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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) Program

The CTSA Program is designed to develop innovative solutions that will improve the efficiency, quality and impact of the process for turning observations in the laboratory, clinic and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public. Learn more.

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About the CTSA Program

Learn more about the CTSA Program and clinical and translational research across the country.

CTSA Program Funding Information

Find CTSA Program funding opportunities and frequently asked questions.

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 patients and communities in health initiatives and clinical research.

    Transforming Clinical and Translational Research

    Turning scientific discoveries into clinical advances often is an inefficient process due to insufficient resources and too few specially trained researchers. NCATS’ CTSA Program supports an innovative national network of medical research institutions — called “hubs” — that work together to improve the translational research process to get more treatments to more patients more quickly.

    CTSA Program hubs collaborate locally, regionally and nationally, fostering innovation in training and research methodologies. NCATS continues to build on the strong foundation of the CTSA Program to tackle system-wide scientific and operational problems to make the clinical and translational research enterprise more efficient. Learn more about the CTSA Program.