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Mariko Ishimori, MD
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center CTSI Co-Leader
UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute
K worksho...
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• Partner Sites:
– UCLA Westwood Campus
– Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
– LA Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA
– Charles...
NIH CTSA Consortium
• The CTSA Consortium is funded by the National Center for Advancing
Translational Sciences (NIH/NCATS...
UCLA CTSI Governance (Current Structure)
ASSOCIATE
DIRECTORS
MATERNAL &
CHILD
HEALTH
EVAL &
TRACKING
BIOSTAT PILOT INFORMA...
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• Leon Fine, MD: Associate Director, UCLA CTSI
• Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS: Cedars-Sinai Program
Leader, UCLA CTSI
• Mar...
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1. Clinical and Community Research Resources
2. Biomedical Informatics Program
3. Community Engagement in Research Progr...
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• Research Career Development Awards, include KL2, K08
and K23, and others
• The CTSI program supports the KL2 program, ...
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• University of California Research Exchange (UC ReX)
and Los Angeles Data Repository (LADR)
• Navigating the NIH K Awar...
9
• Start early!
• Find an experienced mentor and develop a mentorship
plan
• Be cautious about creating an overly ambitio...
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Introduction to UCLA CTSI and K Workshop

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UCLA CTSI K Workshop - February 4, 2016

Mariko Ishimori, MD
Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center CTSI Associate Leader UCLA Clinical & Translational Science Institute

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Introduction to UCLA CTSI and K Workshop

  1. 1. Mariko Ishimori, MD Cedars-Sinai Medical Center CTSI Co-Leader UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute K workshop February 4, 2016 1 UCLA CTSI Clinical and Translational Science Institute www.ctsi.ucla.edu
  2. 2. 2 • Partner Sites: – UCLA Westwood Campus – Cedars-Sinai Medical Center – LA Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA – Charles R. Drew University • The CTSI has 5 aims, one of which is to prepare the translational workforce to conduct high- quality, multidisciplinary team science UCLA CTSI
  3. 3. NIH CTSA Consortium • The CTSA Consortium is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NIH/NCATS) to create a definable academic home for clinical and translational research • Currently, 62 medical research institutions in 31 states and DC are active members of the CTSA consortium. • These institutions are working together to accelerate discoveries toward better health
  4. 4. UCLA CTSI Governance (Current Structure) ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH EVAL & TRACKING BIOSTAT PILOT INFORMATICS COMMUNITY CLINICAL RESEARCH INVESTIGATOR SERVICES TECHNOLOGY CORES EDUCATION & CAREER DEVELOPMENT Program Area Leaders Internal Advisory Board (IAB) J. Mazziotta J.S. Economou S. Fields Chancellor, UCLA G. Block Institutional Steering Committee (ISC) External Advisory Committee (EAC) A. Shekhar National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) CTSI Director Associate Vice Chancellor S. Dubinett 4 021029774Site Leaders
  5. 5. 5 • Leon Fine, MD: Associate Director, UCLA CTSI • Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS: Cedars-Sinai Program Leader, UCLA CTSI • Mariko Ishimori, MD: Cedars-Sinai Program Co-Leader, UCLA CTSI, Cedars-Sinai CTRC Associate Director • Marzieh Salehi, MD: Cedars-Sinai CTRC Director CTSI at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center
  6. 6. 6 1. Clinical and Community Research Resources 2. Biomedical Informatics Program 3. Community Engagement in Research Program 4. Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies Programs 5. Research Education and Career Development Program 6. Biostatistics and Computational Biology Program 7. Center for Translational Technologies 8. Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health 9. Regulatory Knowledge, Industry Relations and Research Ethics Program 10. Evaluation & Tracking Program Areas www.ctsi.ucla.edu
  7. 7. 7 • Research Career Development Awards, include KL2, K08 and K23, and others • The CTSI program supports the KL2 program, a mentored research career development program offering formal research training experience to scholars who already have an MD, PhD or equivalent doctoral degree. • KL2 awardees are selected by the UCLA CTSI. • Other awards are decided by each of the NIH institutes K awards
  8. 8. 8 • University of California Research Exchange (UC ReX) and Los Angeles Data Repository (LADR) • Navigating the NIH K Award Process • Writing the NIH K Award • UCLA CTSI KL2 Award & Grant Proposal Library • Considerations in Applying for a K99 Award • Review & Discussion of Draft K/CDA applications K award workshop
  9. 9. 9 • Start early! • Find an experienced mentor and develop a mentorship plan • Be cautious about creating an overly ambitious proposal • Know your audience • Talk to others who have been through the process Questions? Contact Lisa Chan, lchan@mednet.ucla.edu Navigating the K award process

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