The Ohio State University joined the eagle-i Network, thanks to efforts coordinated by the OSU Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS). The goal of the OSU CCTS has been to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines in conducting studies ranging from academic laboratory investigations to clinical trials, with an aim of identifying gaps in current health care treatment outcomes. Working with eagle-i network, OSU researchers will be able to easily identify core laboratory services, reagents, animals, specimens, and more available at OSU and throughout the eagle-i Network. This will also enable OSU to market its resources to researchers at other institutions across the country. OSU is at the beginning of their resource collection and annotation process, and plans to continue this process over the next several months, publishing additional resources to the Network on an ongoing basis.
The eagle-i Network welcomes The Ohio State University and looks forward to expanding to more Clinical and Translational Science Award recipient institutions across the country.