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Helpful Links for MSA Mentors


Biostatistical Support & Consulting for MSA Clinics--The Mentored Scholarly Activity (MSA) program has contracted with the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC) and the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics to develop a biostatistics consulting resource that is available to all medical students when wor​king on their MSA project.   This service is free of charge to MSA students.

Clinical Trials Training Program, CCTSI - The Clinical Trials Training for Investigators and Coordinators (CTTIC) is designed to provide specialized training to research study coordinators and investigators.  It consists of 24 hours of content and is delivered by staff at UC Anschutz Medical Campus and affiliated institutions.  While the curriculum is aimed at new investigators and coordinators, it may be recommended for investigators who are experiencing problems with COMIRB review, writing consent forms, protocol violations, or patient safety issues. 

CCTSI Training and Education Website (Mentoring Resources) - The CCTSI is offering a new program called the Colorado Mentoring Training Program (CO-Mentor).  CO-Mentor is designed to build mentoring capacity focusing on career development skills for mentors and mentees.

UC Denver Center for Faculty Development - The Center for Faculty Development is here to help you improve your practice and develop your career. Use the Center and our resources to help you.

COMIRB Getting Started - The Getting Started page will guide mentors and mentees through the process, including required training, to submit a protocol for approval.

Health Science Library - The MSA program has a librarian assigned for each of the 5 thematic areas who can help with professional grade searches for background sections of proposals and with systematic reviews.