Tag Archive: Events

NCATS Day 2018: Engaging Patients and Communities for Smarter Science

Save the date for NCATS Day 2018: Engaging Patients and Communities for Smarter Science on Sept. 28, 2018, at the National Institutes of Health main campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The purpose of the event, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is to provide a forum to share and reflect upon patient and community needs — as well as best practices in addressing those needs — so that NCATS can best shape its research priorities, programs and initiatives. Participants will share and discuss ways to overcome translational research challenges and leverage opportunities through effective patient and community … Continue reading

Third Thursdays with the ICTR

The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) is rebooting its’ lecture series, “Third Thursdays with the ICTR.” Each month, speakers will share research-related news and showcase a resource and/or service that can aid clinical research study team members.  The next lecture is Thursday, September 20 from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. in the Wood Basic Science Building West Lecture Hall. Mark Garcia, administrator, and ICTR faculty will present an overview of ICTR services and resources which can be utilized by researchers, faculty, staff and students. All are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served. To register, … Continue reading

UHI Community-Driven Research Day, Friday, October 12, 2018

Join The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute as they work to foster collaborative research for optimal community health outcomes Enjoy an afternoon of networking and having your research needs heard at Community-Driven Research Day! Community-based organizations will have the opportunity to discuss their research needs with interested faculty and students, identify potential collaborations, and become aware of funding resources for collaborative research. Baltimore-based community organizations, city agencies, faculty, and students are encouraged to attend! Where: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Feinstone Hall E2030, 615 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205 When: Friday, October 12, 2018 | 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. The deadline … Continue reading

Show and Tell Webinar Featuring the CD2H Data Workgroup

Please join us! Show and Tell Webinar Featuring the CD2H Data Workgroup  July 27, 11 am- noon Pacific Time This first Show and Tell will feature current The CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health Data Workgroup project leads sharing progress on their work. This will be a great opportunity for the CTSA community to learn about the exciting work underway and provide valuable input and feedback. We hope you’ll join us. Register here.   Adam Wilcox, PhD Developing a maturity model to guide effective data use for open science to accelerate research and translation across CTSAs Chunlei Wu, PhD  Data Indexing Initiative: … Continue reading

ICTR in the News: ‘Best Ideas’ to Come to Baltimore for Fifth Annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference

The following article profiles an event to be hosted by ICTR researchers Vered Stearns, M.D., and Andrew Ewald, Ph.D. A gathering of clinicians, researchers, advocates and patients will share information and shed light on the need for improved focus and funding for metastatic and stage IV breast cancer. The fifth annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference invites participants from around the world to discuss ongoing research, showcase new ideas from young scientists, and bring together advocates who are working with metastatic breast cancer patients. This year, the conference will be hosted by the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and the Johns … Continue reading

Save-the-Date! Educational Workshop at NIH’s OER Regional Seminar

Educational Workshop at NIH’s OER Regional Seminar on October 17, 2018 in San Francisco, CA: https://regionalseminars.od.nih.gov/sanfrancisco2018/

New! OHRP Exploratory Workshop

“Meeting New Challenges in Informed Consent in Clinical Research” Friday, September 7, 2018 The OHRP Exploratory Workshop is a new initiative to provide a forum for intellectual exchange within the research community on issues important for human subject protections. The workshop will bring together experts from diverse perspectives to discuss challenges for informed consent and innovative ways to address them. The meeting will be videocast and free to the public, so mark your calendar for September 7, 2018! A full agenda will be available soon.

Register Now for the NCATS and FDA Gene Therapy Approaches to Rare Diseases Workshop

Gene-based therapy is a promising and cutting-edge approach for the treatment of rare diseases. While these tailored therapies offer hope for patients, there are still many unanswered questions. To help facilitate discussion among academic, government and industry researchers, NCATS and the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research will co-host “The Growing Promise of Gene Therapy Approaches to Rare Diseases” workshop on Aug. 20-21, 2018. The event will take place at the National Institutes of Health main campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The goals of this two-day workshop include: Reviewing the state of current gene therapy approaches; Identifying … Continue reading

Webinar: Cancer Research Today & Tomorrow with Stand Up To Cancer

Please join Stand Up To Cancer for this free educational webinar. A Stand Up To Cancer researcher will discuss the current cancer landscape and the importance of cancer clinical trial research. We will also be joined by a patient advocate who will share her experiences on a Stand Up To Cancer funded clinical trial. We will learn about the new Stand Up To Cancer PSA campaign “Stand Up For Us All,” and enjoy a Q&A where audience members are asked to share their insights on how to increase diversity in clinical trial patient participation. Learn about Stand Up To Cancer … Continue reading

Celebrate Clinical Trials Day, Monday May 21

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals each Clinical Trials Day helps raise clinical trial awareness and honors clinical research professionals by recognizing their contributions to public health and medical progress. Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world each May to recognize the day that James Lind started what is often considered the first randomized clinical trial aboard a ship on May 20, 1747. HERE’S THE STORY* May 1747. The HMS Salisbury of Britain’s Royal Navy fleet patrols the English Channel at a time when scurvy is thought to have killed more British seamen than French and Spanish arms. Aboard … Continue reading

8th Annual Lacks Lecture Spotlights Baltimore Health Disparities

 2017 Video Recording   Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Lisa Cooper’s research focuses on health inequalities in Baltimore, particularly as experienced by the city’s African-Americans. In her keynote address at the eighth Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture on October 7, Cooper illuminated the differences that African-Americans living in impoverished sections of the city experience when it comes to health. Cooper spoke to a nearly full Turner Auditorium on The Johns Hopkins Hospital campus at what has become an annual tradition. The lecture celebrates the life and contributions of Henrietta Lacks, whose proliferating cell samples have provided the foundation for many of the world’s most important biological research studies. … Continue reading