Evidence-based profiles of roles across the translational workforce are now available through CTSA-Personas, a project of the CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health (CD2H), led by Sara Gonzales at Northwestern University. Each profile details key responsibilities, motivators, goals, software use, pain points, and professional development needs. The Persona profiles cover the spectrum of the translational ecosystem, from basic science to clinical research to community implementation. Personas can be integrated locally to help inform local resources, training opportunities, and communication strategies. The profiles and support documents are available for download now.
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- Child Health Institute Science Seminar on February 26th at 1pm
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- Register Now for Rutgers Health Anniversary Symposium on March 20th
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