Stories: Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute is now offering ResearchMatch, a free tool to help researchers with study volunteer recruitment. ResearchMatch is a national online registry that connects studies with more than 127,000 willing participants. ResearchMatch was developed by institutions affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Consortium and is maintained at […]
Through support of Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute's executive committee and the College of Medicine Office of the Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, data use agreements are now not needed in certain circumstances when private health information is transferred from Hershey to University Park.
Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute's KL2 scholars program invests in early-career faculty by giving researchers establishing themselves in their fields dedicated time to help their findings benefit human health more quickly while becoming successful, independent translational scientists.
The Community-Engaged Research Core Faculty Fellowship Program, offered by Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute, is a yearlong opportunity that matches a researcher with a mentor. Gina Brelsford, PhD, is using the program to improve her study the role of religion and spirituality in coping by parents of children in the NICU.
Letters of intent are now being accepted for Bridges to Translation IV. Through the program, Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute will award up to $300,000 in funding to Penn State faculty for projects that help overcome roadblocks that move research findings in the laboratory to practical knowledge applied to patients in an exam room.