CIRTification Acknowledgments

About the Author

At the time CIRTification was developed, Emily E. Anderson, PhD, MPH was project director at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS). She is currently assistant professor of bioethics and health policy at the Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University Chicago.

Dr. Anderson has doctoral training in research ethics as well as experience conducting community-engaged research and serving on institutional review boards.

Special Thanks

For providing substantive input during the development of this curriculum, the following members of the Executive Committee of C3 Consortium and CCTS Community Engagement Advisory Board:

  • William Baldyga
  • Barbara Dancy
  • Linda Graham
  • Charles Hoehne
  • Lynn Podraza
  • Marilyn Willis

For research assistance and for the title of the program:

Jae Truesdell and Ashley McKinney

For reviewing materials, the Executive Committee of the C3 Consortium:

  • William Baldyga, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Juana Ballesteros, Greater Humboldt Park Community of Wellness, Northwestern University
  • ARCC Steering Committee
  • Cynthia Barnes-Boyd, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Deborah Burnett, University of Chicago
  • Katherine Christoffel, Northwestern University
  • Carol Ferrans, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Cerrelda Jones
  • Jen Kauper-Brown, Northwestern University
  • Doriane Miller, University of Chicago
  • Bernetta Pearson, National Black Nurses Association, University of Chicago, Community
  • Advisory Review Counsel
  • Ronald Rembert, Family Christian Health Center
  • Karriem Watson, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Cassandra Welch, University of Illinois at Chicago, CERC Community External Advisory Board

...And to Glenda Fulton of the National Sarcoidosis Society and Bernetta Pearson of the National Black Nurses Association