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New CTSA Funding Opportunity Now Available

NCATS has released a new funding opportunity for Clinical and Translational Science Awards.

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Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA)

The CTSA program addresses the development and implementation of national standards and best practices for translation, from basic discovery to clinical and community-engaged research. The program supports a national network of medical research institutions collaborating to transform how clinical and translational science is conducted nationwide. Learn more.

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About the CTSA Program

Read more about the CTSA program and the funded hubs conducting clinical and translational research across the country.

CTSA Funding Information

Find CTSA funding opportunities and learn more about how CTSA funding works.

Training & Career Development

Discover resources and training opportunities available through the CTSA program.

Communities & Research

Learn how the CTSA program supports a broad range of activities that engage communities in health initiatives and clinical research.

    Transforming Clinical and Translational Research

    CTSA-funded hubs aim to accelerate scientific discovery along the entire biomedical research spectrum, from basic science to patient studies to clinical practice, using an integrated approach. Information sharing at each stage of the process ensures that researchers are meeting community health needs and that progress in the clinic, in turn, informs work in the laboratory. Learn more about the CTSA program.