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GHUCCTS in the (Virtual) Community

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GHUCCTS in the Community

Discovery through diversity is one of our priorities. Hear from our community partners, investigators, and clinical research participants about why community-engaged research makes a difference.

Graphic of a computer screen with cartoon faces of conference call participants on display, with the title GHUCCTS in the Community is now virtual and is a great opportunity to learn more about clinical research and health conditions that may be of interest to you. These events also provide an opportunity for you to engage with experts in various health-related fields.

During each session, a guest speaker will present on different topics such as: 

  • What should you ask before joining a trial?
  • What are the phases of clinical trials?
  • What’s a research registry? /How to find a trial?
  • Why is it important to have diversity in research?

Guest speakers will also discuss their research on health topics such as COVID-19, Diabetes, Parkinson's Disease, and many more!

Tell us what topics you’d like to hear by completing this survey.

Click here to register for the series. If you missed an event, you can stream our GITVC playlist here on YouTube.

Featured videos:  What is research? What are the benefits of research?  What is GHUCCTS?

Upcoming Events

Empowering Patients to Have a Say in Treatment: Thyroid Cancer and Radioactive Iodine Therapy

Featuring Jane Otado, Ph.D., Jacqueline Jonklaas, M.D., and Allison Moses
Tuesday, June 22, 2021, from 6 - 7 PM EST | Register | Download PDF

  • Past Events

    Preeclampsia and Pregnancy Complications: How Research Can Help Keep Moms and Babies Safe
    Featuring Tamika Auguste, MD, Emily Cramer, Ph.D., and Angela Thomas, DrPH, MPH, MBA
    Tuesday, May 25, 2021, from 6 - 7 PM EST | Stream Archive

    Learning from History: Safely Moving Women's Health Foward
    Featuring Tatiana Sanses, MD, and Veronica Thomas, PhD
    Tuesday, April 27, 2021 from 6 - 7 PM EST | Stream Archive

    About GHUCCTS | Let's Talk About Clinical Research | Don't Let the Past Hold Back the Future of Health

    Diabetes Alert Day! Managing Diabetic Kidney Disease
    Featuring Jean Park, MD, Joseph Verbalis, MD, and Carine Nassar, MS, RD
    March 23, 2021 from 6 - 7 PM EST on Zoom | Stream Archive

    About GHUCCTS | Research Match | WePartner4Research | Let's Talk About Clinical Research | What Questions People Should Ask Before Signing Up For A Clinical Research Study? | Research Participation FAQ | Diabetes Risk Test | Diabetes Risk Test PDF | Risk Factors Of Type 2 Diabetes

    Changing the Narrative, Saving Lives: Clinical Trial Participation and Vaccine Concerns
    Featuring Chioma Woko, MA, Dr. Deliya Wesley, and Dr. Finie Richardson
    February 23, 2021 from 6 - 7 PM EST on Zoom | Stream Archive

    About GHUCCTS | Research Match | WePartner4Research | Let's Talk About Clinical Research | Increasing Participation in Research - Breast Cancer | Pilot Study: African American patients in cancer clinical trials | Video Intervention: Black breast cancer patients in therapeutic trials 

    One Shot Can Change the Pandemic: The COVID-19 Vaccine Study
    GITVC featuring Dr. Siham Mahgoub of Howard University
    January 26, 2021 from 6 - 7 PM EST on Zoom | Stream Archive

    About GHUCCTS | Research Match | WePartner4Research | Let's Talk About Clinical Research | Washington Post Article | Phases of a Clinical Trial | Novavax Phase 3 Clinical Trial for COVID-19 Vaccine at Howard University Hospital

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GHUCCTS in the Community

Community outreach is an effort throughout GHUCCTS to raise clinical research awareness and to support investigators with recruitment at community events. To find out more about this initiative, contact Tonya Bishop at Tonya.R.Bishop@medstar.net or follow us on Facebook!

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