Faheem Guirgis

improving health through RESEARCH

The UF CTSI accelerates the translation of scientific discoveries into practice for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure of human disease.

Events, Seminars, and deadlines

CTSI Certificate

Accessing Environmental Health Databases

Friday, June 21, 2019 | Noon – 1:30 p.m. | Room announced after registration
The UF CTSI is creating a training course to prepare new and existing UF/CTSI Clinical Research Coordinators and staff to run Precision Medicine (PM) and Precision Public Health (PPH) research trials which may use local and population level environmental health data. The first module is called “Accessing Environmental Databases.” CTSI certifications of completion will be available for those who attend the training course. 


On the evening of Thursday, June 13, the CTS-IT will be upgrading REDCap's OS from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.
All of Us Anniversary
The mission for All of Us complements ours: to support health research and improve health for all Americans.
CTSI Director David R. Nelson, MD
CTSI Director David R. Nelson, MD, has been named senior vice president for health affairs at UF and president of UF Health.

CTSI Resources

Patient with CTSI
Assisting study teams with

Research services

The CTSI Service Center offers assistance with study design, recruitment, data management and more. Not sure where to start? Study navigators can help.
Research Day
translational workforce

Education and training

Clinical and basic science investigators, study coordinators and others can find courses, seminars, and training programs in translational science.
Health Street
Community opportunities to

Participate in research

Want to participate in a study? Learn more about the research process? The CTSI offers community members many paths to become involved in research.