Calling all food safety and nutrition professionals from industry, academia and government! Join the ITM’s affiliate Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) for their microbiome symposium, where you can hear from leading academic and industry practitioners about the relationship between the microbiota of our foods and that of your gut. This conference will address how your microbiome translates to various health conditions through presentations from experts from FDA, USDA, industry, and academia.
At the core of any Innovation Lab is the combination of a difficult problem, a diverse group of participants, and a facilitated five-day journey through the creative problem-solving process. At Innovation Lab Buffalo, explore solutions to curb opioid abuse with experts, facilitators, and investigators from CTSA partner institutions from across the country. The Lab drives early career grants designed to foster new transdisciplinary, multi-CTSA teams that will pursue innovative translational science addressing the opioid epidemic.
CureAccelerator Live is a philanthropic networking and pitch event presented by the Cures Within Reach Young Professional Board. It raises awareness of and funding for innovative repurposing research projects. Teams of researchers and clinicians present their repurposing clinical trial projects to an audience of patients, patient advocacy groups, pharma, biotech, clinical medicine, academia, philanthropists, investors, and other key repurposing stakeholders in an effort to secure funding. This year, CureAccelerator Live will have a cancer focus.
The Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program’s Trial Innovation Network (TIN) offers support for efficacy to effectiveness (E2E) trials, or trials where a successful efficacy study transitions seamlessly into an effectiveness trial. Studies like these are important because they address safety gaps, streamline the trial process, and offer an opportunity to better understand how a treatment will work in real-world clinical settings.
Learn how to boost your trial design at the two-day E2E Design Lab workshop March 7-8 in Boston, MA, offered by CTSA’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) NEWDIGS program in collaboration with the JHU-Tufts Trial Innovation Center. The interactive event will dive into the process of planning a Phase 2 or Phase 3 E2E multi-center trial to help you improve your research and study design.
Source: Trial Innovation Network