So long, silos! UC BRAID and our network of research administration experts across the University of California work to test and implement new ways of working together more efficiently. We break down barriers, making communication more effective, reducing impediments and redundancies, ultimately making it faster and easier for UC to conduct the next generation of research.
Contracting offices face increasing internal and external pressure to improve turnaround times for clinical trial contract execution. To address these challenges, UC BRAID convened a network of campus contracting leadership. More...
Participant recruitment is a significant challenge in many studies involving human subjects. The 5 campuses of UC BRAID, UC Riverside, and Stanford have partnered to build a portfolio of tools and services to improve the participant recruitment processes. More...
UC BRAID works closely with campus IRB Directors and staff as they adapt to a changing regulatory landscape. This close collaboration provides opportunities for us to test new approaches that streamline IRB approval and speed up clinical trial activation. More...
UC BRAID facilitated linking our clinical trial networks, for the first time giving our patients access to cutting edge therapies across the UC health systems through single IRB review and a simplified contracting process.
Gary Firestein, Director
Clinical and Translational Research Institute ,
UC San Diego
We are excited to showcase a diverse set of tools developed by our partners across the University of California. One example is a clinical trial finder that helps researchers, patients and physicians explore the broad portfolio of trials across the state. Another is a toolkit to assist UC investigators through the contracting process for investigator-initiated trials. Take a look and see what else is on offer.
Legacy tool for research study cohorts from 15m de-identified patient records across UC Health
NEWS AND EVENTS
Advancing the Next Generation of Health Research
Together a diverse set of leaders, faculty, administrators, and partners learned about exciting advances, influenced UC BRAID’s objectives, and discussed new ways to position BRAID to be ready -- now and into the future.
Date: October 3, 2018 Los Angeles
NEWS AND EVENTS
Transfer of UC COVID-19 Patient Information to Federal Database
“We were very involved in the pandemic from Day One,” said Dan Cooper, chair of UC BRAID, a coalition of all five UC medical centers with NIH funding for translational research. Researchers pursuing COVID-19-related studies can apply for quick access to detailed case data, including demographics, symptoms, medications, lab test results and outcomes.
Date: March 24, 2021 | Irvine
Fireside Chat with Dr. Nora Volkow, Director of NIDA
NIDA supports most of the world’s research on the health aspects of drug use and addiction. Dr. Volkow will be discussing NIDA’s strategic priorities for research in the COVID-19 era. Representatives from each UC Academic Medical Center will discuss NIDA research priorities, strategies, and challenges.
Date: January 26, 2021 | Irvine
UC BRAID and UC Health Create Centralized COVID Data Set
Dr. Carrie L. Byington, executive vice president of UC Health and an infectious disease expert, urged the creation of the COVID Reasearch Data Set (CORDS), through UC BRAID, the five UC Clinical and Translational Science Award institutions, and the UC Health Data Warehouse team.
Date: July 15, 2020 | Oakland