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Welcome to Stanford Spectrum News, a publication of the Spectrum CTSA: Stanford’s Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education. See below for the most recent articles reflecting the latest Spectrum-related developments.

October 2021 | Issue 2

OCTOBER 2021

Stanford Researchers Design Consultation Service Utilizing Aggregate Patient Data

In an article published this month by the New England Journal of Medicine’s Catalyst: Innovations in Care Delivery, Spectrum researchers and data scientists shared the success of their recently developed consultation service for interpreting data from electronic medical record (EMR) systems and examined how clinicians are using that data at the bedside.

OCTOBER 2021

Stanford KL2 Mentored Career Development Program Hosts Visiting CTSA Scholars

Stanford Scholars Serve as Visiting Scholars at Harvard, John Hopkins, and University of Michigan

For the second year, Stanford’s KL2 Mentored Career Development Program is participating in the virtual CTSA Visiting Scholars Program.

OCTOBER 2021

Spectrum Services Support MDs, Researchers, and Students Across Stanford School of Medicine

Cores and programs provide comprehensive services to support the research enterprise

Spectrum, Stanford’s Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education, provides researchers, scientists, and doctors from the School of Medicine and across the entire University with services that support, sustain, and enhance their work. Organized into 10 interconnected cores, these services are sponsored by the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS).

OCTOBER 2021

Spectrum Leads Clinical Research Unit Initiative

The School of Medicine (SoM) Dean’s office launched the Clinical Research Unit (CRU) initiative in 2019 to enhance review and oversight of clinical research activities. Fifty percent of School of Medicine clinical departments now have at least one CRU, and because of their success, the SoM is moving towards enterprise-wide CRU adoption and implementation.

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