Designing Clinical Research Program
The Designing Clinical Research Program (DCRP) provides didactic and hands-on clinical research training as well as project-based clinical research mentorship to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital clinicians. The DCRP is an 18 month program per "cohort" of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital mentees that include quarterly research retreats and workshops and monthly meetings with JHU faculty mentor.
Research Seminar Series
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Research Seminar Series is an every-other-month meeting serving as a forum for research activities and education on research regulations and compliance. Meetings are held the 4th Monday of the month, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Outpatient Care Center (OCC) Rooms C, D and E and are open to the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital community.
Clinical & Translational Research & Advisory Mentorship
The Clinical and Translational Research Advisory and Mentorship Committee is an every-other-month meeting serving as a forum for the presentation and discussion of clinical and translational study proposals, designs, works in progress, and completed work. CTRAM also serves as a forum for networking, mentorship, and cross-disciplinary collaboration in clinical and translational research. Presentations will be made by the members of the committee, as well as principal investigators. Meetings are held the 4th Monday of the month, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Outpatient Care Center (OCC) Rooms C, D and E and are open to the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital community.
All Principal Investigators and study team members are required to complete research compliance training.