• Research Overview

  • The main goal of the AAST Multi-Institutional Trials Committee (MIT) is to facilitate the design and execution of multi-center projects. In this capacity the AAST-MIT enables researchers to collaborate with other centers. Typically, these collaborations include investigator-initiated projects, often without federal or industrial funding. Institutions rely on their own resources for participation.

    Research Agenda

    Trauma Studies:

    The AAST-MITC supports the national trauma research agenda created by the Coalition for National Trauma Research (CNTR) that establishes priorities in injury research (see JTACS article).  The AAST-MITC encourages proposals addressing the following Clinical/Translation research topics:

    • Resuscitation Strategies
    • Endovascular Hemorrhage Control
    • Coagulation/Coagulopathy
    • Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prophylaxis
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Elderly Trauma
    • Pre-hospital Interventions and Data Collection
    • Risk Modeling
    • Wound Healing
    • Pain Control

    Emergency General Surgery Studies:

    The AAST-MITC is currently requesting proposals for quality multi-center clinical studies in the operative and/or non-operative m

    EAST strives to collaborate with both The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Multi-Institutional Trials Committee and Western Trauma Association (WTA) Multicenter Trials Committee.  Links to EAST & WTA of these respective organizations can be see below:

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