Need help?

Contact our Research Navigator for help locating resources, initiating a new study, or finding your way through the research process.

Contact Melissa Hansen, MLS, directly at 612-626-2318 or ctsi@umn.edu.

 

 

Clinical Translational Research (CTR) Portal

CTSI's Clinical Translational Research (CTR) Portal is an interactive, web-based system designed to provide targeted and secure access to research project information. The CTR Portal provides access to:

  • request CTSI services;
  • view and approve invoices for CTSI services;
  • a list of your projects included in the CTSI database;
  • links to helpful tools and systems;
  • and news and information about CTSI.

Learn more about the CTR Portal, download forms and user guides, and view Frequently Asked Questions

Log in to the CTR Portal

REDCap

REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure web application designed exclusively to support data capture for research.

Learn more about REDCap

Log in to UMN REDCap

i2b2

The i2b2 Cohort Discovery tool is a self-service tool that allows you to determine if there is a cohort of patients in our clinical data repository that meets your criteria of interest.

Learn more about i2b2

ResearchMatch

ResearchMatch is a recruitment tool that helps connect researchers and willing volunteers through a free, secure, web-based registry. ResearchMatch can be used for feasibility assessments or for recruitment.

Learn more about ResearchMatch at the University of Minnesota

Visit the ResearchMatch website

Experts@Minnesota

Experts@Minnesota is the University of Minnesota's research networking and expertise system. It allows anyone to browse or search for a researcher's distinctive expertise, based on publication history, and increases the capacity to identify collaborators and make connections between scholars within and external to the University of Minnesota. 

Visit Experts@Minnesota

Learn more about Experts@Minnesota and view Frequently Asked Questions
 

MedDRA Web-Based Browser

To assist with the standardized reporting and aggregation of adverse events, CTSI now offers access to a subscription to MedDRA, the Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities. MedDRA is used to report adverse event data from clinical trials, and for post-marketing reports and pharmacovigilance. MedDRA is a pragmatic, clinically validated terminology that applies to all phases of drug development, excluding animal toxicology. It also applies to the health effects and malfunction of medical devices, and was developed by the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH).

To access MedDRA, log in to the web-based browser. Please log in using your username: 17195 and the MedDRA Web-Based Browser password: NXv6Hd41.

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