UC BRAID

Building a Learning Health Ecosystem and Expanding Impact

Having developed a powerful health research collaboration across five University of California medical campuses, the leaders of UC BRAID have a new strategic focus: the integration of research and clinical care to create a learning health ecosystem where patient information and data are continuously analyzed to provide individualized care.

UC BRAID Weaves Network of Successful Strategies with Goal of Improving Health

UC BRAID Highlights 2016-17 Accomplishments

In advance of its annual retreat later this month, the University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration and Development (UC BRAID) reported its accomplishments over the past year. A consortium of five UC medical campuses with Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs), UC BRAID streamlines administrative processes to accelerate research to improve health.

UC Launches Drug Discovery Consortium

Catherine Tralau-Stewart, UCSF

Note: The consortium brings together UC's five medical center campuses — Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco — to share resources and expertise to help develop new drugs.

By Alec Rosenberg via UC Newsroom

UC Launches New $4 M Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative

UC has launched a new Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative to support novel clinical studies

UC BRAID Discusses New System-Wide Tactics for Accelerating Biomedical Research

A nationally-recognized model for multi-institution collaboration

UC-ReX Initiative Honored with 2015 Sautter Award

UC-ReX Initiative Team honored for accelerating health research at 2015 UC Computing Services conference.

UC Translational Medicine Leaders Chart Course at Annual Retreat in San Diego

Representatives of the University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, and Development (UC BRAID) program staked out future directions at annual retreat.

6 Trends in Translational Science that Will Improve Your Health

Learn more about the trends and influences that are reshaping & accelerating translational science with a focus to improve health.

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