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Pittsburgh, PA 15261
The primary focus of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is to develop, nurture, and support a cadre of clinical and translational scientists as they navigate the increasingly complex research system. The Institute seeks to integrate investigators across the full spectrum of translational research from bench to bedside to health practice so they are able to collaborate and to leverage each other’s knowledge, experiences, and perspectives. The CTSI also supports the development of novel research methods and the design of new clinical research informatics tools.
The Institute has 10 Cores through which participants from the University of Pittsburgh as well as academic, community, and industry partners engage in this mission:
Clinical Research Resources (including former GCRCs)
Design, Biostatistics, & Ethics
Education, Training, & Career Development
Pilot Study Funding
Shared Research Resources
Details on shared resources and services available through these Cores can be found through the linked Websites. Inquiries to use any CTSI service or resource begin with completion of an online form through which you can customize your request.