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iTHRIV at Virginia Tech:  Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program 

  • Within each CTSA partner institution is a Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Core. CBHDS's Director, Alexandra Hanlon, is the Co-Director of the iTHRIV BERD Methods Core.

With our iTHRIV partners at the University of Virginia, Carilion Clinic and Inova Health System, we aim to:

  • Integrate data and data analytics to accelerate and streamline scientific workflows for clinical trials
  • Facilitate shared technology for discovery of innovative therapeutic advancements
  • Create more personalized approaches to healthcare to benefit the diverse rural and urban populations who iTHRIV member clinicians serve

Please click on the items below for links to a variety of Biostatistics Resources provided by the iTHRIV CTSA and other CTSA BERD Groups:

Drop-in Zoom Consulting Hours with CBHDS's team of Biostatisticians are held twice a week.
Please click below to enter our Zoom waiting room:

Virginia Tech's Statistical Applications and Innovations Group (SAIG):

  • Monthly Hour-Long Seminars
  • Workshops (2 - 8 hours)
  • Short Courses (2 hours)

iTHRIV Educational Events

  • At the iTHRIV Portal you’ll find information about upcoming events, webinars, and other tools and resources for the iTHRIV research community.
  • The University of Minnesota BERD group maintains Biostats4You, a website with carefully selected and vetted training materials especially suited for a non-statistician audience.
  • The Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC), housed at the University of Rochester, is the coordinating center for the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program, which supports a network of more than 50 of the nation’s top biomedical research institutions. The purpose of CLIC is to serve the CTSA Program through coordination, transparent communication, actionable metrics, network analytics and innovative collaboration tools for use around the consortium, and to make the work and accomplishments of the CTSA Program vibrantly visible to all stakeholders.
  • The Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) supports research, education, advocacy and mentoring, integrating multiple disciplines across the full translational science spectrum. Through collaborative efforts, ACTS provides a forum for members to share studies, promote best practices, and form professional relationships.