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The 2014 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Grantees' Conference is designed to bring together scientists conducting transdisciplinary biomedical, clinical, population, and health policy research; members of the global community; health care providers; government officials; and private industry to focus on the collective efforts to improve minority health, promote health equity, and eliminate health disparities.

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The CCTS provides critical assistance to investigators in the effort to improve human health

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BMIC Research Requests

Effective August 1, 2014 the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) Biomedical Informatics Core (BMIC) will support all requests for research data from the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). This new service will be titled "Knowledge Generation Service." Operational data requests will continue to be supported by the EDW IT team. Types of data available through the EDW include diagnoses and procedure codes, medications, lab values, and unstructured data such as clinical notes. To utilize the Knowledge Generation Service, (1) Fill out a request for CCTS resources and check the Biomedical Informatics Core box: http://j.mp/12qLVPz (2) You will be contacted within 2 business days regarding your request (3) A BMIC data analyst will work closely with the PI to refine the data question, establish the data query, and begin the data retrieval process. (4) If IRB approval is needed, the data analyst will assist in that process. This transition is the first stage of a larger program to integrate research data requests across University data sources and with our CCTS partners.


NEW! CCTS Grant Peer Review Program

The Utah Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) is pleased to announce a new service to provide pre-submission peer review for grant proposals. Three review cycles will be offered each year coinciding with the NIH schedule for grant submissions (Oct/Feb/June). NIH review criteria will be used to score each submission. Grants will be assigned at least one reviewer (potentially two). Formal reviews will be returned to the investigator on the first day of the month following the submission deadline for peer review. For more information regarding the submission process Click Here.

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The University of Utah Center for Clinical and Translational Science serves as an academic home for clinical and translational research, developing innovative health services for the community and researchers, and training a new generation of clinical and translational investigators.


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The Center is composed of eight service cores:
 
Biomedical Informatics     Clinical Services
 
Community Outreach & Collaboration     Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Methods
 
Recruitment, Retention & Safety     Research Education, Training & Career Development
 
Study Design & Biostatistics     Translational Technologies & Resources


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