Consultations and Services
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute provides University of Minnesota research teams with a wide range of services and expert consultations to support the entire spectrum of translational research. Many offerings are available to individuals outside the University as well.
Support from a biostatistician and/or database programmer who can help with database development and management, statistical design, monitoring, analysis, and more.
Direct access to clinical data from the electronic health records of more than 2 million patients and support from data analysts in extracting and managing that data.
Assistance developing recruitment strategies that leverage recruiting technologies, University networking, and community partnerships.
Support for all aspects of your clinical study including study start-up, conduct, and closeout.
Services for conducting research, including clinical research facilities, support staff, and procedures.
Support for select multi-site studies – such as those requiring large sample sizes – via a new regional consortium called the Midwest Area Research Consortium for Health (MARCH).
Regulatory support for assistance with IND and IDE applications to the FDA, clinical trial monitoring, and navigating clinicaltrials.gov.
Expert guidance on creating a development strategy, mapping out projects, overcoming regulatory hurdles, and taking the necessary steps to advance basic science to human applications.
Support for conducting community-engaged research, including expert consultations and assistance finding research partners in the community or at the University.
Nutrition research expertise and support for clinical protocols.
Centralized biorepository and bioregistry for patient consent and for the collection, processing, and distribution of de-identified tissue samples, blood and body fluids, purified DNA and specimen-matched clinical data for research.