Introduction to Clinical Translational Research

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					TEMPLE UNIVERSITY A Commonwealth University

School of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research
Saturday; January 23, 2010 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Medical Education & Research Building (MERB), Room 219 Program: An overview with practical guidelines for starting and conducting a clinical research study. Open for all Temple University Fellows, Residents and Faculty.
*Sign-in with Coffee & Doughnuts begins at 7:30 am*

8:00 am

Introduction Getting Started in Clinical Research
Choosing a Mentor, Expectations of Trainees, Generating a Research Idea

Henry Parkman, MD Anuradha Paranjape, MD Deborah Nelson, PhD Gary Foster, PhD Philip Cohen, MD & Kevin Williams, MD

8:30 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 10:00 am 10:15 am 10:45 am 11:15 am 11:45 am 12 pm – 1 pm

Types of Study Designs for Clinical Research Multidisciplinary Approach of Clinical Research The Clinical Investigator in a Basic Science Laboratory

Interacting with the Biostatistician
Before, During & After the Study

John Gaughan, PhD Frank Friedenberg, MD Joel Richter, MD

Writing up the Research
Abstracts & Manuscripts

Careers in Clinical & Translational Research
DOM Grant, Society Grants, NIH K23 Lunch Box Lunches will be provided

Breakout Sessions:
Current Research, Resources & Possible Future Projects
Choose 1 to attend - MERB 317 & 319


Clinical Research Theme/Topic Computer Programs for Clinical Research Projects in Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Pulmonary Projects in Obesity Projects in Minority and Women’s Health HIV and other Infectious Diseases Inflammation and Autoimmunity Thrombosis, Hemostasis and Malignancy

Friedenberg. Bove Santamore, Williams, Chatila, Criner, Rogers Foster, Dempsey, Herring Paranjape, De La Cadena, Gentile Tedaldi, van den Berg-Wolf, Samuel, Axelrod, Bettiker Cohen, Kelsen, Monestier Rao, Bromberg, Essex

Session Leaders

Register with Cecilia Dobi at and indicate your breakout session.