The Rehabilitation Research Resource to Enhance Clinical Trials (REACT) Center is funded by NIH grant 1P2CHD086851 to serve as a national resource that provides the medical rehabilitation research community with knowledge, skills, and tools needed to catalyze high-impact, interdisciplinary clinical trials.
REACT serves as the coordinating center for the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource, or MR3 Network, a consortium of six centers nationwide providing expertise, technology, and resources to support clinical and translational research in medical rehabilitation.
The central goal of the REACT Center Pilot Studies Program is to catalyze the success of medical rehabilitation researchers and interdisciplinary teams by providing consultation, seed funds, key expertise and resources for the conduct of innovative pilot projects, early-stage proof-of-concept studies, and futility studies needed to shape more definitive clinical trials. Learn more about the application details and deadlines.
Our Scholar Awards program provides support to investigators via consultative services with Center faculty/staff and expenses associated with the use of UAB core research facilities.
In our early results, 50% of medical rehab researchers responding to our needs assessment survey are using wearable devices, biosensors, or mobile health apps in their work.
Complete our quick & easy survey to tell us what you need to conduct your medical rehab clinical trials!