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Great Lakes Health clinical institutions are adopting a single patient record using a common EHR – Cerner – over the next five years, which will advance data-driven clinical trials recruitment and clinical research. A September 27 workshop, hosted by UB’s Institute for Healthcare Informatics and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, brought together investigators, practitioners, medical faculty and students, and informatics scholars from UB, Kaleida Health System and Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) to learn about the new EHR and associated systems and modules for clinical research and observational research informatics.
Erin Bailey, MSM, chief financial officer, Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) was recently presented with the Distinguished Service Award by National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) at its Region II annual meeting.
Eight-year-old Domenic Moran looked skeptical when Natalie Lamb said she was going to use rubbing alcohol to produce visible strawberry DNA.
“Tricks, Treats and Science Discoveries: Free Family Fun and Learning Fair” is returning to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC) on Saturday, October 27, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.  
Customized training program will help researchers better predict functional decline, sleep, burden on caregivers 
Since 2015, when the National Institutes of Health awarded UB the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA), clinical trial research has significantly expanded. That expansion has brought with it a stronger emphasis on using new approaches, both high-tech and low-tech, to bring cutting-edge health care to more Western New Yorkers.
A comprehensive, university-wide effort to boost clinical research at UB is paying off. Since 2015, the university has increased by more than 30 percent the funding it receives to conduct clinical trials supported by both the federal government and private industry.