• The goal of the mentored IRB member experience is to enhance understanding and awareness of these important and necessary steps to fully realized translational science initiatives. Through this process, trainees will also gain an understanding of the role individuals like themselves play in any peer-review process.
  • The CTSA Biological Translational Research Workshop (BTRW) is a highly interactive and informative, forum created for new investigators to present their research in a broad translational context. Participants include researchers from across the translational research spectrum, from molecular biologists and clinical trials specialists to epidemiologists and ethicists. It provides an outstanding opportunity to develop new research collaborations.The format is chalk-talk and the presentation itself, lasts 25-30 minutes with a moderator who serves to engage the audience and facilitate broad participation. Biological Translational Research Workshops are usually held in L272 on Mondays at 3:00-4:30 pm (except for the first Monday of each month, when the CMM seminar is held instead, and the BTRW meets jointly with the Outcomes Research Workshop in their timeslot, Wed 8-9:30am). Topics cover a broad spectrum of disorders, including several each year devoted to Neurology/Neuroscience.
  • The Grant Preparation Workshop...(information is forthcoming)