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1 South Carolina Translational Research (SCTR) Center

2 SCTR Programs

3 SUCCESS Center Intake or Online Request Form The “Front Door” for Research Support  Research Navigation Consults  Regulatory Consults & Training  Recruitment Consultations  Grant Submission/Report Consultations  Budget Development Consultations  Research Coordinator / Nurse Core  Research Opportunity Core

4  Research Navigator: Content area experts providing information and consultation to researchers & staff in navigating through the research process and implementing studies. Clinical Research Management.  Recruitment Core: Participant recruitment strategies, budgets, materials, and partnerships.  Grants Navigator: Grant assistance & budget development  Regulatory Core: State-wide eIRB project management, hands on training & consultation for regulatory submissions and document templates (IRB submissions, IC & HIPAA authoring, IND consults).  REDCap Consults and Training: Research electronic research data capture, databases, and surveys using the REDCap system.  Research Opportunity Core: Corporate Funding Opportunities  Research Coordinator Core: Trained coordinators hourly rate SUCCESS Center Consultations

5 New SCTR Services  Research Opportunity Core: Identification of research opportunities, matching opportunities with Investigator’s interest and capacity, maintaining Investigator database, supporting site selection process including guidance, assistance, and support for feasibility assessment, site visits, agreements and budget development.  Research Coordinator Core: (Fee for Service) Experienced Research coordinators and Nurse Coordinators available to provide research coordination, project management, grants administration, data management, regulatory management, and recruitment. Coordinator time can be contracted on an hourly basis for coordination and protocol specific activities and procedures.

6 Clinical & Translational Research Center DEXA Total Body Infant Total Body BodPod PFTS DEXA Total Body Infant Total Body BodPod PFTS

7 Pilot Project Program http//sctr.musc.edu  $500,000 SCTR Pilot Project funding awarded annually  USC has $200,000 funding committed to Pilot Projects that include USC Investigators  More than $3.5 million pilot funds has been awarded (including matching fund contribution of $360k from PI’s Dept./Division/Centers in 2012)

8 SCTR Voucher Program Facts  Funding opportunity open to MUSC Principal Investigators  SCTR commits $100,000 annually to voucher funding  Vouchers up to $1,000 are available for services and supplies for research projects  such as Medical University Hospital (MUH) Laboratory and Radiology, Core Facilities, outside labs and research vendors, research supplies, protocol specific lab supplies, software and medications.  Only 1 voucher is allowed per protocol annually  A PI is limited to 1 voucher per year  To apply for a voucher, enter a request through the Request Services button at

9 Biomedical Informatics Office of Biomedical InformaticsOffice of Biomedical Informatics — provides investigators with ready access to a variety of software tools, databases, and support systems that will greatly facilitate the performance of clinical and translational research. By engaging researchers in the design and development of new tools and research development processes, Biomedical Informatics has substantially increased the innovative use of these systems for translational research. Service available include: REDCap Consultations REDCap Database Development $ REDCap Review $ Bioinformatics Consultation Biomedical Informatics Consultation Legacy Systems Support $ MUSC Research Data Request (CDW) Office of Biomedical InformaticsOffice of Biomedical Informatics — provides investigators to a variety of software tools, databases, and support systems that will greatly facilitate the performance of clinical and translational research. By engaging researchers in the design and development of new tools and research development processes, Biomedical Informatics has substantially increased the innovative use of these systems for translational research. Service available include:  REDCap Database Development  REDCap Review  Bioinformatics Consultation  Biomedical Informatics Consultation  Legacy Systems Support  MUSC Research Data Request (CDW)

10 Biostatics  Provide methodological expertise to translational researchers at MUSC (&USC).  Stimulate methodological development in the areas of study design and biostatistics.  Examples of requests: Sample size / power estimation Analyses of preliminary data for a grant Developing analysis plans Assistance with manuscript preparation Grant review Survey design 1 on 1 didactic teaching

11 Novel Methods Mobile Technology Consults (Dr. Frank Treiber) Comparative Effectiveness Research Consults (Dr. Patrick Mauldin) Tele Health Research Consults (Dr. Robert Adams) Rehabilitative Science Consults (Dr. Steve Kautz)

12 Translational Technologies Commercialization, Patents, Intellectual Property Technology Officer (Dr. Jesse Goodwin) – Liaison for Investigators with FRD Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurialship (Dr. Tom Finnegan) Biotechnology Interest Group

13 TEACH SCTR Institute –Training, Education, and Career Home  Core Clinical Research Training (CCRT)  Month Rotation in the Clinical Translational Research Center (CTRC)  TL1: Pre-doctoral Training (SPTCR)  KL2: Postdoctoral Training  Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR)  Society of Clinical Research and Translational Early Scientists (SOCRATES)  Mentoring: Academy of Mentors  Seminars, Workshops, Short Courses, Mentored Rotation

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15 MUSC Clinical Data Warehouse for Research (CDW)  The MUSC CDW is a single, secure, integrated database extracted from the MUSC OACIS Clinical Data Repository, which includes patient demographics, ICD-coded diagnoses, ICD-coded procedures, medications, and laboratory test results.  WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE CDW FOR RESEARCH? The CDW will provide clear pathways for data requests with full regulatory compliance and accelerate our translational research programs that will lead to new diagnostic tools and therapies for a range of diseases

16  A secure, web-based application designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies  Intuitive interface for data entry (with data validation)  Includes audit trails for tracking data manipulation  Automated export procedures for seamless data downloads to common statistical packages (SPSS, SAS, Stata, R)  Other features include branching logic, calculated fields data de-identification, and survey capabilities  For more information:

17 SPARC Web-Based Research Management (Services, Pricing, Applications & Request Center) Request Services Track Services Budget Development Invoice Sponsor

18 SUCCESS Center Questions?


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