Tag Archive: COLLABORATION

Data Management Advisory Board


The ICTR Data Management Advisory Board is designed to focus on data management within clinical research studies, including ways in which data management impacts study efficiency and the value of the data for both primary and secondary uses. Within Johns Hopkins there are a wide range of approaches to data management, with most of the responsibility centered within the individual studies. There are a few centers of expertise related to database management that have not generally met with each other or collaborated with each other to create institutional approaches and standards. The Data Management Advisory Board will work to answer … Continue reading

Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network (JHCRN)


The Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network (JHCRN), founded in 2009, is an integrated network of select academic and community-based medical institutions established within the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. The JHCRN is a regional translational research organization linking a preeminent academic medical center with a diverse network of community based health care delivery systems. We collaborate with both the private and public sector to more rapidly and cost effectively expedite scientific discovery through clinical trials and comparative effectiveness research to improve the care and health of patients. The JHCRN is comprised of the 6 hospitals within Johns Hopkins … Continue reading

Collaborations


The ICTR plans a variety of activities to promote interactions of clinical, translational and basic scientist trainees across Johns Hopkins. We commit to continued cooperation with the NIH and other CTSA programs.

Translational Research Communities (TRC)


In 2014, the ICTR created three Translational Research Communities (TRCs): Drugs, Biologics, Vaccines, and Devices Co-Leaders Barbara Slusher and Clifford Weiss Biomarkers and Diagnostic Tests Co-Leaders Martin Pomper and Elizabeth Selvin Behavioral, Social, and Systems Science Co-Leaders Felicia Hill-Briggs and Jill Marsteller The goals of these communities are to: Stimulate discovery that impacts health Engage and employ the wide range of ICTR resources and program areas, for example study design, biostatistics, pilot project funding, and the CRUs. Improve the quality, innovation and impact of Johns Hopkins University (JHU) translational research Improve research impact through early partnering with stakeholders and the community … Continue reading