Recap of Recent Events

We hope that you find our lectures and workshops informative and engaging. By offering events on multiple topics, we hope to assist researchers in their ongoing endeavors. If you attended one of these events and would like to view handouts and video recordings (if available) or if you were unable to go and are still interested in the topic, please see the list below.



Third Thursdays with the ICTR

June 20, 2019

“ClinicalTrials.gov Program, Meeting the Demand for Transparency through ClinicalTrials.gov Compliance ”

Speakers discussed the evolving enforcement measures by the NIH and FDA and the new guidelines of the Common Rule.

Speakers: Aliya Lalji, MD & Anthony Keyes, MBA

Links:
Video Recording

Presentation Slides

ClinicalTrials.gov Website

Third Thursdays Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Vivli Presentation

May 16, 2019

“Vivli, A Data Sharing Platform for Clinical Research Data”

Dr. Rebecca Li, Executive Director of Vivli, gave an overview of the advantages and features of the platform.

Speaker: Rebecca Li, PhD

Links:
Presentation Slides

Vivli Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Third Thursdays with the ICTR

April 18, 2019

“EPIC Showcase, What EPIC Can Do for Your Research”

Attendees learned the basics for using EPIC for research, services available, and how it is being used for research. By request

Speakers: Matt Courtemanche, Lisa Davis, Diana Gumas, Ben Smith, Matt Toerper, Thomas Grader Beck, MD

Links:
Video Recording (log in with Jhed)

EPIC for Research Website

Third Thursdays Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Third Thursdays with the ICTR

March 21, 2019

“MyPath Story Booth Project”

MyPath Story Booth Project is an opportunity for patients and caregivers to share their healthcare experiences. Attendees will learn about the project and how they can get involved by informing their patients about it.

Speaker: Lilly Su, BS

Links:
Video Recording

MyPath Website

Third Thursdays Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) Enabled Research Symposium

March 14, 2019

“Health Information Exchange Data Now Available to Johns Hopkins Researchers via the CRISP Research Initiative”

Highlighted studies that utilized data obtained from CRISP and shared how prospective investigators can facilitate their clinical research by using the database.

Speakers: Christopher Chute and members of the CRISP organization

Links:
CRISP Website

Video Recording

Agenda

Presentation Slides

Email Christopher Chute


Third Thursdays with the ICTR

February 21, 2019

“Resources for Data Management”

Featured resources for all levels of data management.

Speaker: Lisa R. Yanek, MPH, CPH

Links:
Video Recording

Data Managers Interest Group Website

Third Thursdays Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


K to R Transition Program Seminar

January 22, 2019

“Readying the R”

Identified common barriers to writing.

Speaker: Gail L. Daumit, MD, MHS, FACP and Elise Weerts, PhD

Links:

K to R Transition Program Website

Email Mia Terkowitz


Third Thursdays with the ICTR

January 17, 2019

“The Importance of Continued Research Training & Available Resources at Johns Hopkins”

Attendees learned about the regulatory changes in clinical research.

Speaker: Stephanie Swords, MA, CCRP

Links:
Video Recording

Slides

Study Team Training Website

Third Thursdays Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Catalist Seminar Series

December 17, 2018

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.

Speaker: Shiv Gaglani, MBA, Co-founder of Osmosis.org

Links:

Video Recording

Catalist Seminar Website

Email Stacey Marks


MyPath Storybooth Lunch & Learn

December 13, 2018

Provides an overview of the project and how researchers can get involved.

Speakers: Lilly Su, BS and Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb, RN, PhD

Links:

MyPath Story Booth Website

Email Lily Su


Day at the Market

December 12, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


K to R Transition Program Seminar

December 11, 2018

“Getting that Paper Out of the Door”

Identified common barriers of writing and teaches tools to increase writing practice.

Speakers: Kimberly Skarupski, PhD, MPH and David Yousem, MD, MBA

Links:

K to R Transition Program Website

Email Mia Terkowitz


Johns Hopkins Biostatistics Center 20th Anniversary Showcase

December 7, 2018

Highlighted 20 years of collaborations to enhance the quality and efficiency of research at JHMI.

Links:

Agenda

Biostatistics Department Website

Email Gayane Yenokyan

 


Health and Wellness Day at the Market

November 21, 2018

Partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System to share cooking tips, offer health screening and other heath related topics.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Day at the Market

November 14, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


4th Annual Trends in Clinical Research

November 8, 2018

“Blurring of the Boundaries Between Clinical Research ans Clinical Practice”

Speakers: Jonathan Moreno, PhD, Dabid and Lyn Silfen University Professor, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Links:

JHCRN Website

Email Melissa Gerstenhaber


Show and Tell Webinar Featuring the CD2H Data Workgroup

November 2, 2018

CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health (CD2H) data workgroup project leads share their progress.

