The Miami CTSI presented four posters at the ACTS’s Translational Science 2022 Meeting and program leaders gathered for the national CTSA Spring Meeting — both held in Chicago recently.
The posters highlighted outcomes of its M.S. in Clinical and Translational Investigation (MSCTI) program, long term outcomes of the research mentoring training program, early findings and impact of the FL-CEAL Consortium, and evaluation and impact assessment of the body of scholarly publications supported by the Miami CTSI.
- Understanding vaccine hesitancy among underserved communities in South Florida – an effort by the Florida Community-Engaged Research Alliance Against COVID-19 in Disproportionately Affected Communities (FL-CEAL) to address vaccine uptake disparities in the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Using text mining approaches to identify research trends – an exploratory analysis of Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute publications from 2013-2021.
- Implementing a formal research mentoring training program at the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute: early findings and outcomes.
- Training the translational research workforce: evolution of the Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Investigation Program at the University of Miami CTSI
Miami CTSI Program Directors, representing various enterprise committees and consortium groups, also attended the CTSA Spring Meeting. Groups were focused in the areas of workforce development, collaboration and engagement, and integration across the lifespan.