Clinical & Translational Research Core Services
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The BDP is a resource for biostatistics collaboration and support for all types of biomedical research. The BDP can provide pre-award support (study design, protocol development, sample size and statistical analysis planning), as well as post-award support (data management, data analysis, manuscript preparation, etc).
The CTRC is a central resource for inpatient and outpatient clinical research, with facilities, expert research staff and study conduct/coordination. The CTRC can conduct research studies in its facilities, at other facilities on the OHSU campus, and off-site. The CTRC also includes a bionutrition unit, with expertise in the design and conduct of nutrition studies, and equipment for the measurement of body composition and energy expenditure.
The OCTRI Core Laboratory is specifically designed and equipped to perform both basic and specialized research assays and sample processing in support of translational research studies and trials. Laboratory staff have extensive experience in the performance of a wide variety of analytical and genetic based assays and procedures.
ISIS provides expertise in preaward and regulatory services, including study budgeting, IRB preparation and submission, IND/IDE applications, and Data & Safety Monitoring Plan (DSMP)/Data & Safety Monitoring Board development and support. ISIS Navigators are available for triage and advice concerning OCTRI resources for clinical and translational research. The OHSU Clinical Trials Office, a unit within ISIS, provides study start-up services and negotiation of contracts for OHSU industry-sponsored clinical trials.
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The Clinical Trials Office, a unit within ISIS, provides study start-up services, including budget negotiation and IRB submissions, and negotiation of contracts for OHSU industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) provides computing infrastructure and expertise in the collection and management of clinical and translational research data. The CRI program provides access to Epic data through the Research Data Warehouse (RDW), and works closely with investigators and the Clinical Informatics Department to develop research data collection strategies in Epic. Our expert team of software engineers, analysts, and database architects provide pre and post award consultation, custom database software development, and REDCap data collection and management.
Translational Bioinformatics is a core that works in a collaborative model to develop new bioinformatics biostatistical methods in genetics, proteomics and systems biology. It also provides consultation and bioinformatics expertise necessary for the conduct and analysis of “omics” experiments.
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