The Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) will be conducting a one-hour webinar entitled “How to partner with CPRN to conduct multi-center trials” on January 17, 2019 at 7 pm ET. The webinar will be open to the public with advance sign-up (see form below). We are excited to have Michael Kruer, MD, pediatric neurologist at Phoenix Children’s, present on how his genetics study effort partnered with CPRN to enhance subject recruitment, enable rich phenotypic data collection and to analyze resultant data for his recently approved NIH grant of $3MM.
The target audience is comprised of clinicians, therapists and clinical researchers seeking to accelerate and strengthen his/her CP research projects and quality improvement efforts. Attendees will be led through the process of proposing study concepts to CPRN for approval and development into full applications to funding agencies with CPRN support using Dr. Kruer’s recent successful application as an example. We will discuss the types of studies supported CPRN and resources available both within the CPRN Data Coordinating Center and the network sites more broadly. We will describe how studies are developed by PIs leveraging these network capabilities through to submission for funding and execution on success.
Reserve your spot now!