Monday, November 13th- 12 PM- 1 PM, Main Hospital, Learning Center Please join us for the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research’s Discovery Dialogues seminar, “Discovering ways to make cost-effective medicines: A case study with ciprofloxacin”, presented by Dr. Perrer Tosso, Post-doctoral Fellow, Chemical and Life Science Engineering, on Monday, November 13 from noon – 1PM in the hospital’s Learning Center (Main Hospital, first … Continue reading Check out these events!
Check out this month’s NIH-NCATS Website and Newsletter! CTSA Program-Supported Researchers Test Low-Cost Treatment for Deadly Illness Alpha “Berry” Fowler III, M.D. Virginia Commonwealth University. Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) researchers have discovered a low-cost and potentially lifesaving treatment for sepsis, a life-threatening condition in which the body’s immune system produces an extreme response to an infection. Support from NCATS’ Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program helped … Continue reading Congratulations to Dr. Fowler!
Come to the Research Expo and find out how the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research can help you! The sessions are divided into two tracks that will run concurrently. The Wright Center’s Lydia Klinger and Tim Aro will be presenting the following sessions that day. Come and check it out! Session Title: First Look: Wright Center Clinical Research Coordinator Education & Training Program … Continue reading Research Expo 2017
By: Krista Hutchins June 8, 2017 The Wright Center is helping Dr. Fowler continue his research and make national news! Collaboration and Community Core leader, Dr. Alpha “Berry” Fowler, is in the news for his work with Vitamin C and Sepsis. He is making headlines locally and nationally for his continued research and success with the treatment of sepsis using high doses of Vitamin C. … Continue reading Dr. Berry Fowler making headlines for his work with Vitamin C and Sepsis!
NIH and FDA develop and release a clinical trials protocol template. NIH and FDA collaborated with the research community to develop a common Phase 2 and Phase 3 IND/IDE clinical trial protocol template. The goal is to support investigators and speed up FDA review of NIH clinical trials. The document is consistent with International Council for Harmonisation E6 (R2) Good Clinical Practice Guidance. At … Continue reading NIH and FDA release clinical trials protocol template
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 24, 2017 – Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) has joined the TriNetX health research network, which is comprised of healthcare organizations representing over 84 million patients globally, biopharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations (CROs) who are working together to improve protocol design, site selection, patient recruitment, and collaborative research across a range of therapeutic areas and development stages. As a member, VCU will … Continue reading VCU joins the TriNetX Health Research Network
The Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research sponsored the International Clinical Trials Day event on May 19th at the VCU Gateway Building. Visitors, patients, and staff learned about the history of clinical trials, how to navigate StudyFinder-the central point for enrolling in clinical trials, and discovered how research is changing patients lives! “I have seen so many patients being positively impacted by Clinical trials … Continue reading International Clinical Trials Day!
The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research proudly welcomed nine medical students from the Università Campus Bio-Medico in Roma, Italy to VCU for a two and a half week program titled, “A Primer on Clinical and Translational Research.” The program took place from Monday, Sept. 5 to Saturday, Sept. 24, during which time the Italian students attended lectures on clinical … Continue reading Dr. Moeller Discusses Clinical Research with Visiting Italian Medical Students
The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research (VCU Wright CCTR) hosted the second in its five-part Fall Brown Bag Lunch seminar series. Attendees were encouraged to bring their lunch and learn about best practices for clinical trial recruitment in a presentation led by Kimberly Bradley, EMT, CCRP, manager of the coordinator pool for the CCTR’s Clinical Research Services (CRS), and Mary Madu, … Continue reading Mary Madu and Kimberly Bradley Lead Brown Bag Presentation on Clinical Trial Recruitment
The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research (Wright CCTR) and the VCU Institute for Drug and Alcohol Studies are proud to announce that Virginia Commonwealth University is slated to begin recruitment within the coming weeks for the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study, the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the United States. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will follow the … Continue reading VCU Involved in Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study – 10,000 Children to Participate