Assay Services at the Primate Center

The Assay Services Unit at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center provides investigators with modern, efficient, and cost-effective endocrine and biomarker measurements in a centralized facility. We provide our services to Primate Center Investigators, members of the UW …

Biostatistics & Research Design Resource (BARD)

The Biostatistics and Research Design Resource (BARD) provides biostatistical support/collaboration during the design, conduct, and analysis phases of your clinical and translational research projects. BARD statisticians are involved in research planning and experimental design, proposal …

BMI at Marshfield

The MCRI Biomedical Informatics Research Center (BIRC) is an exceptional resource for scientists conducting clinical and translational research. Marshfield Clinic develops much of its own clinical software and has its own in-house electronic health record …

Cardiovascular Physiology Facility

The Cardiovascular Physiology Facility is a special animal physiology facility that offers free services to ICTR members gathering pilot data for grant applications. The scientist group offers laboratory services for creating and studying animal models of …

Career Development

For questions about the Graduate Program, the TL1 Predoctoral Training Program, or the Certificate in the Fundamentals of Clinical Research, please contact: Sally Wedde Rec-Education@hslc.wisc.edu   For questions about the AHEAD Awards Program, please contact: …

Clinical Research Unit (CRU)

The Clinical Research Unit (CRU) is a 24/7 unit located on D6/6 in UW Hospital (600 Highland Ave. Madison, WI 53792). The CRU serves both investigator-initiated and industry studies, in subject populations ages 13 and …

Community Academic Aging Research Network (CAARN)

The Community Academic Aging Research Network brings together academic researchers and community partners to conduct clinical and dissemination research related to healthy aging. CAARN’s aims include: Create a sustainable infrastructure (CAARN) to bridge university and community …

Community-Academic Partnerships (CAP)

The Community-Academic Partnerships (CAP) Program is organized as a federation; 31 UW and Marshfield programs and centers currently participate. CAP mobilizes resources across UW and Marshfield by: Centralizing and organizing access for investigators and communities to …

Data Monitoring Committee

The ICTR Data Monitoring Committee (DMC) meets the requirements for an independent Data and Safety Monitoring Committee or a Data and Safety Monitoring Board. The DMC is available for UW-Madison investigators when a funding agency, …

Dissemination & Implementation

It has been widely reported that new research discoveries take an average of 17 years to be incorporated into clinical and community practice. Even then, adoption and adherence are far from universal. The Dissemination & …