Do you have a great idea for a research project?
Have questions on a current project?
Unsure of how to move forward?

The NNE-CTR’s Biostatistics, Epidemiology, & Research Design Core is offering a Clinical and Translational Research Studios Program to provide opportunities for investigators to:

  • Present their ideas in a 90 minute interactive, roundtable discussion
  • Receive feedback, advice, and mentorship from a team of 3-6 relevant experts from diverse academic disciplines
  • Connect with different collaborators and find research expertise
  • Access resources and funds to develop research proposals and submit grants

What is Research Studios?

  • Sessions are designed to refine hypotheses and research questions
    • Promote the most rigorous, appropriate study designs and research methods
    • Assure the most effective, efficient approaches to study implementation
    • Examine and consider new study analyses to maximize rigor and facilitate translation of research findings into publication, practice, and policy
  • Investigators at any level of their careers may request one or more of these sessions focused on one of seven types of studios:
    • Hypothesis generation
    • Study design
    • Grant review
    • Implementation
    • Analysis and interpretation
    • Manuscript review
    • Translation
  • Expert panel will always include at least one biostatistician or data analyst and either a member of the ethics faculty or a research compliance officer/IRB

Who is eligible?

Any member of the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network (NNE-CTR), including investigators in Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont. 

Ready to enter the Studio?

To present your project at an upcoming Research Studio, please contact Paige Ahrens, MS, Research Studio Manager.