Join the University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute for a one-day virtual workshop on remote trials.
Date: November 9, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Format: Entirely virtual
Cost: $0 (Free!)
Registration is closed.
The biennial Creative Scientist Workshops (CSWs) are not standard conferences. The facilitated workshop format employs a creative problem-solving approach now being used by NSF, NIH and NCATS to catalyze scientific innovation. The workshop will include a series of keynote presentations (and Q&A) in the morning followed by small-group, interactive sessions in which content from earlier in the day will be applied to designing and reimagining example trials.
The keynotes and Q&A sessions are open to all registrants. However, because the afternoon sessions will be highly interactive, only a limited number attend the afternoon sessions. Registration materials will be reviewed by the CSW Planning Committee in late October to select participants for the small-group interactive sessions (based on responses to questions in the registration form and availability to participate in the entire workshop). We particularly encourage registration by active researchers/scholars/administrators affiliated with CTSA institutions and collaborating partners, representatives of funding agencies, and industry experts.
All workshop participants will:
Participants in the afternoon sessions will:
There is no cost associated with this workshop. To register, please complete this form.
Remote Clinical Trials: Theory Meets Real World
Daniel Ford, MD, MPH
Director, Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
David M Levine Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
The Future of Clinical Trials: How Will New Technologies Affect the Lives of Participants?
Co-Founder and CEO
A Translational Science Perspective on Remote Trial Methods
Larry Hawk, PhD
Director, UB CTSI Creative Scientist Workshops
20th Century Club Professor, Department of Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences, University at Buffalo
How Do I Know That My Participant Is Who They Say They Are? Identifying and Preventing Fraud in Remote Trials
Jennifer Dahne, PhD
Co-Director, 2021 Creative Scientist Workshop
Co-Director, MUSC Remote and Virtual Clinical Trials
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Overcoming the Hope-Evidence Gaps in Behavioral Health Research
Eric Hekler, PhD
Director, Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health
University of California San Diego
Inclusive Participation in Remote Trials
Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, MD
Director, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
National Institutes of Health
|Time||Title and Presenter | Link to Slides|
|10:00 AM EST|| |
Timothy F. Murphy, MD
SUNY Distinguished Professor
|10:10 AM EST||Keynote Address 1 - Daniel Ford, MD, MPH | Slides|
|10:30 AM EST||Keynote Address 2 - Andy Coravos | Slides|
|10:50 AM EST||Keynote Address 3 - Larry Hawk, PhD | Slides|
|11:10 AM EST||Q&A|
|11:25 AM EST||Break|
|11:40 AM EST||Keynote 4 - Jennifer Dahne, PhD | Slides|
|12:00 PM EST||Keynote 5 - Eric Hekler, PhD | Slides|
|12:30 PM EST||Keynote 6 - Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, MD | Slides|
|1:00 PM EST||Q&A|
|1:15 PM EST||Lunch|
|1:45 PM EST||Small-Group Trial Design - Setup|
|1:55 PM EST||Small-Group Trial Design - Session 1|
|2:40 PM EST||Shared Learnings with Colleagues|
|3:10 PM EST||Break|
|3:30 PM EST||Small-Group Trial Design - Session 2|
|4:15 PM EST||Shared Learnings with Colleagues|
|4:45 PM EST||Feedback Survey|
|4:55 PM EST||Wrap Up|
|5:00 PM EST||Adjourn|
Have questions? Contact CTSI Senior Research Administrator Erin O'Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research reported in this program was supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under award number UL1TR001412 to the University at Buffalo and award number UL1TR001450 to the Medical University of South Carolina. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.