An important initiative of the ACTSI is to enhance efficiency, breakdown administrative barriers, and accelerate the pace of quality science, IRB reciprocity, and collaboration among ACTSI institutions and Atlanta partners. The ACTSI achieved expanded IRB reciprocity across all ACTSI partner institutions (see table below). Additionally, ACTSI is working to ensure Material Transfer Agreements, Intellectual Property (IP) agreements, and other cooperative agreements.

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KL2 Scholar Studies Novel Hematopoietic Stem Cell Approach to Sickle Cell Disease Treatment

Elizabeth Stenger, MD, MSc, assistant professor, Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine, received a K23 award for her work on improving haploidentical hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in sickle cell disease using...

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Research Resources 101: Using ACTSI's i2b2 Tool to Query Electronic Healthcare Records for Patient Study Feasibility Data-Thursday

The capabilities of Emory i2b2 will be discussed including how to query the Emory Healthcare electronic health record data for patient counts and aggregate data for grants/IRB protocols and other ways i2b2 can accelerate the pre-research process....