Bringing Together the Best and Brightest of Translational and Clinical Researchers.

Our Mission is to create an environment that reduces barriers, leverages and combines resources, enables teams and serves as a model for collaborative consortia. 

Promoting Efficiencies

Initiatives and groups we´re proud of sponsoring.  UC BRAID, or University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, and Development, is a network of five UC campuses - Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.

Participant Reatreament?

In order for biobanks to meet emerging Federal standards and help accelerate the pace of translational research, we aim to aid in the creation of best practice documentation and a governance model for high quality biospecimens banks. More...

Contracting

In order for biobanks to meet emerging Federal standards and help accelerate the pace of translational research, we aim to aid in the creation of best practice documentation and a governance model for high quality biospecimens banks. More...

Regulatory (IRB)

In order for biobanks to meet emerging Federal standards and help accelerate the pace of translational research, we aim to aid in the creation of best practice documentation and a governance model for high quality biospecimens banks. 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

OUR KEY AREAS

Initiatives and groups we´re proud of sponsoring.  UC BRAID, or University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, and Development, is a network of five UC campuses - Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.

BIOBANKING

In order for biobanks to meet emerging Federal standards and help accelerate the pace of translational research, we aim to aid in the creation of best practice documentation and a governance model for high quality biospecimens banks. More...

CENTER FOR ACCELERATED INNOVATION

UC CAI is a collaboration of the five UC health systems to accelerate the translation of our NHLBI-funded discoveries to improve health and health care and address unmet medical needs. More...

CHILD HEALTH

BRAID-CH has transitioned to a new statewide collaboration, the California Child Health Research Coalition. More...

CONTRACTING

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...

DRUG, DEVICE, DISCOVERY & DEVELOPMENT D4

The Drug, Device, Discovery and Development (D4) workgroup is focused on the early translation of academic discovery research into valuable and impactful therapies. More...

PARTICIPANTS RECRUITMENT

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...  

REGULATORY IRB

UC BRAID’s Regulatory initiative leverages IRB Reliance and local expertise to streamline IRB approval, and most importantly, speed clinical trial activation. More...

UC Rex

The UC ReX Data Explorer is a secure online system that enables cross-institution queries of clinical aggregate data from 15+ million de-identified records. More...

READ WHAT RESEARCHERS ARE WORKING ON. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

The increasing burden of cardiovascular diseases in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 

NEWS & EVENTS

The Increasing Burden of Cardiovascular Diseases
 
lowandmiddle-incomee countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 


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Date: June 1, 2018  San Francisco 

The Increasing Burden of Cardiovascular Diseases
 
lowandmiddle-incomee countries (LMICs) and the widening disparity in health outcomes compared to high income countries inspired this article. 


> READ MORE

Date: June 1, 2018  San Francisco 

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