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Apply for CTSA Funding to Improve Clinical Trials

NCATS has released two funding opportunities for Trial and Recruitment Innovation Centers to address key roadblocks to multisite clinical studies.


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        NCATS supports an array of grant programs and in-kind services designed to support the Center's work to transform scientific knowledge into better human health. In addition to grant funding to support research projects, core facilities, and scientific resources and tools, NCATS also provides collaboration opportunities for small businesses and other partners. In addition, NCATS supports scientific conferences and events. Learn more about open funding and collaboration opportunities.

        Search Awarded Grants

        Information on grants awarded by NCATS can be searched by the investigator's or institution's name, location, or grant or program number through the NIH RePORTER tool. This is one of many resources offered through the NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT), which provides access to reports, data and analyses of NIH research activities, including information on NIH expenditures and the results of NIH-supported research.