Career Development Seminar Series: Leadership and Team Building - The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable.

Participants will learn about Patrick Lencioni’s widely distributed team-building model outlined in The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team: A fable.

Tagged: career development , team management

Career Development Seminar Series: Transgender Health

The transgender community faces systemic barriers to health care access, which leads to increased health disparities. Join your colleagues to discuss how to create a more affirming, welcoming environment in research and care.


Community-Engaged Research 101

Approaches and benefits to community-engaged research, including the differences from traditional research and its unique benefits for clinical and translational investigators.

Tagged: community engagement , research methodology

Digital Scholar Webinar: Social Media as a Platform for Health Behavior Change

Social media as a platform for health behavior change: lessons learned from the CAN Quit (Connecting Alaska Native People to Quit Smoking) study

Tagged: scientific communication , social media/internet research , reputation management

Education Resource Center Series: Managing Stress in Research Courses through Intentional Course Design: Resolutions for a New Semester

This 90-minute interactive workshop acknowledges the stress affecting students and instructors--particularly related to research courses--as we begin a new semester and provides effective course design practices that can aid in managing that stress.

Tagged: education

Education Resource Center Series: Trauma-informed Teaching: Using Best Practices in Course Design to Mitigate the Effects of Trauma among Students

Participants will learn about Patrick Lencioni’s widely distributed team-building model outlined in The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team: A fable.

Tagged: career development , academia , education

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research - Session 1

This course introduces the mission and processes of Clinical and Translational Research (CTR). It demonstrates approaches to formulating and writing research questions and hypotheses appropriate to CTR. Online video lectures prepare participants for the course sessions.

Tagged: community engagement , research methodology , study design

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Bias in Clinical/Translational Research; Analyzing Data and Interpreting the Results - Session 4

In the first section, lectures cover potential sources of bias that can occur at all stages of research, and how to mitigate their impact on findings. The second section focuses on analysis of data in biomedical research, its presentation, statistical testing and conclusions. These lectures prepare students for in-class sessions.

Tagged: biostatistics , research methodology

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Clinical Data for Translational Science Research; Bioinformatics and High-Density Data - Session 3

These online video lectures describe the increasingly rich sources of health data, such as electronic health records, available for scientific investigation by clinical and translational researchers, and introduces the methods and issues surrounding their use. The lecturer also reviews bioinformatic tools and information technologies that leverage high-density experimental data, with a focus on analysis of the human genome.

Tagged: informatics , research methodology

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Introduction to Research Ethics - Session 6

This online lecture reviews the history and development of the guidelines and federal regulations addressing ethical considerations associated with clinical and translational research.

Tagged: research ethics , responsible conduct of research

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Statistical Model and Systematic Reviews - Session 5

The first section of this session discusses the process of developing a conceptual and statistical model that can most effectively test a hypothesis. The second section describes the role of systematic reviews of research literature and the statistical meta-analyses designed to collectively assess their findings.

Tagged: biostatistics , literature evaluation and synthesis , research methodology , scientific literature search , study design

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Study Population and Study Design - Session 2

This course outlines basic concepts and terminology in the design of clinical/translational research projects targeting specific populations, and discusses methods to identify useful study populations within large and diverse cities. These online video lectures prepare students for course in-class sessions.

Tagged: research methodology , study design

Overcoming Regulatory Challenges and Building Community Trust for a SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine

Learn more about the FDA and regulatory restrictions related to SARS-CoV-2 vaccines and the challenges in distribution to the general public


Promotora Instructional Video

This video demonstrates promotora training techniques, focusing on lesson 1 of "Su Corazón, Su Vida," and associated research protocol.

Tagged: career development , community engagement

Regulatory Science Series (2013)

Six lecturers provide in-depth reviews of the federal FDA and other regulations and guidelines that govern all aspects of clinical and translational research on new drugs and biomedical devices.

Tagged: device development , drug development , regulatory science , responsible conduct of research

Strategies for Maximizing Participant Recruitment in Clinical Research

Featured in this video: April Armstrong, MD MPH Associate Dean of Clinical Research Professor of Dermatology at Keck School of Medicine of USC Nicki Karimipour, PhD Associate Director of Communications Clinical Research Support at the SC Clinical and Translational Science Institute Katja Reuter, PhD


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