Speakers: Melissa Haendel, PhD; David Eichmann, PhD; and Kristi Holmes, PhD

Links:

CD2H Website

ICTR Informatics Core (i2c) Website

Email Tricia Francis


Preparing Your NIH Submissions: Changes to NIH Forms & Applications

November 2, 2018

Offers advice on how to to prepare the new NIH clinical trials applications.

Speaker: Becky Wagenaar-Miller, Chief of the Extramural Policy Branch of the NIMH

Links:

Extramural Policy Branch Website

National Advisory Mental Health Council Website

NIMH Funding Announcements

Email Gail Daumit


Health and Wellness Day at the Market

October 17, 2018

Partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System to share cooking tips, offer health screening and other heath related topics.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Day at the Market

October 10, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture

October 6, 2018

Annual community program that addresses ethics related to clinical research and the story of Mrs. Henrietta Lacks.

Keynote Speaker: Francis Collins

Links:

Video Recording

Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Slides


K to R Transition Program Kickoff

September 27, 2018

An overview of the K to R program, monthly seminars planned and grant writing resources.

Links:

K to R Transition Program Website

Email Mia Terkowitz


Day at the Market

September 26, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Community Engagement: Current Challenges and New Directions

September 25-26, 2018

Presentations on applying the HHS regulations, with a focus on the revised Common Rule.

Speakers: Robert Winn, Ivor Pritchard, Katherine Blizinsky

Links:

ECU Website

ICTR Community Stakeholder Engagement Website

Johns Hopkins IRB Website


Third Thursdays with the ICTR

September 20, 2018

An overview of ICTR services and resources that can be utilized by the JHU community.

Speaker: Mark Garcia, Administrator ICTR

Links:

Third Thursdays Website

ICTR Programs and Resources Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Health and Wellness Day at the Market

August 15, 2018

Partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System to share cooking tips, offer health screening and other heath related topics.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Day at the Market

August 8, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Show and Tell Webinar Featuring the CD2H Data Workgroup

July 27, 2018

CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health (CD2H) data workgroup project leads shared their progress.

Speakers: Adam Wilcox, PhD; Chunlei Wu, PhD &  Peter Robinson, PhD
Links:
ICTR Informatics Core (i2c) Website

CD2H Website

Email Tricia Francis


Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Fundamentals: Understanding and Applying GCP to Human Subject Research

July 27, 2018

A 90-minute course will explain the elements of the International Conference for Harmonization’s (ICH) principles and specific guidelines for Good Clinical Practice.

Links:

Johns Hopkins Office of Human Subject Research Website

Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board Website

Email Fred Luthardt


Day at the Market

July 11, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Day at the Market

June 27, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Fundamentals: Understanding and Applying GCP to Human Subject Research

June 22, 2018

Explained the elements of the International Conference for Harmonization’s (ICH) principles and specific guidelines for Good Clinical Practice

Links:

Johns Hopkins Office of Human Subject Research Website

Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board Website

Email Fred Luthardt


Health and Wellness Day at the Market

June 20, 2018

Partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System to share cooking tips, offer health screening and other heath related topics.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


ICTR Data Managers Interest Group: Compliance Issues for Data Managers

June 19, 2018

“Compliance Issues for Data Managers”

Speakers:Megan Kasimatis Singleton, JD, MBE, CIP; Assistant Dean, Human Research Protections and Director of the Human Research Protections Program, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Valerie Smothers, Data Trust Coordinator, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Links:

Data Managers Interest Group Website

Video Recording

ictr@jhmi.edu


Day at the Market

June 13, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


3rd Annual Community Forum on Healthy Aging

June 11, 2018

A real talk about healthy aging and research.

Speakers: Jeanne Clark, Panagis Galiatsatos, Christian Pavlowich, Tyrone Qualls, Pamela Ouyang, Wen Shen, Jennifer Harrison

Links:

The Brancati Center for the Advancement of Community Care Website

Divinity Lutheran Church Website

ICTR Community Engagement Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Fundamentals: Understanding and Applying GCP to Human Subject Research

May 25, 2018

Explained the elements of the International Conference for Harmonization’s (ICH) principles and specific guidelines for Good Clinical Practice

Links:

Johns Hopkins Office of Human Subject Research Website

Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board Website

Email Fred Luthardt


Health and Wellness Day at the Market

May 16, 2018

Partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System to share cooking tips, offer health screening and other heath related topics.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Office of Human Subjects Research (OHSR) and Institutional Review Board (IRB) Meet and Greet Open House

May 11, 2018

Designed to share information about the IRB to the research community.

