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Tools of the Trade archive

Tools of the Trade archive

This resource room serves as an archive of the 'Tools of the Trade' sessions that the CCTS Education and Training program has hosted for clinical research teams and personnel. Sessions will continue to be added to this resource room as they become available, so bookmark this page and return at a later date to access more of these very informative, and popular, training/informational sessions.

Tools of the Trade Session     Event Date
Managing Your Research Team and Lab     February 7, 2017
New NIH Rules on Rigor and Reproducibility     June 8, 2016
Rare Disease Research     May 10, 2016
Precision Medicine     February 3, 2016
Advancing Your Career in Biomedical Research     October 23, 2015
Research Participation     May 28, 2015
Conducting Research with Registries     February 24, 2015
Conducting Research with Biorepositories     October 15, 2014

Managing Your Research Team and Lab

Managing Your Research Team and Lab

Date: February 7, 2017

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Managing Your Research Team and Lab," in the Biomedical Research Tower on Tuesday, February 7, 2017, from 9:00am - 3:00pm.

To watch one of the presentations, please click on the corresponding link below in the agenda, or watch all of the presentations on YouTube. | Download the Agenda

Agenda

9:00am: Welcome & Building a Research Team

Rebecca Jackson, MD, Associate Dean for Clinical Translational Research | Watch the video

9:20am: Staffing a Lab - Effective Hiring & Interviewing

Panel: Valerie Wright; Mary Fristad, PhD, ABPP; Patrick Green, MD | Watch the video

10:00am: Time Management

Lisa Borelli, LISW-S | Watch the video

10:55am: Managing Start-Up Budgets

Sheryl Justice, PhD, Nationwide Children's Hospital | Watch the video

12:00pm: Managing Communication & Conflict

Lisa Christian, PhD | Watch the video

12:45pm: Team Member Effectiveness

Lawrence Inks, PhD | Watch the video

1:40pm: Mentoring Your Team

Philip Binkley, MD | Watch the video

2:10pm: Project Management

Kim Toussant, MBOE, MA, CRA | Watch the video

2:50pm: Leadership & Management Style

Cynthia Carnes, PhD and William Martin, MD | Watch the video

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New NIH Rules on Rigor and Reproducibility

New NIH Rules on Rigor and Reproducibility

Date: June 8, 2016

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: New NIH Rules on Rigor and Reproducibility," a program designed to assist the extramural community in addressing rigor and transparency in NIH grant applications and progress reports and provide an informative overview of the recent changes implemented by the NIH in January 2016.

Presented by Chandan K. Sen, PhD, Associate Dean for Research at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Pilot and Collaborative Studies program director for The Ohio State University's Center for Clinical and Translational Science. | Watch the video

Files to download: Presentation slides | List of links to related information

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Rare Disease Research

Rare Disease Research

Date: May 10, 2016

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Rare Disease Research," a program designed to explain how rare disease research presents unique challenges and provide the information, tools and resources available to help investigators successfully overcome these challenges. | CCTS Research Support Services

Topics included:

  • How to design a rare disease research study
  • Recruiting and retaining study participants with rare diseases
  • Connecting and partnering with rare disease community organizations
  • Expert Reviewer Panel on getting grants funded, papers published, and results disseminated in rare disease research

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

9:00am: Conducting Rare Disease Research: Addressing Ethical and Scientific Concerns

Michael Grever, MD, Chair, Department of Internal Medicine | Watch the video

9:25am: Engaging with Rare Disease Communities and Patient Populations

Nancy Kaufmann, Co-Founder, Multiple Myeloma Opportunities for Research and Education (MMORE) | Watch the video

Margie Frazier, PhD, LISW-S, Executive Director, Batten Disease Support & Research Association (BDRSA) | Watch the video

Peter Stanich, MD, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition | Watch the video

Sharon Cross, MSW, Program Director, Patient/Family Centered Care | Watch the video

10:05am: Forming Collaborations, Partnerships, and Research Networks

Spero Cataland, MD, Division of Hematology | Watch the video

Elliott Crouser, MD, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine | Watch the video

Bruce Trapnell, MD, MS, Director, Rare Lung Diseases Clinical Research Consortium | Watch the video

John Kissel, MD, Chair, Department of Neurology | Watch the video

12:05pm: T4 Live: Identifying Challenges and Breaking Down Barriers | Watch the video

Translational Research Presenters: Sarah Moore, DVM Diplomate ACVIM and Shibi Likhite, Nationwide Children's Hospital

T4 Panel:

Cheryl London, DVM, PhD, Director, OSU CCTS Therapeutics T-1 Program

William Malarkey, MD, OSU CCTS Clinical Research Resources Program

Phil Monroe, PhD, DABT, Preclinical Toxicology and Safety Pharmacology

Chris Shilling, MS, Director, Drug and Device Development Services, Nationwide Children's Hospital

1:10pm: Translational Research Exemplar: Clinic to Lab to Clinic

John Byrd, MD, Director, Division of Hematology | Watch the video

1:30pm: Special Issues in Rare Disease Study Design, presentation and panel discussion | Watch the video

