The CTSI Portal
The UF CTSI portal (www.ctsi.ufl.edu) is a central resource for clinical and translational science at UF. The portal provides information for three major groups — researchers, trainees and the community at large.
Researchers will find information on more than 40 services provided by the CTSI to support all aspects of clinical and translational research — from protocol development to consulting, laboratory and clinical services. If you have ideas about how these services might be improved, please feel free to contact either Dr. David Nelson, CTSI Director and principal investigator, or Dr. Michael Conlon, CTSI Associate Director and Chief Operating Officer.
Trainees and prospective trainees will find information on a host of programs, courses and online opportunities to develop new research skills. CTSI training programs serve a wide spectrum of needs. We are always looking to improve our programs. Please contact Dr. Marian Limacher, director of the CTSI Training and Professional Development Program, with your ideas regarding training.
The community section of the portal provides information community members can use to get involved with research at UF. Many opportunities exist for involvement. The CTSI sponsors a Community Advisory Board, consisting of community leaders and citizens interested in the conduct of research. For more information about community-based programs and community involvement, please see the community section of the portal.
A vibrant news page provides information to researchers, trainees and community members. Our news is organized into “channels” focusing on various aspects of CTSI activity. You can subscribe to channels via RSS and read them on your desktop, laptop or mobile device.
You can also subscribe to our listserv to receive emails about CTSI news and events. Subscribe by emailing Claire Baralt, Assistant Director, Communications, at email@example.com.
If you ever find something on the portal that is incorrect or outdated, please drop us a note. If you have ideas for improving what you find on the portal or you find something missing, please let us know. Please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.