Links:

Johns Hopkins Office of Human Subject Research Website

Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board Website

 


Day at the Market

May 9, 2018

Outreach program based at the Northeast Market to foster community engagement.

Links:
Day at the Market Website

Email Barbara Bates-Hopkins


Fundamentals of Research Coordination: A Course for Research Staff

May 9, 2018

Formal preparation to provide coordinators with necessary skills.

Speakers: Linda Apuzzo, Liz Martinez, Mark Garcia, Tariq Syed, Mark Hughs, Dina Lansey, and Frederick W. Luthardt

Links:

School of Nursing Website

ICTR Training and Education Website

Email son-rctp@jhu.edu


Working with & Optimizing Budgets

May 8, 2018

Workshop to assist junior faculty with mentored career development awards on the path to becoming independent investigators.

Speaker: Joy Bolden, Grants & Contracts Manager, Division of General Internal Medicine, SOM

Links:

Clinical Research Scholars Website

Training and Education Website

Email Stacey Marks


ADVARRA – Webinar: Navigating the Expanding Regulations of ClinicalTrials.gov

April 24, 2018

A review of the federal regulations regarding reporting clinical trials.

Speaker: Tony Keyes, Program Manager for ClinicalTrials.gov Program

Links:

ClinicalTrials.gov Program Website

Webinar

Email registerclinicaltrials@jhmi.edu


Promises and Challenges of Pragmatic RCTs

April 11, 2018

Discussed the challenges and positive ramifications of pragmatic trials utilizing various examples. 

Speaker: Dr. William Schuyler Jones, MD

Links:

View Recording

Email Megan Gauvey-Kern

ictr@jhmi.edu


K to R Transition Program Seminar

April 10, 2018

“Working with & Optimizing Budgets”

Aims to teach tools to increase writing practice and addresses common barriers to writing.

Speaker: Joy Bolden, Grants & Contracts Manager, DOM, General Internal Medicine

Links:

K to R Transition Program Website

Email Mia Terkowitz


Helping Research Teams Address New NIH Application Requirements Around Clinical Trials

March 5, 2018

Reviewed  single IRB (SIRB) requirements and impacts, ClinicalTrials.gov requirements, and available Johns Hopkins Trial Innovation Unit/CTSA Trial Innovation Network support.

Speakers: Daniel E Ford, MD, M.P.H.;Megan Singleton, JD, MBE, CIP, Anthony Keyes, MBA, and Daniel F Hanley, M.D.

Links:

View Recording

ClinicalTrials.gov Program Website

Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board Website

ictr@jhmi.edu


Advancing Research in the Digital Age

February 27, 2018

This conference focused on building institutional knowledge around research consenting, recruiting and data collection in the informatics age. The goal is to help Johns Hopkins researchers learn what digital technologies are available and how to utilize these tools in human subject research.

Speakers: Megan Singleton, JD, MBE, CIP; Stuart C. Ray, MD; Joseph Ali, JD; Mark Dredze, PhD; Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb, PhD, RN, ANP; Kelly Gleason, PhD(c), RN, BSN; Christopher Chute, MD, DrPH, MPH; Wendy Bennett, MD, MPH; Courtney Erdly; Liz Martinez, RN, BSN, CCRC; David Thiemann, MD; Harold Lehmann, MD, PhD, FACMI; Mark Dredze, PhD; Manar Almandy & Paul Nagy, PhD; Paul Harris, PhD.

Links:

View Recording

Agenda

Research Participant Recruitment & Retention Support Website

Email Cassie Lewis-Land


ICTR Data Managers Interest Group: De-identification Part 2, De-identification of Media (Images, Audio/Video, and Text)

February 23, 2018

This installation in a series of presentations covers de-identification of media in research studies.

Speakers: Ryan Fallon and Bill Geiger, Radiology Information Systems, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Dave Fearon, Johns Hopkins University Data Management Services; Tom Richards and Fardad Gharghabi, Center for Population Health IT, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Links:

View Recording

Data Managers Interest Group Website

Email Lisa Yanek


Global Sensitivity of Randomized Trials with Missing Data: Methods and Software

February 22, 2018

Focuses on methods for conducting sensitivity analysis of repeated measures studies with missing data. A detailed case study to illustrate the methods and how to execute the methods in R and SAS is also presented.

Speaker: Daniel O. Scharfstein, Professor of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Links:

Email Daniel Scharfstein

 


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