Investigation Training Through Classroom & Clinical Mentorship
The CTSI transforms the approach to education and training that is required to accelerate the pace of discoveries in the life sciences and the rapid translation of these discoveries into clinical practice. It is designed to enhance the development of all individuals involved in translational science and to reengineer the training of future investigators in each step of clinical research from bench to bedside and finally to practice in the community.
The training core brings together faculty and trainees from basic science and clinical research departments, the graduate and medical schools, academia, health care delivery, and the biopharmaceutical industry.
The CTSI is funded by the NCATS‘ Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program (UL1TR002538). View Cite and Submit for details.
R01 Writing Groups
R01 Writing groups for NIH new investigators are held three times a year in preparation for each of the NIH submission dates. The writing group is a comprehensive, 6-month program utilizing a multi-faceted approach to provide participants with the tools and knowledge needed to write a successful R01 or equivalent application.