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Hospitalizations due to vaccine preventable infections in Native Americans

January 1, 1970, 12 a.m. – 12 a.m., Minneapolis

Study findings presented by Amanda Nickel, Clinical Research Associate I, Research and Sponsored Programs.

Journal Club

January 1, 1970, 12 a.m. – 12 a.m., Minneapolis

Monthly discussion group that reviews a research publication of interest to current PIs, including a review of its methodology and conclusions.

What is new in cystic fibrosis research at Children’s

January 1, 1970, 12 a.m. – 12 a.m., Minneapolis

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Children’s Minnesota Research Institute plays an integral role in transforming clinical research into  real-world therapies that prevent and treat childhood illness and improve the quality of children’s daily lives.  CMRI’s programs and services help ensure that researchers throughout Children’s have the means and the opportunity to conduct safe, efficient, and ethical research involving children.  CMRI staff are also available to help investigators navigate all steps in the grant application and contract-initiation process, from concept development through award close-out.

Research Administration

The goal of the  Research Administration team is to ensure that investigators, research teams and externally funded projects understand the steps required to start a new clinical study, submit a grant or initiate a contractual relationship.

Research Services

Children's Minnesota Research Institute (CMRI) provides Children’s investigators with a wide range of services that support the entire spectrum of clinical research.  Here at Children’s, we all know that the work taken on by our providers and staff to improve patients’ lives and wellness is truly remarkable. That is why we believe it is of utmost importance that the work we do for kids is recognized in the broader community of experts and patients alike. This is where the Children’s Minnesota Research Institute’s Design and Analytics team comes in.

Research Institute

At Children’s Minnesota, we focus on research and innovations that are completely kid- and family-focused. From improving day-to-day quality of life for children and teens to adopting cutting-edge technologies — we never stop reimagining health care. We will never stop looking for better ways to serve the most amazing people on earth.

Outcomes and Research

The pediatric surgery teams know the score

Research on Diabetes and Somali Families

Researchers from the University of Minnesota and Children’s Minnesota are teaming up to develop new diabetes educational materials for Minnesota-Somali children and their families.

Children’s & HealthPartners awarded NIH grant for appendicitis research

NIH R01 Grant Will Focus on Emergency Room Diagnosis Using Web-Based Clinical Decision Support