Research Studio Program
Research Studio Sessions will be conducted on the following dates during Summer/Fall 2022:
- Tuesday, June 21st (full)
- Tuesday, August 9th (full)
- Tuesday, October 11th
- Tuesday, December 13th
Applications are accepted at anytime and spaces are filled on a rolling basis.
The Studio Program offers
a dynamic and integrative way of increasing and improving the quality of clinical and translational research. A Studio session is a structured and collaborative round-table discussion bringing together relevant research experts to help investigators
with specific questions at a specific stage in the research process.
The Research and Development Studio process is based on models from industry that demonstrate that multidisciplinary content experts can increase research impact.
- The service is free and funded by the CCTSI.
Studio Format is Simple
A 90-minute consultation with a panel of three to five carefully selected experts from varied disciplines.
- Investigator presents brief summary. (10-15 minutes)
- Focused discussion with experts for three or four predetermined questions from the investigator. The conversation is moderated to maintain focus on problem-solving and the development of helpful solutions. (60-70 minutes)
- Moderator and panelists provide summarized comments. (10-15 minutes)
Following the session, the investigator receives a summary report and audio recording from the discussion for the investigator’s ongoing reference.
Categories of Research
- T1 – T2 Protocols: "Bench to Bedside". Translation to humans or patients. Protocols include pathophysiology, mechanisms of disease, clinical feasibility and safety, and efficacy trials.
- T3 – T4 Protocols: "Bedside to Practice and Policy". Translation to practice or population health. Protocols include comparative effectiveness, epidemiology, health services, health behavior and education, implementation science,
patient-centered outcomes, and health policy research.
Studio Consultation Types
We assist investigators with the following pre- and post-award stages:
- Hypothesis Generation. Develop innovative and well-constructed hypothesis and specific aims.
- Study Design. Select and develop appropriate methods and design to address the hypothesis.
- Implementation. Execute and monitor projects to achieve the best standards in laboratory, clinical or community based research.
- Grant Review. Function as an internal study section to make grant applications more competitive and increase chance of funding.
- Analysis and Interpretation. Analyze and interpret study data to develop additional research questions and theories. (Not a full data analysis, but suggestions for type of analysis, interpretation and communication of data.)
- Manuscript Review. Prepare manuscripts for publication including review of focus, logic, data presentation and identification of appropriate journals.
- Translation. Examine research implications for application and/or relevance in communities, practice and policy.
Take your research project to the next level!