NBRU Consultation

Consultations that connect faculty to network-based multisite clinical trial opportunities and alert clinical research networks of faculty-initiated research ideas

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Who?

Any U-M researcher and their research partners.

When?

Contact MICHR as soon as you are interested in a consultation.

How much?

Pre-award consultation is free of charge. Once a study is funded, there are network access fees associated with supporting the informatics in a multisite study.

What is this offering?

MICHR Network Based Multisite Research (NBRU) is a participating hub member of the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) CTSA Trial Innovation Network (TIN). The MICHR NBRU, through the TIN network will focus on leveraging the expertise, diversity and broad reach of the research institutions within the national CTSA Program.

We can help with:

  • Identifying and leveraging the best Clinical Research Network (CRN) for your research objectives
  • Cohort discovery for multi-site studies
  • National multi-institutional standardized Common Data model queries
  • Engaging diverse community organizations and patient partner collaborators
  • Refining a research study that utilizes national multisite research networks

Come in for a consultation to determine how we can best assist you in participating in or leading a national multisite trial or observational study.

You may also find more information on PCORnet®, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research.

How this advances translational science

Developing innovations that address persistent challenges to advancing translational progress.

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