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One VCU Clinical Research Team Monthly Meeting

2020 Topics The One VCU Clinical Research Team Meetings have been very well received and will continue for the upcoming year. Over the past several months, a Clinical Research Coordinator Focus Group has been meeting and has provided the following topics of interest as suggestions for the monthly One VCU Clinical Research Teams Meeting held […]

OnCore Training – at your convenience

OnCore training is easier to arrange than you might think.: Send an email to oncore@vcu.edu Complete the online registration form (sent to you): go.vcu.edu/oncorenewuser Introductory/Initial training based upon your availability: in person at our office in the Wright Center, at an appropriate location (with a wall screen), or via Zoom. If there are several people […]

Nov. 15: Team Science – Addressing Scientific Challenges Through Collaboration

Friday, Nov. 15, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences will host Deborah DiazGranados, Ph.D., for a presentation on team science. The event will be in Room 1102, Academic Learning Commons, 1000 Floyd Ave. Team science is a collaborative effort to address a scientific challenge that leverages the strength […]

Nov 5: Translational Research Initiative for Pain and Neuropathy Symposium

The Translational Research Initiative for Pain and Neuropathy presents: TRIPN Symposium (First Annual) Tuesday, November 5, 2019 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM College of Health Professions, 1st floor 900 East Leigh Street, Richmond, VA 23298 Join us for a series of lectures, discussions, and poster presentations on translational research, pain, and neuropathy. Learn more and […]

Oct. 29: FDA Webinar: Collaborative Communities

Date: October 29, 2019 Time: 03:00 PM – 04:30 PM EDT (To ensure you are connected, please dial in 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.) Registration is not necessary. Establishing collaborative communities is one of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health’s (CDRH’s) three strategic priorities for 2018-2020. CDRH envisions collaborative communities as […]

VCU Investigators Talk about the WHY behind Clinical Research

One VCU Clinical Research is partnering with VCU Health Marketing to develop a series of videos that are designed to help patients and families better understand what clinical research is and their role in the clinical research process.  The first in the series was the animated video entitled “What is Clinical Research” (https://www.vcuhealth.org/explore-vcu-health/research-and-clinical-trials/research).  Our next […]

Oct. 21: Seminar – “Discovering how aggression can be a rewarding and potentially addictive behavior”

Please mark your calendar for the next Wright Center Discovery Dialogues seminar, “Discovering how aggression can be a rewarding and potentially addictive behavior”, presented by Dr. David Chester, Assistant Professor, Psychology. Monday, October 21 from noon – 1:00PM in the hospital’s Learning Center (Main Hospital, first floor, across from the cafeteria). Faculty, staff, students, patients, and families […]

Oct. 13: The Evolution of Vulnerability – The Ethics of Equitable Subject Selection (Lecture)

Please join the Central Virginia Chapter of the Society for Clinical Research Associates on: Friday, October 18, 2019 from 1:00pm-2:00pm McGlothlin Medical Education Center (MMEC), 11th Floor Rooms 11-101/102 Guest Speaker:  Quincy Brydsong, EdD, CCRP, CIP, 2019 President Elect SOCRA and Executive Director for Research Administration, WellStar Research Institute, Powder Springs, GA

Research Studies in the VCU Health Portal

Did you know that VCU Health now has information about research studies in the VCU Health Patient Portal? Under the ONE VCU Clinical Research Initiative, the promotion of clinical research opportunities is a priority within VCU Health. Take a look at the snapshots: This is what all VCU Health patients now have on their portal […]

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