The UB CTSI’s Educational Modules videos are designed to increase the knowledge and performance of clinical researchers at UB and its affiliated institutions in order help in the development of a large, diverse, and well-trained workforce of investigators and research teams. These 5- to 15-minute videos offer an overview and/or practical guidance on a wide variety of research-related topics ranging from study development to dissemination of research results.
Topics relevant to the phase in which researchers are preparing their project (e.g., conceptual considerations, feasibility assessment, document development).
What is the NIH Public Access Policy, and how is it applicable to University at Buffalo investigators? Discover how to comply and learn answers to frequently asked questions.
Learn whether your research study requires registration on ClinicalTrials.gov, as well as the consequences of not registering a study on the site.
Topics relevant to the phase in which researchers are preparing to submit their project for approval (or activation) (e.g., application process, submission of study-related documents, review of regulatory and administrative processes).
Explore the procedures you need to follow, how to ask for help, and what needs to be done in order to complete and finalize your clinical trial budget.
Understand the types of review, steps, and typical timelines a new human research study may undergo after it has been determined that IRB review is required.
Topics relevant to conducting a clinical research study (e.g., implementation, trial management, participant and data safety and quality monitoring).
Learn how OnCore, a comprehensive management system, manages the life cycle of a research project and enhances the process of clinical research.
Learn how to register your study and gain a better understanding of how to use ClinicalTrials.gov Protocol Registration and Results System (PRS) in this step-by-step guide.
A variety of useful tools and resources for researchers (e.g., research 101, recruitment resources, dissemination).
Discover the modules in the Click Portal, how they support a study from project development through the approval process, and how to register for training.
*Looking for additional educational resources? Click here to learn more about upcoming CTSI Open Research Office Zoom sessions or to watch past sessions.