GHUCCTS

GHUCCTS

Discovery through Diversity

GHUCCTS designs and implements research that will have a high impact on underserved groups in our communities, including people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds, people with disabilities, and older adults.

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Responses to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve in the greater Washington DC area, we are following the directives of our respective universities and institutions. As a result, most GHUCCTS physical offices are closed and we have shifted to virtual support for our research faculty, staff and trainees. Our Clinical Research Units at Georgetown University Hospital and Howard University Hospital remain open for ongoing studies that require scheduled visits for already enrolled patients, but not for new enrollments or new protocols at this time.

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Upcoming Events
The GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge & Support (REKS) is hosting a summer webinar series on "Pathways to Decentralized (Virtual) Clinical Trials". The fifth session will feature Dr. Heidi Maloni who will discuss "Using Telehealth Technology for Virtual Clinical Trial Visits".
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REKS Summer Series Webinars: Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring  Aug 25, 2021   12: 00 PM - 1: 00 PM  Zoom
The GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge & Support (REKS) is hosting a summer webinar series on "Pathways to Decentralized (Virtual) Clinical Trials". The six and final session will feature Shaunagh Browning DNP, RN, FNP-BC who will discuss "Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring".
Related News

GHUCCTS featured in National Black Nurses Association for Howard University's Novavax COVID-19 Clinical Trial

May 28, 2021

GHUCCTS is featured in the Winter 2021 edition of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) Newsletter for our work helping with the planning, recruitment, and implementation efforts of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine study at Howard University.

NCATS Online Course in Translational Science: June 14 – July 30, 2021

May 12, 2021

Enhance your translational science skills this summer with a seven-week online course, MEDI 501: Principles of Preclinical Translational Science. This class is open to the public and is being offered by NCATS’ Education Branch in partnership with the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences. Registration for the summer course is open.

Former KL2 Scholar Dr. Vanita R. Aroda profiled in The Lancet

May 10, 2021

Dr. Vanita R. Aroda, current Director of the Diabetes Clinical Research Program at Brigham and Women's Hospital and former GHUCCTS KL2 scholar, is featured in the piece "Vanita Aroda: the accidental role model… by no accident" published by The Lancet.

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