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CPHSS is part of the evaluation team for the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) Tracking & Evaluation Program, formed from a 2007 Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) granted to Washington University in St. Louis.

The Tracking & Evaluation Program of ICTS is a collaborative program comprised of partners from CPHSS, Washington University’s School of Medicine, Becker Library, and members of ICTS Administrative Core. This is a large-scale institutional and scientific evaluation designed to use evidence-based and innovative evaluation methods to provide important information to ICTS leadership to make effective decisions leading to organizational change. Our evaluation is also designed to show the impact of ICTS support on scientific outcomes that result in clinical applications and meaningful community health results.

Funder: National Institutes of Health

Staff Contact:
Bobbi Carothers

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Using a community-informed translational model to prioritize translational benefits in youth concussion Return-to-Learn programs

Takagi-Stewart J, Avery A, Deshpande SJ, Andersen S, Combs T, Vavilala MS, & Prater L. (2023). Health Promotion Practice.

If you build it, will they come? Linking researcher engagement and scientific productivity in large infrastructure grants

Combs, T.B., Carothers, B.J., Liu, Y., Evanoff, B., & Luke, D.A. (2021). Journal of Clinical and Translational Science.

Exploring Drivers of Scientific Collaboration

2017, Douglas Luke, Translational Research Evaluation Webinar

Academic Cross-Pollination: The Role of Disciplinary Affiliation in Research Collaboration

Dhand, A., Luke, D.A., Carothers, B.J., et al. (2016). PLoS One. 11(1): 1-13.

Breaking Down Silos: Mapping Growth of Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration in Translational Science Initiative

Luke, D.A., Carothers, B., Dhand, A., et al. (2015). Clin Trans Sci. 8: 143-149.

Mapping the Growth of Transdisciplinary Partnerships Over Time in a Large Scientific Initiative

2014, Bobbi Carothers, International Network for Social Network Analysis