Utah CTSI has particular distinctions in medicine and genetics. We foster multi-disciplinary research, academic research, clinical research, and community-based research.
Education and training, supported by the Workforce Development Foundation for Discovery, accelerate the pace of discoveries in life sciences rapidly translating these into clinical practice.
The Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO) supports investigators and research teams in departments, centers, and colleges across campus to conduct clinical research. Provide the navigation, tools, and services to support clinical research across campus.
Our administration is often part of the investigator's experience and starts with expert committees leading to services that support research from bench to beside.
COVID-19 is a pandemic turning our world upside down. Check out the resources CCTS offers on this pandemic and the press coverage we've received over the past year.
The CCTS Community Collaboration and Engagement Team supports researchers’ engagement and collaboration with community members, patients, and other stakeholders. To address the need for social distancing due to COVID-19, the...
Beginning in January 2020, clinical research teams will begin reporting accrual data in uTRAC. This will apply to all IRB approved projects that meet the NIH definition of a clinical...
THE UTAH CENTER FOR CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE in conjunction with Grant Writers’ Seminars & Workshops presents Write Winning Grant Proposals – in 3 parts CORE, NIH & NSF March...
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