Looking for project development and manuscript support? Access the expertise you need.

Catherine Schwarz shares more about one of the WashU D&I consulting services, the Dissemination and Implementation Research Core (DIRC). Hear from our group of DIRC consultants here!

Dissemination and Implementation Research Core (DIRC)

This research core at the WashU Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) offers methodological expertise to advance translational (T3 and T4) research so it can move into routine, real-world use. 

Services include: support with literature reviews of D&I science, grant writing, manuscript preparation, and connections with national experts on Dissemination & Implementation science.

Services are available to all entities, including for-profit organizations, with priority given to members of ICTS.

DIRC questions? Contact Catherine Schwarz at dirc@wustl.edu.

Step-by-step DIRC consultation process

While DIRC is focused on more general implementation science, WashU also offers targeted diabetes translation research consultation:

Dissemination and Implementation in Diabetes Research Core

This research core at the WashU Center for Diabetes Translation Research offers a range of services that support and enhance diabetes translation research. 

Services include: assistance with conceptualizing and designing Dissemination & Implementation research questions, plus support for grant and manuscript development.

Services are available to full-time WashU faculty who have an interest in conducting translational research in diabetes.

Looking for something else?

We can help connect you to WashU’s broad network of Dissemination & Implementation researchers.