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Improving Clinical Research by Empowering Participants

Improving Clinical Research by Empowering Participants

Participant feedback can help organizations improve their clinical trials, but many organizations lack the infrastructure to collect this feedback. The UR CTSI is part of a collaborative project to build such an infrastructure.

New Cohort Discovery Tools Available to UR Researchers Via TriNetX

New Cohort Discovery Tools Available to UR Researchers Via TriNetX

University of Rochester researchers can now access a new set of analytic tools and an expanded network database of over 60 million patients through TriNetX, a cohort discovery tool launched at the university last year.

UR CTSI Broadens Patient Cohort Discovery Capability at UR Through ACT Network

UR CTSI Broadens Patient Cohort Discovery Capability at UR Through ACT Network

University of Rochester researchers can now query de-identified data from 125 million patients across the country to validate the feasibility of their clinical trials and find collaborators for multi-site trials through the ACT Network.

UR CTSI Coordinates Coronavirus Research to Maximize Impact

UR CTSI Coordinates Coronavirus Research to Maximize Impact

When COVID-19 first hit Rochester, a team of clinicians and researchers – led by the UR CTSI - mobilized to bring the most promising clinical trials to URMC. Since then, UR CTSI has been pivotal in helping researchers quickly adapt and refocus to meet the challenge of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Participant recruitment is a major challenge for clinical research, but a recent pilot study showed that the Emergency Department Research Associate Program nearly tripled enrollment in the university’s clinical research registry.

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