Erinn Hade, PhD, Program Leader, Population Studies Unit, Center for Biostatistics

Brad Rovin, MD, Director, Division of Nephrology

Stacy Ardoin, MD, Division of Rheumatology and Immunology

2:00pm: Rare Disease Research Support: How the CCTS Can Help | Watch the video

Michael Para, MD, Division of Infectious Diseases

Rose Hallarn, Director, OSU CCTS Clinical Trials Recruitment Program

Peter Embi, MD, Division of Biomedical Informatics

2:30pm: Expert Panel: Getting Grants Funded, Papers Accepted, and Results Disseminated | Watch the video

Michael Grever, MD, Chair, Department of Internal Medicine

Pam Salsberry, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Dean, Community Outreach and Engagement, College of Public Health

Ray Hershberger, MD, Director, Division of Human Genetics

3:00pm: Close

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Precision Medicine

Precision Medicine

Date: February 3, 2016

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Precision Medicine," a program designed to introduce the concept of precision medicine to OSU faculty, graduate students, and research staff.

Precision medicine is eliminating the division between research and clinical practice. This seminar aims to link precision medicine with clinical and translational science, featuring researchers' stories of how they are incorporating precision medicine concepts into their research projects. | Download the agenda

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

9:00am: Welcome | Watch the video

Rebecca Jackson, MD, Director, OSU Center for Clinical and Translational Science

9:10am: Introduction to Precision Medicine | Watch the video

Ray Hershberger, MD, Director, Division of Human Genetics

9:10am: Complex Systems & Precision Medicine | Watch the video

Wolfgang Sadee, Dr.rer.nat., Chair, Department of Pharmacology

9:50am: Pharmacogenomics | Watch the video

Wolfgang Sadee, Dr.rer.nat.

Danxin Wang, PhD

Elizabeth Barrie, PhD

Susan Vear, MD

10:45am: Genomic Medicine Applications | Watch the video

Sameek Roychowdhury, MD, PhD

Heather Hampel, MS, LGC

Amy Sturm, MS, LGC

Ana Morales, MS, LGC

11:35am: Genomics, Data, and Informatics | Watch the video

Ray Hershberger, MD

Kevin Sweet, MS, LGC

Dan Kinnamon, PhD

12:10pm: The NIH Precision Medicine Initiative & Funding Your Research | Watch the video

Rebecca Jackson, MD

12:30pm: Close

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Advancing Your Career in Biomedical Research

Advancing Your Career in Biomedical Research

Date: October 23, 2015

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Advancing Your Career in Biomedical Research," a program designed to introduce researchers to the resources that are available to plan and implement a successful research project. | CCTS Research Support Services

Topics included:

  • Grant Writing Tips
  • Mock IRB
  • Presenting Scientific Data in Posters and Publications
  • A New Research Funding Opportunity from the CCTS
  • Research Informatics Tools
  • Managing Grants

Learn how to plan and implement a successful research project and meet some of the CCTS staff who can provide support throughout the research process.

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

9:00am: Welcome. Joanna Groden, Director, CCTS Research Education, Vice Dean for Research, OSU College of Medicine

9:10am: Grant Writing Tips. Mark Hall, MD, PI, Center for Clinical & Translational Research, Nationwide Children's Hospital | Watch the video

10:00am: Mock IRB. Mark Merrick, PhD, ATC, member of Biomedical Sciences IRB and Thomas Raasch, OD, PhD, member Biomedical IRB | Watch the video

10:50am: The Role of Statisticians in Research. Amy Lehman, MAS, and Allison Wehr, MS, Center for Biostatistics | Watch the video

11:15am: Presenting Scientific Data in Posters & Publications. Kerri McTigue, Senior Graphic Designer, and Jeff Walline, PhD, Associate Professor, OSU College of Optometry | Watch the video

12:30pm: Panel: Inside NIH Study Sections and Common Mistakes Seen on Applications. | Watch the video

John Christman, MD, Director, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine

Chandan Sen, PhD, Associate Dean for Research, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

Jack Yalowich, PhD, Chair, Division of Pharmacology

1:05pm: A New Research Funding Option from the CCTS. Amy Dworkin, PhD, Manager, CCTS Pilot Programs | Watch the video

1:15pm: Research Informatics Tools: REDCap, RDR, Registries & More. Josh Yoder, Amy Drake, Kim Leonard & Jeremy Harper, Research Informatics Services, Department of Biomedical Informatics, OSU College of Medicine | Watch the video

2:10pm: Managing Grants. Karla Gengler-Nowack, PhD, Grants & Contracts Administration, OSU College of Optometry | Watch the video

3:00pm: Close

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Research Participation

Research Participation

Date: May 28, 2015

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Research Participation,” a program designed to introduce researchers to the resources that are available to plan and implement successful recruitment and retention strategies. | CCTS Recruitment and Retention Services

Topics included:

  • Understanding participant motivation to enroll in studies
  • Tools such as ResearchMatch, StudySearch, Information Warehouse, and IHIS for research
  • How to obtain IRB approval for your recruitment plan
  • Creating an environment of excellent customer service for the research team and study participants
  • Connecting with the university’s marketing and social media opportunities
  • You will meet the staff of the CCTS Research and Recruitment Office and hear hear success stories.

