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  • CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - January 16, 2018 ICTS Symposium and Poster Session: Advancing Precision Medicine through Translational Genomics
    The Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) is soliciting posters relevant to broad themes in precision medicine.  MORE »
  • Washington University School of Medicine's 12th Annual Research Training Symposium and Poster Session was a success with over 200 attendees, five oral presentations and 113 posters from 23 programs. MORE »
  • Success Story - Nancy Tye-Murray (Otolaryngology) used CTRFP funding an ICTS-supported LEAP Challenge grant in 2015 to identify markets and plug into the StL entrepreneurial community to launch the clEAR start-up. MORE »

Spotlight

TRAC announces the Research Design and Methodologist Database program supporting BERD activities across the ICTS. Complete the Methodologist REDCap Survey which will be used to develop a website listing research design and analysis methodologists who are available to consult and to collaborate with investigators.  Email Phil Miller for additional information.

Research Electronic Data Capture system (REDCap) now supports PROMIS (Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System)
REDCap, supported through BioStatistics and RDBG, can now be used to collect self-reported electronic patient-reported outcomes data via PROMIS questionnaires. PROMIS funded by the NIH, aims to provide clinicians and researchers access to efficient, precise, valid, and responsive adult and child reported measures of health. 

New on-line training opportunities through SAS University Edition announced by RDBG.  Free modules include over 180 tutorials and two e-courses, through the website for SAS University Edition.