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SCTR Research Support Services
SUCCESS Center & Research Nexus
Royce Sampson, MSN, RN, CRA
SCTR Chief Operations Officer
Research Assistant Professor
http://sctr.musc.edu
843-792-8300
South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research Institute
SCTR Research Nexus
SUCCESS Center
Stephanie Gentilin, MA, CCRA, Director
Free Consultations and Research Training:
Research Navigation
Research Toolkit
Regulatory consults
MAP-R
Recruitment
SCresearch.org
eIRB Statewide PM
REDCap Consults
Grants & Contracts
Budget Development
Consults
Epic Research Team
SPARC Request
Study Tracker
Research Toolkit
MAP-R
A secure, web-based application designed exclusively to
support data capture for research studies
Intuitive interface for data entry (with data validation)
Includes audit trails for tracking data manipulation
Automated export procedures for seamless data
downloads to common statistical packages
Other features include branching logic, calculated fields
data de-identification, and survey capabilities
 SPARC Request is a web-based research management system
 Research service and resource catalog
 Provider/core facility service request management system
 Investigator Dashboard
 Administrative Portal
Focus on one stop shop research service catalog and request,
budget development and billing compliance, audits, and
reporting
Search and Find Research Services and Resources
for your Proposal in One Easy to Use Location
© 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Medical University of South Carolina.
Obtain Research Service Pricing for
Better Budgeting
© 2011, 2012, 2013,2014 Medical University of South Carolina.
Push Study Calendar into EHR
User Dashboard – Protocol, Service Request, User
Management
© 2011, 2012, 2013 .2014 Medical University of South Carolina.
2012 SUCCESS Center Satisfaction Survey Results Service
Utilization
The survey was sent to 567 faculty and staff members who had utilized SUCCESS Center services
from January 2012 to December 2012. There was an 15% response rate with 84 responders.
SCTR RESEARCH NEXUS – STANDARD OF CARE (SOC)
PATRICK FLUME, MD, MEDICAL DIRECTOR; KAREN PACKARD, MSN, NURSE ADMINISTRATOR
• Became Provider Based Clinic for the Medical
University Hospital Authority on January 13, 2014
• Ability to bill third party payers (insurance companies)
for SOC services provided during research study visits
• Increased Investigator and Participant satisfaction
• Provide care in one location
SCTR Research Nexus: Research Coordination and Management
(1Program Manager, 2 Research Nurses, 5 Research Coordinators, 1 Intern)
Services include:
• Study Coordination
• Project Management
• Regulatory Management
• Budget Development
• Data Entry
• Quality Assurance Reviews
• Recruitment
• Inpatient, Outpatient and Outlying MUSC Clinics
• Services are available for full, partial, or gap (fill in) Support
• Experienced Research Coordinators and Nurses; VA credentialed
SCTR Research Nexus: Research Coordination & Management:
College/Department Utilization Data (121 Total, 46 Active, 2 Pending)
Department Usage by # Protocols
OB GYN; 2
Dermatology; 1
IOP; 2
OB GYB
IRB; 1
VA; 1
Pulmonology; 3
Dermatology
Cadiology; 7
IOP
College of Nursing; 2
IRB
VA
Rheumatology; 5
Radiology
Neurosciences
Radiology; 13
Family Medicine
Orthopedic Surgery
Surgery; 5
CHP
Neurosciences; 3
Hematology/Oncology; 1
Internal Medicine
SCTR
Nephrology; 2
Family Medicine; 3
Orthopedic
Surgery; 4
Hollings; 17
CH
P; 3
Internal Medicine; 9
Pediatrics
Hollings
Nephrology
Hemotology/Oncology
Surgery
Rhemutology
College of Nursing
Pulmonology
SCTR; 1
Pediatrics; 3
Cadiology
SCTR Research Nexus: Research Opportunities & Collaborations
(Signe Denmark, Program Manager)
Services include:
• Matching Study Opportunities with Investigator Interest
• Quintiles Partnership Management
• Feasibility Assessment
• Site Selection Support
• Site Initiation Visit Support
• Budget Development Support
• Contract Negotiation Guidance in collaboration with ORSP
• Navigation to Research Support Services
• Voucher Management
Research Opportunities and Collaborations
Dermatology
1%
• Protocols matched
across the College
of Medicine
• All phases of trials
Family Medicine
2%
Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences
9%
Pediatrics
16%
Hollings Cancer Center
25%
Otolarygology
1%
Orthopedics 1%
Ophthalmology
2%
Obstetrics and
Gynecology
3%
Neurosciences
11%
Medicine
29%
$$ Vouchers $$
The Principal Investigator (PI) with a MUSC faculty appointment can apply for a voucher for his or her
research protocol. The voucher program is open to basic, translational, and clinical researchers along
with community research projects affiliated with MUSC.
