathic Pain. Read more about these projects and check out their awardee videos now!

July 13, 2022
Type: News
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Coordinator Connect Newsletter: Winter 2022

In this issue you will find information about an upcoming presentation on pain management and health disparities, accessing data sharing tools from the All of Us research program, funding opportunities, regulatory notes, and more!

March 2, 2022
Type: Newsletter
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CTSI Coordinator Connect Newsletter: Summer 2021

Inside you will find information regarding recruitment, retention and engagement tools, funding opportunities, regulatory updates, and more!

August 18, 2021
Type: Newsletter
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COVID-19 Grant Awardees: Where Are They Now?

In April 2020, CTSI awarded $900K to 17 different projects that addressed various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, from studying the antibody response in children to a diagnostic blood test that identifies patients more likely to have a severe infection.

July 6, 2022
Type: News
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Coordinator Connect Newsletter: Fall 2021

Inside you will find information about ethics training for community partners, funding opportunities, regulatory updates, and more!

November 17, 2021
Type: Newsletter
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CTSI Coordinator Connect Newsletter: Spring 2021

Inside you will find information about new budgeting requirements when Pitt is the single IRB of record, a catalogue of services that the University Library System offers to assist researchers, information on registering for CTSI’s upcoming Orientation to Research Fundamentals workshop and more!

May 19, 2021
Type: Newsletter