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    Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Presentation Transcript

    • NCRR Strategic Plan 2009–2013 Translating Research from Basic Discovery to Improved Patient Care
    • About NCRR Together, NCRR’s four integrated and complementary areas accelerate and enhance research along the entire continuum of biomedical science.
    • Funding Comparison: Center vs. Research Project Grants NCRR’s budget supports center grants that underwrite research infrastructure at academic medical centers and universities.
    • NCRR Supports the Continuum of Biomedical Research
    • Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Strategy 1 Support efforts that will encourage increased quality and efficiency in the conduct of basic, clinical, and translational research.
    • Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Strategy 2 Build research capacity in IDeA states.
    • Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Strategy 3 Broadly and effectively engage communities in clinical and translational research.
    • Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Strategy 4 Engage RCMI and IDeA communities as equal partners within, across, and beyond programs and institutions.
    • Building Capacity to Translate Biomedical Research into Practice Strategy 5 Demonstrate return on investment in basic, clinical, and translational science.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 1 Expand and ensure the development of and access to animal models.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 2 Create a “knowledge environment” to allow researchers to find out what disease model resources exist and their utility for the study of various diseases.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 3 Further integrate biological material resources with clinical and translational research.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 4 Increase the number of qualified research veterinarians and ensure that veterinarians are recognized partners on translational research teams.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 5 Ensure an ongoing adequate infrastructure (facilities, animals, and workers) for animal research.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 6 Continue enhancement of activities related to cryopreservation of animal germplasm and related technologies.
    • Animal Models to Advance Translational Research Strategy 7 Foster ways to prioritize need and determine the validity of animal models.
    • Technologies to Advance Translational Research Strategy 1 Expand and ensure the development of technologies to support translational research.
    • Technologies to Advance Translational Research Strategy 2 Further integrate biomedical technologies into clinical research activities.
    • Technologies to Advance Translational Research Strategy 3 Develop affordable and flexible technologies that can be applied to translational research.
    • Technologies to Advance Translational Research Strategy 4 Develop additional areas of expertise and knowledge, especially at the crossroads of mathematics/physics and medicine.
    • Technologies to Advance Translational Research Strategy 5 Provide investments in information technology to facilitate greater collaboration and participation in translational research by minority and minority-serving research institutions and minority and medically underserved populations and communities.
    • Informatics Approaches to Support Research Strategy 1 Facilitate information sharing among biomedical researchers.
    • Informatics Approaches to Support Research Strategy 2 Encourage institutions to provide informatics-based approaches to basic, clinical, and translational investigators and their research teams to support all aspects of their research.
    • Informatics Approaches to Support Research Strategy 3 Maximize the use of informatics-based approaches to conduct clinical research.
    • Informatics Approaches to Support Research Strategy 4 Support the development of educational training competencies in informatics for biomedical researchers.
    • Informatics Approaches to Support Research Strategy 5 Develop an online resource knowledge community for biomedical researchers.
    • Building the Research Workforce Strategy 1 Ensure a multidisciplinary clinical research workforce.
    • Building the Research Workforce Strategy 2 Promote the recruitment, training, advancement, and retention of new investigators in clinical and translational research careers.
    • Building the Research Workforce Strategy 3 Expand opportunities to train biomedical researchers in advanced technologies.
    • Building the Research Workforce Strategy 4 Increase the number of qualified research veterinarians and ensure that veterinarians are recognized partners on translational research teams.
    • Building the Research Workforce Strategy 5 Encourage students to pursue biomedical research careers and educate the public about healthy living.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 1 Encourage NCRR-funded grantees to collaborate within and across programs to capitalize on unique capabilities to solve complex clinical and translational research problems.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 2 Facilitate the creation and implementation of public-private partnerships.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 3 Develop partnerships with other government agencies, foundations, and businesses in the areas of biomedical technology and advanced instrumentation.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 4 Promote public-private partnerships through the SBIR/STTR grant programs.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 5 Enhance partnerships between NCRR grantees and other NIH Institutes and Centers.
    • Partnerships to Maximize Research Investments Strategy 6 Develop partnerships among government agencies that support community engagement activities.