Dates:  Mon. July 15 – Fri. July 19, 2019

Times8:00 am to 5:30 pm (ends at 3:30 pm Fri, 7/19)

Location:  2024 East Monument St, 1-500Q. Baltimore, MD

Co-Directors: Daniel Ford, MD, MPH and Karen Bandeen-Roche, PhD, MS

Registration opens June 3rd.  Register here.

 

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Please Note:
As of last year, we reduced our scheduling format from 2-weeks to 1-week.  With the success of our new format, we will continue to offer the intensive one-week format.  The 2018 enrollees reported favorably regarding the new scheduling.  We will continue to hold small groups, where learners can get individualized feedback on their research proposals. With that, we recently polled course alumni from 2015-2017 and many report, because of this experience; they have used their course abstracts for grant submission, manuscript, presentation, and publication.

Course Learning Objectives for Faculty, Staff & Fellows:
Define a research question. Understand the steps involved in conducting clinical research. Review and evaluate the main study designs used in clinical research: case-control, cohort, clinical trials, cross-sectional, met-analyses. Understand the basis of statistical analyses of clinical research studies. Understand the methodological basis of diagnostic and prognostic testing. Prepare and review a research project.  Course materials and homework exercises will be provided electronically. Student evaluations are based on paired pre- and post-test of knowledge base.

Course Cost:

NON-CREDIT

Faculty / Staff

100 % Professional Development – Must submit Tuition Remission Form (Dept. is ONLY billed due to lack of attendance.)
NON-CREDIT

Fellows

Free of Charge
Non JHU Affiliate (non-credit) Course cost- $1128 (via invoice)

For additional information, contact Stacey Marks at sjmarks@jhmi.edu.

Precision Medicine and the transformation of healthcare: advancing health using novel measurement, analysis, and communication.

Convene with national thought leaders in individualized health to examine the opportunity of improving patient care by discovering patient subgroups with secure cloud based data science. Become inspired by the precision medicine initiative at Johns Hopkins and learn about applications beyond the academic medical center setting.

Explore an exhibit hall with over 20 core organizations that enable fundamental precision medicine functions including omics, biostatistics, and clinical research.

For more information, follow the links below.

REGISTER

FLYER

AGENDA

 

 

 

The Johns Hopkins Office of Human Subjects Research is holding its 4th Annual Meet and Greet Open House on Friday, May 17, 2019. This is an opportunity to meet the staff, attend various workshops and find out everything you’ve always wanted to know about the IRB review process.

Please register for one or more of the following courses:

Help Desk FAQ’s
10:30 – 11:00 am & 1:00 -1:30 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633010

Key Information and New Consent Form – Common Rule
10:30 -11:00 am & 2- 2:30 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=859954

Meet the Board Members
11–11:30 a.m. & 2:30–3 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633006

New Exempt Categories and Forms – Guidance under the New Common Rule
10–10:30 am & and 2–2:30 p.m.):
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633009

New Policy on Prompt Reporting of Reportable Events
9:30–10:00 am & 1:30– 2:00 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633007

Q & A Sessions with the IRB Staff
10 -10:30 am & 1–1:30 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=859951

Reliance the Beginning Stages
11–11:30 am & 2:30- 3:00 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633008

Resources for the Researcher
9:30- 10:00 am & 1:30- 2:00 pm
http://lms14.learnshare.com/l.aspx?CID=89&A=2&T=633004

For more information, contact Tyreen Maddox at tmaddox1@jhmi.edu.

A Panel Discussion about Hopkins inHealth Precision Medicine

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The ICTR’s Catalist Seminar Series aims to provide an introduction to innovative approaches in clinical research as a supplement to the training program scholars and other graduate trainees are already receiving.

Join us at our next seminar, Monday, April 29 from noon- 1:30 pm in Room 1-500Q, 2024 E. Monument Street, to hear from Jeffrey Holmes, MD, PhD, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine; University of Virginia. Dr. Holmes topic is “Medical Innovation & the Intersection Between Engineers and Clinicians.”

Dr. Holmes currently heads the Cardiac Biomechanics Group at UVA.  His laboratory studies the interactions between mechanics, function, and growth and remodeling in the heart, using a combination of computational and experimental models. His research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the American Heart Association, the Whitaker Foundation, the Coulter Foundation, and the Hartwell Foundation.  Dr. Holmes is a Johns Hopkins alumni having earned his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering.

To attend in person or online via Adobe Connect, RSVP here.

For additional information, contact Stacey Marks at sjmarks@jhu.edu.

Day at the Market is an outreach and engagement program launched in 2016 at the Northeast Market, located adjacent to the Johns Hopkins University East Baltimore campus. This program aims to not only share health and wellness information, but to serve as a learning tool for being a better partner with the community, as a dissemination vehicle to return what they have learned to the community, and to bridge the gap between the local community and Johns Hopkins University.

2019 CALENDAR

We encourage all faculty, staff and students to attend. There will be a question and answer period at the close of each lecture. If you have suggestions for future topics, feel free to contact us.


Attendees Will Learn:

  • the basics for using Epic for research
  • what services are available for researchers using Epic
  • how Epic is currently being used for research

To register, visit https://apr2019thirdthurs.eventbrite.com.

For additional information, please contact Crystal Williams at cwill137@jhu.edu or visit: https://ictr.johnshopkins.edu/ThirdThursdays

If you are unable to attend, you can view the lecture here.


This lecture series showcases many of the resources, programs, educational training and other opportunities we offer. Those tools are designed to transform the translational process so that new treatments and cures for disease can be delivered to patients faster. On the third Thursday of the month, speakers will present a topic that can directly aid clinical research study team members.

This educational session qualifies for continuing education credits for ACRP and SoCRA.

AWARE for All is a free program that aims to educate and empower the public in making informed decisions about clinical research. This event includes free health screenings and food, informational exhibits that feature community organizations and research centers, local physician and patient speakers, a ceremony to honor clinical research volunteers, a raffle and lots of fun giveaways.

Event Schedule

Health Screenings & Informational Alley: 5- 8:00 pm

Opening Talk & Panel Discussions: 6:00 pm

Medical Heroes Appreciation Ceremony & Raffle: 7:45- 8:00 pm

Register

Day at the Market is an outreach and engagement program launched in 2016 at the Northeast Market, located adjacent to the Johns Hopkins University East Baltimore campus. This program aims to not only share health and wellness information, but to serve as a learning tool for being a better partner with the community, as a dissemination vehicle to return what they have learned to the community, and to bridge the gap between the local community and Johns Hopkins University.

2019 CALENDAR

Day at the Market is an outreach and engagement program launched in 2016 at the Northeast Market, located adjacent to the Johns Hopkins University East Baltimore campus. This program aims to not only share health and wellness information, but to serve as a learning tool for being a better partner with the community, as a dissemination vehicle to return what they have learned to the community, and to bridge the gap between the local community and Johns Hopkins University.

2019 CALENDAR