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IDeA Program Infrastructure for Clinical andTranslational Research

IDEA-CTR Directory

2018

Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Program

Division for Research Capacity Building (DRCB)

National Institute of General Medical Sciences National Institutes of Health

Table of Contents

IDeA-CTR States and Networks ...............................1

North Dakota/ South Dakota...................................2

Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity Marc D. Basson, M.D., Ph.D.

Delaware ...............................................................3

Delaware ? CTR ACCEL Program Stuart A. Binder-Macleod, P.T., Ph.D.

Louisiana .............................................................. 4

Louisiana Clinical and Translational Science Center John P. Kirwan, Ph.D.

Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont ............................ 6

Northern New England Clinical and Translational Research Network Clifford James Rosen, Ph.D.

Mississippi ............................................................ 8

Mississippi Center for Clinical and Translational Research James Graham Wilson, M.D.

Montana/Alaska .................................................... 9

American Indian - Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Center (AI-AN CTRC) Jovanka M. Voyich Ph.D.

Nebraska ............................................................. 11

Great Plains IDeA-CTR Matthew Rizzo, M.D.

Nevada ................................................................ 13

Mountain West Clinical and Translational ResearchInfrastructure Network (CTR-IN) Parvesh Kumar, M.D.

Oklahoma ............................................................ 15

Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources Judith James, M.D., Ph.D.

Rhode Island ........................................................ 17

RI-Center for Clinical and Translational Science James F. Padbury, M.D.

West Virginia .......................................................19

West Virginia IDeA-CTR Sally L. Hodder M.D.

IDeA-CTR States and Networks

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The IDeA Program Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research (IDeA-CTR), provides support for forging partnerships and collaborations within and across IDeA states, the development of infrastructure and human resources required to conduct clinical and translational research in IDeA-eligible states, enhancing the ability of IDeA institutions and investigators to develop competitive clinical and translational research programs, and fostering and sustaining collaboration and coordination of clinical and translational activities within and across IDeA institutions and organizations

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North Dakota/ South Dakota

U54GM128729 Dakota Cancer Collaborative on

Translational Activity University of North Dakota

Principal Investigator

Marc D. Basson, M.D., Ph.D.

School of Medicine & Health Sciences University of North Dakota 501 North Columbia Road, Stop 9037 Grand Forks, ND 58202 Tel: 248-229-7970 Fax: 517-267-2488 E-mail: marc.basson@med.und.edu

Program Goals The program aims to create a center to support and expand ability to conduct full-spectrum clinical and translational research on various cancers. Establishing the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity (DACCOTA) will allow for the first time to apply basic scientific and epidemiologic work to the clinical arena while training clinician-investigator partners to translate these discoveries.

Partnerships

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North Dakota State University

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University of South Dakota (USD)

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Sanford Health

Research Cores

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Administrative Core

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Professional Development Core

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Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design Core

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Community Engagement and Outreach Core

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Clinical Research Resources and Facilities Core

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Tracking and Evaluation Core

Index Terms cancer, translational research, epidemiology, population health, novel treatments, disease surveillance

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Delaware

U54GM104941 Delaware ? CTR ACCEL Program

University of Delaware

Principal Investigator

Stuart A. Binder-Macleod, P.T., Ph.D.

Department of Physical Therapy University of Delaware STAR Campus, Health Sciences Complex 540 S. College Avenue, 201E Newark, DE 19713 Tel: 302-831-8046 Fax: 302-831-4234 E-mail: sbinder@udel.edu Web:

Program Goals

The Delaware CTR supports a wide range of clinical and translational research interests. The

specific aims of the program are:

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Develop the infrastructure to facilitate the growth and development of clinical and

translational research within Delaware and South Carolina;

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Facilitate the recruitment, training and professional development of clinicians, scientists

and engineers that will synergistically develop outstanding clinical and translational

research programs; and

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Develop model community engagement outreach research programs that promote

health and wellness to a diverse population of Delawareans.

Partnerships

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University of Delaware

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Christiana Care Health System

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Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

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Medical University of South Carolina

Research Cores

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Administrative core

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Clinical and Translational Pilot Grants Program

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Clinical Research Mentoring, Education, and Career Development (MED)

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Clinical research design, epidemiology, and biostatistics core

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Clinical Research Expansion and Support Program

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Community Engagement and Outreach (CEO) Program

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Evaluation core

Index Terms translational research, clinical research, epidemiology, population heterogeneity, biostatistics, biometry, growth and development function, training, community

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Louisiana

U54GM104940 Louisiana Clinical and Translational Science Center

LSU Pennington Biomedical Research Center

Principal Investigator

John P. Kirwan, Ph.D.

Pennington Biomedical Research Center LSU System 6400 Perkins Road Baton Rouge, LA 70808-4142 Tel: 225-763-3142 Fax: 225-763-2976 E-mail: info@ Web:

Program Goals

The LACaTS Center plans to achieve the following specific aims:

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create a collaborative infrastructure for clinical and translational research both within

and across participating institutions;

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increase the critical mass of investigators performing clinical and translational research;

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improve and sustain bi-directional relationships with the communities.

Partnerships

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Pennington Biomedical Research Center, LSU

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Louisiana State University Health Science Center

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Tulane University HSC

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Xavier University of Louisiana

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport

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Research Institution for Children in New Orleans

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LSU Health Care Services Division

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LSU Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton Rouge

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Medical University of South Carolina

Research Resources

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Administrative core

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Clinical and translational pilot grants program

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Clinical research education, mentoring and career development core

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Clinical research design, epidemiology, and biostatistics core

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Clinical research resources

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Community engagement and outreach resource

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Biomedical informatics core

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Ethics and regulatory knowledge resource

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Health literacy core

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Communications core

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