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The Stanford School of Medicine has received a five-year, $53 million grant renewal from the Clinical and Translational Science Award Program. The CTSA Program is overseen by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the National Institutes of Health.
The Office of Community Engagement is the bridge between Stanford researchers and our partners out in the local community and beyond. They work with Stanford researchers to design community-engaged research that is responsive to our partners priorities and aimed at promoting health equity.
The newly launched Stanford Data Science Resources web portal is a central hub from which data scientists can access advanced tools, data platforms, and experts in diverse methodologies for conducting biomedical research. It also provides researchers with an overview of the more than 170 health-related datasets available to Stanford researchers.
Anna Girsen, MD, PhD, came to Stanford from Oulu, a city in northern Finland known for colorful northern lights, an international air guitar competition, and a citizenry that loves to try out new technologies. As one of Europe’s “living labs,” this community earns its keep by debugging all sorts of futuristic innovations — from artificial intelligence to super-fast 6G wireless networking.
- To help researchers prepare for audits and improve research procedures, Stanford’s Clinical Research Quality (CRQ) office currently offers a free service, a mock FDA audit, upon request. For more information on CRQ’s audit services, contact Megan Saeedi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend a free 90-minute faculty data science workshop for in-depth consultations about clinical trials, epidemiological/population health studies, and panomic analysis. See the schedule here.