Finding creative solutions is a core value of the Clinical Research Support Center (CRSC). Over the course of the pandemic, we discovered new ways to serve the University of Minnesota research community and adopted a virtual approach.
Which electronic data system is right for your study? The decision of whether to use REDCap, OnCore, or Advarra EDC—the three systems available at the University of Minnesota—will depend on the unique needs of the research.
Health sciences studies requiring 21 CFR Part 11 compliance have a new option for capturing study data, with the availability of Advarra electronic data capture (EDC) at the University of Minnesota and M Health Fairview.
Community and University research teams have a new resource, The Community-Centered Dissemination (CCD) Toolkit, to use when creating communication plans for their research results. Research teams can follow the guided steps in the CCD…
With funding from CTSI, University of Minnesota researchers worked with local Indigenous community partners to develop evidence-based and culturally appropriate COVID-19 resources, creating three distinct fact sheets on staying healthy and…
Chao Yang has joined CTSI to serve as Assistant Director of its community-engagement function, Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH). In this role, she’ll develop, lead, and sustain community-engaged…
CTSI’s Research Education, Training, and Career Development Core (CTSI-Ed) is pleased to welcome two Scholars to the KL2 Scholars Career Development Program
University of Minnesota researchers have a new tool for quickly and easily understanding their study’s status with the debut of the Clinical Research Project Status Tool.
CTSI welcomes 18 undergraduate and professional health science students to the 2021 summer research training programs.
Jenny Pham, PhD, has joined CTSI as program director of Biorepository and Laboratory Services (BLS), an integrated biospecimen program that serves the University of Minnesota research community.