Spectrum is an interdisciplinary center that facilitates health research across the university.
Its core mission is to accelerate the translation of basic scientific discoveries into practical solutions that improve human health, through educational programs, research support, infrastructure streamlining and innovation funding.
Spectrum is a member of the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) consortium, funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (Grant: UL1 TR001085). To help advance the nation’s health-research environment, Spectrum is working with the consortium to foster broad coalitions and partnerships at local and national levels.
Essentials of Clinical Research Course: Thru March '16 >>Register
Learn about study design, statistical analysis, research regulations, bioethics and more in this 11 session series. Led by Steven Goodman, MD, PhD, MHS. Open to faculty, staff and students.
Spectrum Innovation & Research Symposium, Jan. 31 >>Register
Program leaders summarize year-end highlights, awardees present projects in drug discovery, devices, diagnostics, pop. health, community health, and healthcare delivery to encourage sharing and translational research collaborations. Free and open to all, but space is limited!
NCATS SMART IRB Reliance Platform. >>Read NCATS article
A new NIH policy requires all NIH-funded multisite clinical studies to use a single IRB. NCATS is developing a single institutional review board (IRB) reliance platform for multisite clinical studies.
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