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CCTS Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS)

Summary:

The Ohio State University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) is a collaboration among The Ohio State University, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children's Hospital dedicated to turning the scientific discoveries of today into life-changing disease prevention strategies and the health diagnostics and treatments of tomorrow.

Funded by a multi-year Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health, the CCTS leverages expertise from every college across the University, including scientists and clinicians from the seven Health Science Colleges, the College of Engineering, OSU Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital, community health and education agencies, business partnerships and regional institutional network partnerships.

The CCTS provides financial, organizational, and educational support to biomedical researchers, as well as opportunities for community members to participate in credible and valuable research. In addition, the CCTS provides research consultation services designed to help faculty, staff and service providers manage their translational research projects.

CCTS Membership

The goal of the NIH CTSA program is to enhance the translation of basic science discovery to improve human health by enabling researchers to work in unprecedented ways to advance medical research.

To be eligible for participation in our programs and services, one must become a CCTS Member. Not only do members have full access to our programs, but they also are the first to receive exciting news about upcoming funding cycles, new voucher programs, educational events, and more through our monthly online newsletter, The CCTS Investigator. go.osu.edu/cctsmember.

This page shows resources available at the top level of CCTS. To see all resources that fall under CCTS and its sub-programs navigate to the CCTS collection: https://search.eagle-i.net/central/#inst?uri=http://eagle-i.rf.ohio-state.edu/i/00000174-9d14-5e1e-b8fb-15ae80000000

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    Research Opportunities

    • Award Mentored Career Development Grant ( Research Opportunity )

      The CCTS & OSU College of Medicine Davis Bremer Pre-K Program supports the career development of tenure and clinical track faculty in the College of Medicine who have an MD degree and who have made a commitment to conduct either patient-oriented or translational research. The Davis Bremer Pre-K Award is available for a period of two years (contingent on satisfactory progress. Applicants must be physicians credentialed by the OSU Wexner Medical Center who have Principal Investigator status.

    • Community Engagement Pilot Grants ( Research Opportunity )

      CE Pilot grants through the CE Program’s partnership with the CCTS Pilot and Collaborative Studies Program

    • Davis Bremer Path K Award Mentored Career Development Grant ( Research Opportunity )

      The CCTS & OSU College of Medicine Davis Bremer Pre-K Program supports the career development of tenure and clinical track faculty in the College of Medicine who have an MD degree and who have made a commitment to conduct either patient-oriented or translational research. The Davis Bremer Pre-K Award is available for a period of two years (contingent on satisfactory progress. Applicants must be physicians credentialed by the OSU Wexner Medical Center who have Principal Investigator status.

    • KL2 Mentored Faculty Career Development Grant ( Research Opportunity )

      The award is designed to benefit a wide spectrum of clinical or translational researchers across OSU. The award provides salary support to ensure protected time for mentored research and didactic training in clinical/translational research across a wide variety of project topics and academic areas. The overall goal of the program is to equip early career investigators to advance from mentored to independent researchers funded by NIH RO1 grants or their equivalents.

    • TL1 Mentored Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development Grant ( Research Opportunity )

      The goal of the TL1 Mentored Clinical Research Training Program is to increase the number of well-trained clinician-scientists who can lead the design and oversight of future clinical investigations critical to address the nation's biomedical, behavioral, and clinical needs. It is part of the NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) program. The TL1 award is available to: Predoctoral candidates and combined health- professional doctorate-master's candidates and to Postdoctoral trainees, including fellows and holders of research PhDs, seeking additional training in clinical research.

    Resource Collection

    • Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) ( Resource Collection )

      All resources fall under the Center for Clinical and Translational Science Collection.

      CTSA grant number: UL1TR002733:
      CCTS services, resources, and pilot awards:
      The project described was supported by Award Number Grant UL1TR002733 from the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences or the National Institutes of Health.

      CTSA grant number: KL2TR002734
      The project described was supported by Award Number Grant KL2TR002734 from the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences or the National Institutes of Health.

      CTSA grant number: TL1TR002735
      For non-competing continuation grant awards with a start date of July 1, 2013 or beyond: the NIH will delay the processing of an award if publications arising from it are not in compliance. When accessing the aforementioned services, please remember to cite and submit the CTSA grant UL1TR00273 with your publication.

      The NIH also requires researchers to submit publications to PubMed Central for all journals that do not automatically submit them.

      For more information on Cite and Submit, review the NIH Public Access Policy.

    • Office of Research Collection ( Resource Collection )

      All resources that fall under the Office of Research.

    Services

    • Appalachian Translational Research Network (ATRN) ( Support service )

      Appalachian Translational Research Network (ATRN) provides a network of academic research institutions designed to establish partnerships and connect with communities and organizations in the Appalachian Region.

    • Community Engagement Community Scientist Academy ( Training service )

      Community Scientist Academy provides an opportunity for community stakeholders to learn more about translational research and the various ways they can get involved via a six-week program (meets once per week)

    • Community Engagement Connect and Engage ( Support service )

      Connect and Engage with collaborative research partners across OSU and NCH, and with local, regional, and statewide community partners and organizations (including Central Ohio, Southeastern Ohio/Appalachia, and OSU Extension offices across the state).

    • Community Engagement Consultation and Feedback ( Support service )

      Consultation and Feedback from CE Program staff and our Community Advisory Boards (Faculty, Central Ohio, and Southeast Ohio/Appalachia)

    • Community Engagement Cultural Competency and Dissemination opportunities ( Support service )

      Cultural Competency and Dissemination opportunities to connect with stakeholders via Science Cafés & Community Advisory Boards.

    • Community Engagement Educational Opportunities ( Service )

      Educational Opportunities to help research team members learn the most effective ways to identify, engage with, and incorporate valuable feedback from their stakeholders.

    • Science Cafés & Community Advisory Boards ( Support service )

      Cultural Competency and Dissemination opportunities to connect with stakeholders via Science Cafés & Community Advisory Boards.


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