The five-year grant will be used to provide and study an evidence-based “Family Check-Up” program at ten hearing clinics throughout the state, with the aim of improving treatment and outcomes by increasing positive parenting and decreasing disruptive behavior.
Nearly 1,000 researchers, clinicians, students, trainees, community partners and local and national experts participated in the day-long, multidisciplinary event to share their findings and enhance collaborations.
For many Research Track participants, including third-year student Nash Laungani, participating in research has lead to real-world discoveries that continue to improve various aspects of the patient experience.
The event also featured six emerging UK researchers from the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy, Dentistry and Medicine, who individually received pitch coaching by the Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship.
The 12th Annual Spring Conference of the CCTS was held with more than 800 researchers, clinicians, students and partners convening to discuss the theme of "Clinical Trial Networks and Team Science: Moving Discoveries to Interventions."