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The mission of the Chicago Biomedical Consortium is to stimulate collaboration among scientists at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Illinois at Chicago that will transform research at the frontiers of biomedicine.
ResearchMatch has a simple goal – to bring together two groups of people who are looking for one another: (1) people who are trying to find research studies, and (2) researchers who are looking for people to participate in their studies.
The Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute has kindly shared their Ethical Dilemmas in Scientific Research and Professional Integrity website, video, and podcast with each CTSA.
This web page presents 40+ case scenarios involving responsible conduct in research. Each case is followed by a brief, expert opinion that suggests strategies for resolution. These resources have proven useful as teaching aids and are broadly relevant across the research spectrum. Please help us spread the word!
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide information on human participant protection in clinical investigations involving human subjects and the use of drugs, biologics or devices.
Investigators often request language to describe the CCTS and/or a specific service or resource for inclusion in a grant application. The CCTS Overview and Service Core Description provides the necessary information for most applications.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. Investigators can learn more about national clinical studies, including relevant history, policies, and laws.
FDA regulations and guidance documents are accessible from this site as well as international GCP guidance documents on which FDA has collaborated and that have been adopted as official FDA guidance.
The Biositemaps Working Group of the NIH Roadmap National Centers of Biomedical Computing (NCBC) has developed technologies to address (i) locating, (ii) querying, (iii) composing or combining, and (iv) mining biomedical resources.
This program is designed for highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in exploring potential careers in the health sciences, and is focused on familiarizing them with biomedical research and practice opportunities.