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Raising research awareness at the 2023 Minnesota State Fair

From food on a stick to showcasing the state’s agriculture, the Great Minnesota Get-Together is many things. For the University of Minnesota, it’s an opportunity to get fairgoers involved in some of the amazing studies being undertaken by…
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CTSI awarded funding for Clinical Research 360 project

CTSI was recently awarded funding from the 2023 Research Infrastructure Investment Program. Funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR), the program awards matched funding to projects that support transdisciplinary…
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Research Ethics module now available to UMN researchers as part of Research Ethics Week

A new online course on research ethics is being released in March 2022 through the University’s Training Hub, as part of CTSI’s participation in Research Ethics Week. The Research Ethics module is designed to help research professionals…
Developing, Submitting, and Using REDCap e-Consent Surveys - A Guidebook

How to use REDCap for electronic consent

UMN researchers have a new resource for getting study participant’s consent via REDCap, thanks to a new guide from CTSI and the Human Research Protection Program at the University of Minnesota. 
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Guide to 21 CFR part 11 systems at UMN

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. 
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Part 11 compliant electronic data capture tool now available

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. 
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Clinical Research Project Status Tool now available

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. 
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National dental data repository now available to UMN researchers

University of Minnesota researchers can now access the oral health records of more than 4.3 million consenting patients, thanks to a new data repository. 
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Electronic regulatory binder tool now available to UMN researchers

Florence eBinders is now available at the University of Minnesota, enabling health sciences study teams to replace paper forms and physical study binders with a digital option. The electronic regulatory binder tool gives PIs and study…

Now available: COVID-19 patient data for retrospective and observational research

University of Minnesota researchers can now access high-quality COVID-19 patient data for their research, thanks to a new registry from CTSI. Patients includedThe COVID-19 Registry houses the electronic medical records of COVID-19…