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WVCTSI is producing groundbreaking research and mobilizing communities during this public health crisis. We are engaging in cross-cutting research, partnering with the State of West Virginia and other partner institutions to better understand, prepare for and prevent future outbreaks.Hodder and WV team receive $4.78 million NIH RADX grant to scale up COVID-19 testing in West Virginia communities $1.5 million, multi-state data project launched to examine COVID-19 outcomes, treatments WVCTSI one of 15 hub sites to lead national study of long-term effects of COVID-19 in adults West Virginia infectious disease experts receive federal grant to study COVID-19 variants in West Virginia WVCTSI funds eleven COVID-19 research projects More news
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Clinical Trials Center of Excellence improving safety and efficiency of trials in West Virginia
The WVCTSI Clinical Trials Center of Excellence (COE) provides consistent training, data safety monitoring processes, regulatory compliance, and quality audits, all of which enhance participant safety, data quality, and operational efficiency. The COE supports studies in a range of therapeutic areas with a focus on WV health disparities.Clinical Trials Center of Excellence