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

1:00pm: Welcome. Rebecca Jackson, MD, Director, Center for Clinical and Translational Science | Watch the video

1:10pm: The Ethical Framework for Research Participation. Michael Para, MD, and Carson Reider, PhD | Watch the video

1:40pm: Participant Recruitment and Retention. Rose Hallarn and Blair Gonsenhauser | Watch the video

2:20pm: Engaging Diverse Communities in Research. Laureen Smith, PhD, RN, and Amanda Kennedy, MSW, MA | Watch the video

3:00pm: Informatics Tools for Research Participant Recruitment. Josh Yoder, MBA, and Jeremy Harper, MS | Watch the video

3:35pm: E-Consent for Research Participation: The NCH Model. Grace Wentzel, CCRP | Watch the video

4:00pm: Panel: Recruiting Diverse Populations | Watch the video

Lauren Southerland, MD, Department of Emergency Medicine

Bradley Daugherty, OD, PhD. College of Optometry

Mary Ellen Wewers, PhD, College of Public Health

Milap Nahata, MS, PharmD, College of Pharmacy

5:00pm: Close

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Conducting Research with Registries

Conducting Research with Registries

Date: February 24, 2015

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Conducting Research with Registries.” Faculty and staff from OSU presented first-hand information about conducting research using registries for people with certain conditions, both individually and as a group, over time to increase our understanding of specific conditions. | CCTS Research Informatics Services

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

8:00am: Welcome. Rebecca Jackson, MD, Director, Center for Clinical and Translational Science

8:15am: Registries for Clinical & Translational Research. Philip Payne, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Biomedical Informatics | Watch the video

8:45am: The Learning Health System & Registries. Peter Embi, MD Peter Embi, MD, Department of Biomedical Informatics | Watch the video

9:45am: Panel: Conducting Research with Registries | Watch the video

Courtney Hebert, MD. Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics

Philip Binkley, MD, MPH. Cardiology Registry. Wilson Professor of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine

Jennifer Bogner, PhD. Traumatic Brain Injury Registry. Associate Professor and Vice chair of Research and Academic Affairs, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, College of Medicine

Patrick Ross, MD, PhD, The DPALS Registry and the RATS Registry. Division Director, Thoracic Surgery, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine

10:30am: Panel: Regulatory and Ethical Issues | Watch the video

Mark Merrick, PhD, Vice Chair, Biomedical IRB, Director of the Athletic Training Division in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Medicine

Jennifer Elliott, HIPAA Privacy Officer, Associate Director-Medical Information Management, College of Medicine

Cheri Pettey, MA, CIP, Quality Improvement Specialist - Privacy Board & Exempt Research, Office of Responsible Research Practices

11:15am: A Novel Registry Approach and Tool for OSU | Watch the video

Joshua Yoder, MBA, Director, Research Informatics Services Core, Department of Biomedical Informatics (in Joshua's absence, his part of the presentation was presented by Peter Embi, MD)

Omkar Lele, MBA, Associate Director, Software Engineering, Department of Biomedical Informatics

12:00pm: Closing

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Conducting Research with Biorepositories

Conducting Research with Biorepositories

Date: October 15, 2014

The CCTS presented “Tools of the Trade: Conducting Research with Biorepositories.” Faculty and staff from OSU and Nationwide Children’s Hospital talked about the Biorepository resources that are available for research. Researchers told their stories, and attendees learned about IRB issues, best practices, costs, and resources to help get started when conducting this type of research. | CCTS Research Informatics Services

Select the presentations you would like to watch below in the agenda or watch them all here.

Agenda

7:45am: Check-in; coffee and refreshments available

8:00am: Welcome. Rebecca Jackson

8:15am: Biorepositories: More than a Tissue Bank. Nilsa Ramirez, MD, Medical Director, Biopathology Center, NCH | Watch the video

9:00am: Biomedical Research and the Animal Tissue Biorepository.Watch the video

9:30am: Tissue + Technology: The Power of Data. Peter Embi, MD, Department of Biomedical Informatics | Watch the video

10:15am: break

10:30am:  Regulatory Issues. Remarks by faculty and staff from biomedical IRBs at OSU and NCH, including Mark Merrick, PhD, and Nancy Single, PhD | Watch the video

11:30am: Break. Lunch service

11:45am: Panel Presentation:  Using Biorepositories in Research. A group of skilled investigators share their experiences. | Watch the video

1:00pm: Break

1:15pm: Accessing OSU and NCH Biorepositories.  All the practical things you need to know to do research with Bio-Repositories | Watch the video

2:15pm: Panel Discussion: Articulating a Vision for Biorepositories at NCH and OSU. Remarks and Questions and Answers from senior leaders. | Watch the video

3:00pm: Closing

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