Perspectives on Clinical and Translational Research


Academic Research for MDs – Developing a Study Question

Hi all: I’m the Clinical Research Fellow here at the Clinical and Translational Research Support Center. I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about my experience here at the center and share what I’ve been learning that might help current residents and fellows in academic training programs with their research requirements. Right off the…

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Web Development Progress at the CTRSC

  Greetings friends, In the CTRSC, we use “whatever tool is right for the job” in the words of Robert Kelley.  These tools happen to include the LAMP (Linux, Apache, Mysql, PHP) for our web foundation. As my first blog, I would like to talk a little about how our development process has evolved in…

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Tools of the Trade

HI all: My initial post is about software tools for data analysis. In the current research climate, there are so many software tools available that it can be daunting to choose the ones to use. My discussion here is going to be restricted to tools I have used and the advantages/disadvantages I have found with…

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EBP Here

Hi! My name is Emily Pacholski, and I’m a second year MPH student at the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences with a concentration in Epidemiology. I have been at the UofL Hospital Division of Infectious Diseases CTRSC for a little over eight months now, and let me tell you, I feel…

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Introduction to the blog

Hey Pals, This blog will be updated weekly by members of the University of Louisville Clinical and Translational Research Support Center (CTRSC).  If you are at our website, feel free to browse around and see exactly what we are doing in our Center.  For the first week, we will also introduce ourselves prior to the…

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