A New Tool for Tracking and Managing NIA Clinical Studies

Introducing a new method for tracking and monitoring NIA’s clinical studies
Holly Massett, Senior Advisor on Clinical Research Recruitment and Engagement, Division of Extramural Activities (DEA)
As NIA’s portfolio of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias clinical research has grown, so has the amount of documents and data to handle. To provide a more efficient and seamless research experience for both our program staff and NIA awardees, we recently began developing our new Clinical Research Operations and Management System (CROMS).

CROMS will help us track, report, and monitor our extramural clinical research data, activities, and portfolio in real time. Learn more about CROMS and how this new tool can help you and your research team! Read the full blog post.

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