ALBERTA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (ACHRI) - UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
The Purpose of Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) is to support and advance the research capacity of ACHRI members and their teams, through consultation and direction at all stages of research (Early consultation is OPTIMAL). To access support services, all ACHRI members have access to 6 hours of free research methods support per project, after which research services are available at the prorated cost of $50/hr.
ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES (AHS) RESEARCH FACILITATION
AHS: Research is a clinical strategic priority within Alberta Health Services.
AHS Research Facilitation provides consultation and support for all research and innovation projects. Services offered include proposal development (assessment of AHS Administrative Data feasibility and suitability, limited methods support), as well as post ethics support (administrative data extraction and linkage, statistical support for select projects or on a cost-recover basis).
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THE ALBERTA SPOR SUPPORT UNIT
The Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit is dedicated to the integration of research into care, so that the right patient receives the right care at the right time. We foster evidence-informed health care by bringing innovative diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to the point of care, to ensure greater quality, accountability, and accessibility of care. We support researchers conducting patient-centered research by providing access to experts and knowledge in seven core areas of expertise: Career Development Platform, Consultation & Research Services Platform, Data Platform, Knowledge Translation Platform, Methods and Support Development Platform, and atient Engagement Platform.
CALGARY CENTRE FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH (CCCR) - UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
The Calgary Centre for Clinical Research (CCCR) promotes "Excellence in health for the 21st century: integration and collaboration of research, knowledge and health innovation".
EPIDEMIOLOGY COORDINATING AND RESEARCH CENTRE (EPICORE)
EPICORE: Epidemiology Coordinating and Research Centre, is focused on providing support for clinical trials and health services research.
They are involved in protocol design, case report forms design, database creation, study management, implementation, site coordination for multi-centre trials, data management, and analysis.
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Innovate Calgary is the technology-transfer and business-incubation centre for the University of Calgary. Working closely with Research Services and the Office of the Vice-President (Research), we work to help bridge the gap between discovery and innovation.
THE METHODS HUB
The Methods Hub is a group of dedicated health researchers who have expertise in methodology.
The Methods Hub focuses on consolidating individual and collective expertise across the spectrum of both quantitative and qualitative research methods.
You may be eligible for support from the Methods Hub as part of the Methods Support & Development Platform within SPOR.
NORTHERN ALBERTA CLINICAL TRIALS AND RESEARCH CENTER (NACTRC)
NACTRC is a premier research and clinical trials network that was established in 1999 to provide pharmaceutical and research-intensive companies with a higher standard in quality, cost-efficient clinical trial research. We are a joint venture between Alberta Health Services, one of Canada's largest integrated academic health regions, and the University of Alberta, one of Canada's leading research-intensive universities.
RESEARCH SERVICES OFFICE - UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
The Research Services Office (RSO) supports researchers and administrators by providing services focused on the identification of potential funding sources, assistance with the application process and guidance with the financial management of awards. The RSO serves the Faculties of the University of Alberta and its affiliated institutes, centres and hospitals. In addition, the RSO works with partners in the external community, industry and government agencies to advance the University’s goal to be a major catalyst for social and economic development.
RESEARCH SERVICES OFFICE - UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
Research Services provides advice and assistance with sponsored research, grants and contracts for research and scholarly activities, and help on University policy, procedures and requirements. Research Services also provides information regarding the interpretation and application of the University's Intellectual Property policy.
The Research Services Office works with the University of Calgary's research community to advance the research enterprise. As a team of professional service partners, the Research Services team aims to increase sponsored research revenue, reduce financial, reputational and market risk and manage compliance for the University.
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE (WCHRI)
The Women and Children’s Health Research Institute aims to improve the health outcomes for women and children’s health through supporting biomedical, clinical and translational research activities that create new knowledge and translate it into practice.
WCHRI provides a wide range of support including direct research support, competitive grant competitions, support services, physical infrastructure, professional development and training, networking opportunities, and financial support for summer and graduate students and clinical resident trainees.