Who:
A Voucher can be approved for up to $1,000 for research services and supplies (ex. laboratory
services, clinical procedures, pregnancy testing supplies, core facilities, or off campus labs).
What
:
Vouchers cannot be used to fund food, parking, travel, computers, or SCTR services.
When
One voucher per protocol, once a year. Vouchers expire one year from the approval date.
:
Where
:
To apply for a voucher, enter a request through the Services, Pricing & Applications for Research
Center (SPARC) system.
How
Requests are reviewed by SUCCESS Center staff within 2 business day pending all information is
complete and accurate.
Follow up:
You will be expected to complete a survey regarding project outcomes to date. You are required
toacknowledge NIH/NCRR Grant Number UL1 TR000062 and provide information on publications,
extramural funding and intellectual property related to this funding. Compliance with the NIH Public
Access Policy is required. Publications must be submitted to Pubmed Central & receive a PMCID
within 3 months of release.
:
SCTR Pilot Projects
 New RFA released on May 22, 2014
 3 Categories
 Discovery - $25K – LOI due on June 13th
 Fast-Forward - $5K SCTR and $5K PI match – July 11th
 High Innovation - $10K – July 11th
 New collaborations, extramural grant focused
SCTR Biostatistics
 Provide methodological expertise to translational
researchers
 Stimulate methodological development in the areas of
study design and biostatistics.
 Examples of requests:
Sample size / power estimation
Analyses of preliminary data for a grant
Developing analysis plans
Assistance with manuscript preparation
Grant review
Survey design
1 on 1 didactic teaching
SCTR Science Consults
• Comparative Effectiveness Research Consult
– PCOR
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Novel Technologies & Mobile Apps Consult
Drug & Device Development Consults
Intellectual Property, Records of Invention & Patents
Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship - Faculty
Startups, Commercial Market Analysis
• NIH Public Access Policy (publications)
CCRT: Core Clinical Research Training
Purpose:
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Prepare research team members to coordinate cost effective healthcare research
Protect the rights and safety of human subjects
Understand & implement a research protocol
Achieve recruitment and retention goals
Contribute to the science of health care in compliance with the Good Clinical Practice Guidelines and federal regulations
Manage regulatory files
Rolling Online Course:
– 20 hours of recorded lecture, seminar and workshop
– 24/7 course access for 8 weeks
– Content provided in 15 different topic areas
– Bonus materials & downloadable resources
– Certificate of completion with a 75% passing rate
– Useful preparation for coordinator certification
Live Course (Spring and Fall Session):
– 16-18 contact hours of training over 6 days on MUSC campus
– Content provided in 15 different topic areas
– Printed materials and resources binder
– Certificate of completion with a 75% passing rate
– Useful preparation for coordinator certification
Continuing Education Credit is offered through MUSC’s Office of Continuing Medical Education:
– 13.5 CME or
– 1.35 CEU credits
MSCR Program Specifics:
• Part time – 2 years, Full time – 1 year
• Course examples include ethics, epidemiology, biostatistics,
design and conduct of clinical trials
• Required item: development of a grant proposal with the
goal of being ready for submission by the end of the MSCR
program
Society of Clinical Research and Translational Early Scientists
(SOCRATES)
• For Junior Faculty to Present Research Projects in Front of Peers,
Senior Researchers, Statisticians and Epidemiologists
• To Meet Researchers in Other Departments & Foster
Collaboration Across Multiple Subspecialties at MUSC
• To Discuss Ways to Enhance Clinical and Translational Research
Across the Campus
• To Provide Information on Research Opportunities (e.g., grant
announcements)
SCTR KL2 & K12 Clinical Scholars Program
• Post-doctoral K12 Research Scholars Training Program
• 2 years with potential 3rd-year extension
• 75% salary support (subject to NIH cap)/40% clinical scholar
• $25,000 annual research project budget/$20,000
• $1,000 annual travel budget
• Next slots: upon CTSA renewal in summer 2015
Keep in Touch
 SCTR-Weekly Research listserv - CALENDAR
and Announcements
 Monthly Research Lunch-N-Learn
3rd Wednesday of Month 12pm-1pm
843.792.8300 http://SCTR.MUSC.edu [email protected]
sparcrequestblog.com
Questions?
[email protected]
792-8300
http://sctr.musc.edu

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