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Learning About the Science of Translation: Identifying Best Practices to Accelerate the Translational Process Through Case Studies

Overview

This Working Group has a primary objective of advancing knowledge in the field of translational science by conducting in-depth investigations and comparisons of successful translational science cases collaboratively, with representatives and researchers from multiple CTSA hubs. The group is focused on cases that have demonstrated positive impacts on human health. The overarching goal is to generate generalizable insights into the translational process by identifying key facilitators and challenges, deciphering how to overcome obstacles, and highlighting impactful outcomes. The aim is to contribute to the development of best practice guidelines and potentially develop a theoretical model for streamlining translational processes. 

Learning About the Science of Translation: Identifying Best Practices to Accelerate the Translational Process Through Case Studies

Overview

This Working Group has a primary objective of advancing knowledge in the field of translational science by conducting in-depth investigations and comparisons of successful translational science cases collaboratively, with representatives and researchers from multiple CTSA hubs. The group is focused on cases that have demonstrated positive impacts on human health. The overarching goal is to generate generalizable insights into the translational process by identifying key facilitators and challenges, deciphering how to overcome obstacles, and highlighting impactful outcomes. The aim is to contribute to the development of best practice guidelines and potentially develop a theoretical model for streamlining translational processes. 

Learning About the Science of Translation: Identifying Best Practices to Accelerate the Translational Process Through Case Studies

Group Goals

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To conduct comparative case studies (cross-case analyses) of translational science cases.
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To publish at least one paper on the findings of this cross-case analysis, including a broad sweep of translational science case studies to learn both common and unique best practices.
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To generate new knowledge about the nature of the translational process by investigating and comparing successful translational science cases that have led to positive impacts on human health.
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To produce generalizable knowledge about the translational process, including critical facilitators and roadblocks and highlighting impacts that could be used to train translational science researchers.
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To develop a theoretical model or a best practice guideline for overcoming translational science roadblocks and speeding the pace of translational science innovation.

Upcoming Meetings

This group meets on the last Thursday of each month. More information regarding meeting times, agendas, and presenters is coming soon!

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Case Studies 07-25-24

Thursday, July 25, 2024

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM GMT-5

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Case Studies 07-25-24

Thursday, July 25, 2024

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM GMT-5

Upcoming Meetings

This group meets on the last Thursday of each month. More information regarding meeting times, agendas, and presenters is coming soon!

Contact Information

For questions or more information about this Working Group, please contact the CCOS coordinator.

 Tonye Fohsta-Lynch
Tonye Fohsta-Lynch

CCOS Meeting Coordinator

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Contact Information

For questions or more information about this Working Group, please contact the CCOS coordinator.

 Tonye Fohsta-Lynch
Tonye Fohsta-Lynch

CCOS Meeting Coordinator

Coordination, Communication, and Operations Support (CCOS) is funded by theNational Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health.

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