• Educational Opportunities to help research team members learn the most effective ways to identify, engage with, and incorporate valuable feedback from their stakeholders.
• Connect and Engage with collaborative research partners across OSU and NCH, and with local, regional, and statewide community partners and organizations (including Central Ohio, Southeastern Ohio/Appalachia, and OSU Extension offices across the state).
• Cultural Competency and Dissemination opportunities to connect with stakeholders via Science Cafés & Community Advisory Boards.
• Community Scientist Academy provides an opportunity for community stakeholders to learn more about translational research and the various ways they can get involved via a six-week program (meets once per week)
• Consultation and Feedback from CE Program staff and our Community Advisory Boards (Faculty, Central Ohio, and Southeast Ohio/Appalachia)
• CE Pilot grants through the CE Program’s partnership with the CCTS Pilot and
Collaborative Studies Program
• Appalachian Translational Research Network (ATRN) provides a network of academic research institutions designed to establish partnerships and connect with communities and organizations in the Appalachian Region