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VA and CTSA Opportunities for Collaborative Clinical and Translational Science: Enhancing Clinical Phenotyping

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Air date: Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 8:00:00 AM
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Category: Conferences
Runtime: 04:31:48
Description: A common goal of translational science is better understanding of disease susceptibilities and mechanisms. Evolving approaches that take advantage of electronic health records, biorepositories and genotyping will create new opportunities for clinical phenotyping.

Meeting presentations will describe resources such as a central institutional review board (IRB), informatics and the clinical research pharmacy that the Veterans Health Administration has put in place to support data-intensive studies.

Opportunities for enhanced collaboration among Department of Veterans Affairs and NIH's Clinical and Translational Awards (CTSA) consortium will be discussed. Topics will include electronic health records, genomic and observational research, central IRBs, comparative effectiveness research and synergies with respect to the training environment these provide.
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NLM Title: VA and CTSA opportunities for collaborative clinical and translational science : enhancing clinical phenotyping : Veterans Health Administration (VA) and Clinical and Translational Research Awards (CTSA) Meeting. [electronic resource]
Author: Veterans Health Administration (VA) and Clinical and Translational Research Awards (CTSA) Meeting
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Abstract: (CIT): A common goal of translational science is better understanding of disease susceptibilities and mechanisms. Evolving approaches that take advantage of electronic health records, biorepositories and genotyping will create new opportunities for clinical phenotyping. Meeting presentations will describe resources such as a central institutional review board (IRB), informatics and the clinical research pharmacy that the Veterans Health Administration has put in place to support data-intensive studies. Opportunities for enhanced collaboration among Department of Veterans Affairs and NIH's Clinical and Translational Awards (CTSA) consortium will be discussed. Topics will include electronic health records, genomic and observational research, central IRBs, comparative effectiveness research and synergies with respect to the training environment these provide.
Subjects: Cooperative Behavior
Genetic Predisposition to Disease
Genetic Research
Phenotype
Translational Medical Research
United States
Publication Types: Congresses
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NLM Classification: W 20.55.T7
NLM ID: 101549179
CIT Live ID: 9558
Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?16168

 

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