Each Theme is led by academic and patient, family or donor leads who host Theme meetings regularly (6-8 times/year). Our Theme meetings provide a collaborative, safe space, bringing together researchers, patient and family donor partners, and trainees to discuss challenges and test new ideas in ongoing projects.
CDTRP research is divided into 5 themes to connect its communities:
To support the five Themes and continue to build capacity, the CDTRP offers exclusive services to its members via three Platforms:
The CDTRP is committed to integrating five cross-cutting research priorities in all CDTRP-supported projects
Sex and gender, anti-racism, and anti-ableism
Pediatric, adolescent and elderly
Policy, commercialization, and knowledge transfer
Patient, family, and donor partnership