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CTSA Program Update - March 9, 2018

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CLIC OPPORTUNITIES BOARD NOW LIVE

The CLIC Opportunities Board, which allows individuals and employers to find and post translational science jobs, internships, sabbaticals and training opportunities, is now live. Members of the translational science community, including but not limited to CTSA Program hub members, are encouraged to post applicable opportunities.

Further details, including instructions for adding an opportunity, can be found here. You can also learn more about the resource here: CLIC launches Opportunities Board in support of translational science workforce development.

Questions?  Contact CLIC

CTSA PROGRAM SUCCESS STORIES – WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

The NCATS communications branch welcomes article submissions from NCATS grantees that may be used in the Center’s monthly e-newsletter and possibly in other ways. Please find forms on the CTSA Program Consortium website here or on CLIC’s website here.

ACCRUAL TO CLINICAL TRIALS (ACT) NETWORK UPDATES

The ACT Network, a real-time platform allowing researchers to explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies across the CTSA consortium, has begun national dissemination across its first 21 sites! In addition to the next group of 13 sites currently staging for connection to ACT, the network also welcomes 13 new sites to the pre-staging process, with onboarding slated to begin later this year. Current geographic distribution of production, staging, and pre-staging CTSA hubs is highlighted here. If you are interested in registering for the ACT monthly newsletter, please sign up here.

REMINDER: COLLABORATION INNOVATION AWARDS – FOCUS ON OPIOID USE DISORDER

This is a reminder that NCATS has expanded the list of high priority translational research opportunities through the Collaborative Innovation Award Program (PAR-18-244), to conduct novel clinical research studies intended to develop and test models of care for Opioid Use Disorders within medical settings including primary care, emergency departments, and neonatal units. See NOT-TR-18-013 for more information. Next due date is July 11, 2018.

Questions?  Contact PJ Brooks