Clinical Research Compliance Committee (CR2C)
Purpose: Develops and implements policies and procedures designed to ensure UU Health conducts clinical research in an efficient manner consistent with its legal obligations. CR2C assists and supports the efforts of the UU AVP for Research and Vice Dean of Research for the SOM.
Chair: J. Michael Dean, MD, MBA
Contact: Jaci Skidmore
Clinical Research Committee (CRC)
Purpose: Guides quality, strategy, direction and decision making to advance the mission of the University through the support of Clinical Research.
Co-chairs: J. Michael Dean, MD, MBA
Rachel Hess, MD, MS
Contact: Jaci Skidmore
Governance for Research Information Technology Committee (GRIT)
Purpose: Promote and govern access, compliance, regulation and proper use of several self-service clinical research tools across the University through establishing a centralized portal and secure provisioning.
Chair: Rob Singleton, MD
Contact: Emily A. Campbell
Research Application Advisory Committee (RAAC)
Purpose: Advisory group regarding acquisition of IT applications for research interfaced with the EHR or the EDW. Assist in the development of useful research-related resources and processes under other Research Committees including: Applications Advisory Committee (AAC), Data Governance Committee (DGC) and Goverance for Research Information Technology Committee (GRIT)
Co-Chairs: Ken Kawamoto, MD, PhD, MHS
Vikrant Deshmukh, PhD
Contact: Shirleen Hewitt
Self-service tool available for researchers to query local data to understand their patient population, recruit patients for trials, and analyze outcomes between different cohorts –all within the platform with no experience with statistical software. Users can also query the Research Network, a larger TriNetX network comprised of 25+ healthcare organizations, to analyze a much larger cohort.
|Register for upcoming Overview of TriNetX webinar on TBD||TBD|
|To request a TriNetX account||https://ctsi.utah.edu/cores-and-services/bmic/software-applications/trinetx|
|For more information on TriNetX||https://trinetx.com/|
Liaison Team CCTS Research Listening Session Opportunity
The CTSI Liaison Team offers investigators the opportunity to share their research in a round table discussion with leadership. Clinical investigators are provided direction and expert advice for their research. The Liaison Team CTSI Research Presentations are scheduled for the third Wednesday each month from 8:00 – 9:30 am. If interested in scheduling a listening session, please contact the following: