Department of Pediatrics Assistant Professor Andrew Barnes, MD, MPH, will represent the University of Minnesota’s CTSI as part of a new multi-site, multidisciplinary effort within the Clinical and Translational Science Award network to accelerate child health research across the 64-institution CTSA hub sites.
The Child Health Research Acceleration thru Multi-site Planning (CHAMP) program includes 15 institutions categorized into three pods of five institutions each. Each pod is awarded up to $50,000 to help in the initial team-building and design that advances a novel, high-impact child health topic.
“This is a unique opportunity to be part of a multi-site, multidisciplinary collaboration among talented child health researchers across the CTSA networks.”
The University’s pod also includes researchers from the University of Florida, University of Texas Medical Branch, Georgetown University, and a researcher from the University of Southern California may also be included at a future date. This pod will focus on developing an evidence-based screening process for adverse...Read More