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The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) will receive $17.7 million over four years from the National Institutes of Health to translate scientific discoveries into better health and better medicine, and to conduct innovative clinical and translational research.
Regions of the brain that normally work together to process emotion become decoupled in people who experience multiple episodes of depression, neuroscientists report. The findings may help identify which patients will benefit from longterm antidepressant treatment to prevent the recurrence of depressive episodes.
Dr. Molly Martin explains why community involvement is becoming increasingly critical for the successful execution of health research.
Find out how this national research volunteer registry can help you meet the recruitment goals for your clinical study- including those involving survey research.
Clinical Research Center Co-Director, Lauren Castro, provides advice on creating a realistic and comprehensive budget for your clinical trial.
The convergence of science, technology, engineering and medicine, combined with compassion for the underserved, is a recipe for transformative medicine.
KL2 Scholar, Dr. Rachel Jacobs, is tapping into the benefits of translational research to uncover how teenagers who have experienced depression can maintain wellness as they transition into adulthood.
Biomedical researchers often feel pressed to represent continuous or ordinal dependent variables in binary terms. Yet biostatisticians would urge researchers not to tread so quickly down this path.
Dr. Emily Anderson provides advice for those recruiting research subjects including how to develop consent forms and the process of obtaining consent.
CAPriCORN has been approved for a three-year $8 million funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute as part of the second phase of the development of PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network.
Study examines community health workers versus asthma educators