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Translational science seeks to speed up the process of moving research discoveries from the laboratory into healthcare practices. Numerous scientific and organizational roadblocks can act as obstacles along the path of translation and ultimately hinder the speed of progress in medical research. The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) was established by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to transform and accelerate the translational research process, with the intended result of getting treatments to more patients faster. The field of Translational Science aims to bridge these gaps by: Developing new approaches, technologies, resources and models Demonstrating the usefulness of new approaches, technologies, resources and models Disseminating the resulting data, analyses, and methodologies to the broad scientific community Introduction to Translational Science is an introductory course that provides students with a broad understanding of translational science, the types of research that are conducted under the translational science umbrella, and how this research impacts the public at large.The course will compare and contrast current impediments to clinical research with the potential of translational science and will include selected case studies from the University of Rochester....
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Nivel principiante

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Approx. 6 hours to complete

Sugerido: The six lessons will be covered in three weeks and require approximately 2-3 hours per week....
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Translational Science - The Big Picture and T1 - Translation to Humans

The first lesson in Introduction to Translational Science provides an overview of the basic definitions and key concepts related to clinical and translational science and the CTSA program. Students will learn about the different stages of translational research and the roadblocks that impede progress across the spectrum.The second lesson in Introduction to Translational Science provides an introduction to T1 research which is research that translates findings from basic (laboratory) research to humans through developing treatments and interventions. T1 research is often conducted through observational studies, case studies, proof-of-concept studies, phase I clinical trials, and phase II clinical trials...
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8 videos (Total: 59 min), 5 readings, 1 quiz
Video8 videos
The Big Picture - Part I (7:41)7m
The Big Picture - Part II (9:22)9m
The Big Picture - Part III (5:20)5m
The Big Picture - Part IV (7:00)6m
T1 - Translation to Humans - Introduction (10:48)10m
T1 - Translation to Humans Part I (6:59)6m
T1 - Translation to Humans Part II (8:37)8m
Reading5 lecturas
NCATS Fact Sheet10m
The Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Consortium and the Translational Research Model15m
Transforming Translation: Impact of Clinical and Translational Science15m
Translational biomarker discovery in clinical metabolomics: an introductory tutorial45m
The hematopoietic stem cell niche in homeostasis and disease15m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 1 Quiz40m
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3 horas para completar

T2 - Translation to Patients and T3 - Translation to Practice

The third lesson in Introduction to Translational Science provides an introduction to T2 research, which is research that translates findings from T1 research (humans) to patients. T2 research is often conducted through Phase III clinical trials, observational studies, evidence synthesis, and clinical guidelines development. The fourth lesson in Introduction to Translational Science provides an introduction to T3 research, which is research that translates findings from T2 research (patients) to actual clinical practices. T3 research is often conducted through Phase IV clinical trials, health services research, and clinical outcomes research....
Reading
9 videos (Total: 73 min), 6 readings, 1 quiz
Video9 videos
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part I (7:34)7m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part II (6:50)6m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part III (6:50)6m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part IV (9:55)9m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Introduction (8:36)8m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part 1 (6:18)6m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part II (8:22)8m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part III (9:26)9m
Reading6 lecturas
Using Electronically Available Inpatient Hospital Data for Research15m
The mPower study, Parkinson disease mobile data collected using ResearchKit15m
Moving from the Laboratory Bench to Patients’ Bedside: Considerations for Effective Therapy with Stem Cells15m
Partnering to Reduce Environmental Hazards Through a Community-Based “Healthy Home Museum”:Education for Action15m
Health Services Research: An Evolving Definition of the Field10m
White Paper on CTSA Consortium Role in Facilitating Comparative Effectiveness Research15m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 2 Quiz40m
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4 horas para completar

T4 - Translation to Communities and Participating in Clinical and Translational Research

The fifth lesson of Introduction to Translational Science provides an introduction to T4 research, which is research that translates findings from practices (T3 research) to communities, both domestic and globally. T4 research is often conducted through prevention and outcome studies, mass screening studies, and health policy studies.The sixth lesson of Introduction to Translational Science provides an overview of how interested individuals can participate in clinical and translational research; as an independent research, as a clinical research professional, and as a study volunteer. The final segment of the module demonstrates what a typical study volunteer will encounter if they are selected to participate in a clinical trial....
Reading
10 videos (Total: 74 min), 8 readings, 1 quiz
Video10 videos
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part I (9:15)9m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part II (10:09)10m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part III (7:43)7m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part IV (6:58)6m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part V (9:04)9m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Introduction (4:12)4m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part I (5:26)5m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part II (3:51)3m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part III (8:13)8m
Reading8 lecturas
Clinical and Translational Science: From Bench-Bedside to Global Village10m
Engaging the Community in the Dissemination, Implementation, and Improvement of Health-Related Research10m
Theoretical Model of Critical issues in Informed Consent in HIV Vaccine Trials15m
Chronic Diseases: The Emerging Pandemic5m
Recommendations for Planning Pilot Studies in Clinical and Translational Research10m
Strengthening the Career Development of Clinical Translational Scientist Trainees: A Consensus Statement of the Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA) Research Education and Career Development Committees10m
Defining Translational Research: Implications for Training15m
Assessing Research Participants’ Perceptions of their Clinical Research Experiences15m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 3 Quiz40m

Instructor

Martin S. Zand, MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine – Nephrology
School of Medicine

Acerca de University of Rochester

The University of Rochester is one of the nation's leading private universities. Located in Rochester, N.Y., the University provides exceptional opportunities for interdisciplinary study and close collaboration with faculty through its unique cluster-based curriculum. Its College, School of Arts and Sciences, and Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are complemented by its Eastman School of Music, Simon School of Business, Warner School of Education, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, School of Medicine and Dentistry, School of Nursing, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, and the Memorial Art Gallery....

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