- Research Toolkit AvailableFri, March 11, 2022
- Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources Community-Engaged Research Exploratory (CERE) AwardsThu, June 11, 2020
- OSCTR Pilot Grant Program New CycleThu, June 11, 2020
- NIH Public Access ComplianceTue, April 14, 2020
- Listening Session for AI/AN Inclusion in All of Us ProgramFri, November 22, 2019
- Bone Mass Accrual in First Six Months of Life: Impact of Maternal Diabetes, Infant Adiposity, and Cord Blood Adipokines
- NSAID use and clinical outcomes in COVID-19 patients: a 38-center retrospective cohort study
- Inequalities in Tobacco Retailer Compliance Violations Across the State of Oklahoma, 2015-2019
- Cleaning Products Commonly Used in Oklahoma Family Child Care Homes: Implications for Respiratory Risk and Children's Health
- Home food access and children's heart healthy dietary intake at home and child care
- 47XXY and 47XXX in Scleroderma and Myositis
- Microvascular dysfunction and neurovascular uncoupling are exacerbated in peripheral artery disease, increasing the risk of cognitive decline in older adults
- Vaginal-perianal or vaginal-perineal compared with vaginal-rectal culture-based screening for Group B Streptococci (GBS) colonization during the third trimester of pregnancy: a systematic review and meta-analysis
- Risk and Outcome of Breakthrough COVID-19 Infections in Vaccinated Patients With Cancer: Real-World Evidence From the National COVID Cohort Collaborative
- The OSCTR research toolkit can assist you in finding resources for your research study, including templates for NIH grant sections. https://octsi.ouhsc.edu/PlanYourStudy
Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources Community-Engaged Research Exploratory (CERE) Awards
This program is intended to support community engagement to develop funded research partnerships. Funds can be used for research development activities, including convening partners, working with individuals pursuing related work, and conducting needs assessments in community settings. The funds cannot be used to support actual human-subjects research protocols, which can be funded under other OSCTR pilot research programs and/or external funding.
Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources Clinical and Translational Research Pilot (CTRP) Grants
The NIH public access policy requires scientists to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to PubMed Central immediately upon acceptance for publication. If you do not comply with the policy, it may delay or affect your ability to get funding in the future. They have a series of video tutorials available at their site. Link.
The Southern Plains Tribal Health Board, the Oklahoma delegation from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Tribal Advisory Committee, and the All of Us Research Program are hosting a listening session on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 in Oklahoma City, OK.
The All of Us Research Program, part of NIH, has a simple mission: to speed up health research breakthroughs and help foster an era of precision medicine for all.
What: The goals for this listening session are to:
The OCTSI has new resources to help you complete the NIH Human Subjects Section. This includes brief instructions for every section, links to key external resources, and samples that investigators can download and modify. These resources, created by the OSCTR Science Writing Unit, are available at http://octsi.ouhsc.edu/NIH Overview.
The Oklahoma Clinical and Translational Science Institute (OCTSI) and Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources (OSCTR) is soliciting applications for its Clinical and Translational Research Pilot (CTRP) Grants Program.
Applications are due August 9, 2019
More information can be found at http://osctr.ouhsc.edu/pilots2019
The Oklahoma Clinical and Translational Science Institute (OCTSI) is soliciting applications for opioid-related research pilot grants funded through its Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources (OSCTR) Pilot Grants Program.
Submission Deadline: Monday, July 9 at 5:00 PM CDT
The OSCTR Clinical Research Toolkit site is currently in beta development, but we wanted to make it available to users to help facilitate researchers. We also welcome suggestions from users about features and information you would find helpful on the site. Over the next few months, we will be adding additional information to each category.
The site can be reached through the navigation bar on the top of the page under Research Resources or at http://octsi.ouhsc.edu/ResearchToolKit
OSCTR-OUHSC PROFILES RESEARCH NETWORKING SOFTWARE IS NOW FUNCTIONAL