The UAMS Translational Research Institute (TRI) provides services and resources to ensure the swift translation of research into health care advances. This support is available to all UAMS researchers at the central UAMS campus in Little Rock, the UAMS Northwest Regional Campus in Fayetteville, Arkansas Children’s and its Research Institute in Little Rock, and the Central Arkansas Veteran’s Healthcare System in Little Rock and North Little Rock. TRI is supported by a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS).

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  • TRI
    February 17, 2018
    Jan/Feb TRIbune 
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    View Newsletter ArchiveThis issue of the TRIbune highlights nationally significant TRI partnerships with the Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) in the UAMS College of Medicine. Our main story is about the first-of-its-kind Clinical Research Informatics track in the U.S. being offered by DBMI. This program, supported by TRI, helps...
  • CTSOG
    February 13, 2018
    Faculty Invited to National CTSA Workshop at UAMS: 'Ontology...
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    Faculty with an interest in informed consent are invited to attend a national, multidisciplinary workshop at UAMS on Feb. 26 and 27. Titled, "Ontology of Informed Consent: An Approach to Specimen and Data Sharing," the workshop will be held at the Reynolds Institute on Aging, Room 1180. The Clinical and...
  • Carrie Byington, M.D., is flanked by TRI Director Laura James and Mary Aitken, M.D., who co-directs TRI's KL2 Scholars program.
    February 5, 2018
    Doctor, Researcher, Inventor Offers Lessons in Perseverance
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    Carrie Byington, M.D., is flanked by TRI Director Laura James and Mary Aitken, M.D., who co-directs TRI's KL2 Scholars program. Drawing on her early career experiences with rejection, Carrie Byington, M.D., offered some advice during a Jan. 29 lecture at UAMS. As a new physician researcher, Byington, now dean of the...
  • Tamara Perry, M.D., spoke about her work developing an asthma management app for adolescents.
    January 31, 2018
    Mobile Health Gathering Draws a Crowd, Sparks Potential Collaborations
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    Tamara Perry, M.D., spoke about her work developing an asthma management app for adolescents. Tamara Perry, M.D., an early adopter of mobile health technology in research, was excited to see more than 35 other like-minded professionals at the first UAMS Mobile Health and Wearable Innovations Mingle in November. “The mHealth Mingle...
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