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BERD Approved Success Stories - Open to the Public

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Listing of Approved BERD Success Stories for BERD Watch

Title CTSA Contributor/Contact Link to BERD Watch
BERD Facilitates Unique and Successful Collaboration between the FDA, Industry, and CTSA UC Davis, Vanderbilt Mat Soukup (FDA), Mary Banach, Frank Harrell BERD Facilitates Collaboration among the FDA, Industry and CTSAs
Added Value MUSC Paul Nietert  
CTSAs Collaboration in Underserved Population Georgetown-Howard Nawar Shara  
CTSI Consultation Service Rochester Sally Thurston University of Rochester Biostatisticians Collaborate to Boost Human Health
Cardiovascular Trial-Survey Vanderbilt Daniel Byrne Vanderbilt Advances Comparative Effectiveness Trial
Cardiovascular Trial-Survey Vanderbilt Frank Harrell Vanderbilt Advances Comparative Effectiveness Trial
Cleveland BERD Has Regional and National Impact Case Western Gerald Beck  
Clinical Impact at Parkland UT Southwestern Chul Ahn  
Collaboration Motivated Methodological Research at VICTR Vanderbilt Chang Yu  
Conference on clinical trial recruiting MT Sinai James Godbold  
Core for major projects MGH Dianne Finkelstein  
Ealuating Mastery of Biostatistics for Medical Researchers: Need for a New Assessment Tool Mayo FelicityEnders  
Emergency Room Information Technology Re-Design MT Sinai James Godbold Vanderbilt Advances Comparative Effectiveness Trial
Ethics of Biostatistics in Clinical Translational Research UTHSCSA BradPollock  
Fundamentals of a Good Pilot Study Essentials for CTSA Investigators Mayo, MUSC, UNC, U Pittsburgh Charity Moore, Rickey Carter, Paul Nietert, Paul Stewart  
Impact of CTSA Funded Pilot Studies Georgetown-Howard Nawar Shara  
Impacting Clinical Care Vanderbilt Frank Harrell  
International Study of Comparative Health Effectiveness with Medical and Invasive Approaches Vanderbilt David Maron, Daniel Bryne, Frank Harrell, Terri Scott Vanderbilt Advances Comparative Effectiveness Trial
Major Research Success UT Houston UT Houston Mohammad Hossein Rahbar  
Methodological Grants at UT Southwestern UT Southwestern Chul Ahn  
Neurology Collaboration Einstein Mimi Kim Applying Statistical Research Design to the Emergency Department
Preliminary Report on Cox-2 Haplotype and Colorectal Cancer Differentiation Georgetown-Howard John Kwagyan (email: jkwagyan@howard.edu)  
Principles & Challenges for Ethical Biostatistical Practice in Clinical and Translational Research Harvard Shelley Hurwitz  
Role of Biostatistician in Medical Research Cornell MadhuMazumdar  
Statistical Graphics on CTSpedia UC Davis Mary Banach BERD Facilitates Collaboration among the FDA, Industry and CTSAs
Strategies for Ruling Out Myocardial Infarction Harvard David Schoenfeld Seeking Better Study Results Through Improved Study Designs
Training Programs for Residents Cincinnati Chris Lindsell  
Training for New Investigators Mayo Rickey Carter  
Number of topics: 28

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Listing of BERD Watch Articles from the CTSA Online Newsletter

Date Title-Link Collaborators
March 2010 BERD Tackles Trauma UTHSC-H
April 2010 UPenn Offers Automated Databases, Consulting Services to All CTSA Investigators U Penn
May 2010 CTSpedia Links CTSA Researchers and Resources Rochester, UC Davis, Vanderbilt
June 2010 University of Rochester Biostatisticians Collaborate to Boost Human Health Rochester
July 2010 CTSA Collaboration Develops Tool for Improving Data Sharing Among Researchers and Software Systems UCSF, WISDOM
August 2010 Analysis of Unique Minority Population Database Reveals Important Findings UTHSC-H, UTSPH-B
September 2010 Dual Mentoring Program at UC Davis Builds Bridges Across Disciplines UC Davis
October 2010 Rockefeller University Combines Computer Power to Do More with Less Rockeveller U
November 2010 The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston BERD Collaborates with the U.S. Air Force on Cancer Research UTHSC-H, MDACC, USAF
January 2011 Advanced Planning by UC Davis BERD Contributes to Success of Neurotherapeutics Research Consortium UC Davis NTRI
March 2011 Chicago CTSA BERD Workshop Northwestern, U of Chicago, U of Illinois-Chicago
April 2011 BERD Watching BERD BERD Evaluation Group
May 2011 Collaboration with CTSC Biostatistics and Biomedical Informatics Core Impacts Hospital Guidelines about Patient Care and Sets Stage for National Dialogue Weill Cornell Medical College
June 2011 Cleveland BERD Has Regional and National Impact Cleveland CTSA Sites
July 2011 Seeking Better Study Results Through Improved Study Designs Harvard
August 2011 Applying Statistical Research Design to the Emergency Department Mt.Sinai Medical Center
September 2011 Vanderbilt Advances Comparative Effectiveness Trial Vanderbilt
October 2011 Statisticians Investigate the Link between Gait and Health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine
November 2011 BERD Facilitates Collaboration among the FDA, Industry and CTSAs CTSpedia, FDA, Industry

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Topic revision: r13 - 10 Apr 2012 - 16:01:32 - MaryBanach
 

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