The CTSI Service Center provides a range of services and resources to investigators performing translational research across campus.
The CTSI Service Center’s programs, resources and core facilities can assist you in:
Not sure where to start? Research navigators can help direct your team to the right resources. Please see the table below for a list of CTSI services and contacts.
Initial consultations for all services are offered at no cost. If a study requires special or extended involvement of staff, cost may be assessed. We will discuss all available options at the first consultation.
Please contact any of the CTSI services listed below as early in the process as possible, even before you have submitted a grant proposal.
Holly Morris, RN, MSN, CCRC, CHRC
CTSI Director of Research Services email@example.com 352.294.5881
Bob Kolb, RN, MS, CCRC
CTSI Research Project Navigator firstname.lastname@example.org 352.273.8882
Design a Study
Design a study, determine appropriate sample size and perform statistical analysis.
Baiming Zou 352.294.5933 email@example.com
Assistance with engaging citizen scientists in research projects.
Katherine Blackburn 352.294.5989 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tabs for resources, training, IRB, safety and ethics, standards and templates and professional associations.
Terry Selfe, PhD 352.273.8420 email@example.com
Data Management and Software
Design and develop custom applications for research.
Chris Barnes 352.273.8876 firstname.lastname@example.org
Capture data with this secure, web-based application.
Receive guidance on IND, IDE application and reporting requirements.
Sheila Austin, MS, CIP 352.273.8702 email@example.com
Consultation, auditing, SOP development, batch releases and training to ensure GCP, GLP and GMP.
Corinne Holman 352.273.5133 firstname.lastname@example.org
Receive guidance on regulatory submissions, informed consent, IRB submissions and ClinicalTrials.gov registration and compliance.
Tiffany Pineda 352.273.5132 email@example.com
Consult an expert on clinical trials and Data Safety Monitoring Boards.
H. Robert Kolb, RN, MS, CCRC 352.273.8882 firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistance with developing recruitment strategies, creating recruitment materials and evaluating recruitment methods.
April Braxton 352.294.5880 email@example.com
Recruit participants from the community, including underrepresented populations.
Teina Phillips, MPA 352.273.5468 firstname.lastname@example.org
Access clinical data for cohort identification and recruiting, and to answer research questions.
Alex Quinones IRBDataRequest@ahc.ufl.edu
Implement grant-funded research in real-world settings throughout the state.
TaJuana Chisholm 352.294.5978 email@example.com
Addresses critical roadblocks in clinical research and accelerate the translation of novel interventions into life-saving therapies.
Holly Morris, MSN, RN, CCRC, CHRC 352.294.5881 firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities for outpatient and inpatient research including nursing, dietary and lab support.
Janet King 352.294.5882 email@example.com
Clinical Research Support Services
Clinical research study monitoring services.
Socorro “Tet” Pata 352.273.5516 firstname.lastname@example.org
Consult with experts on applying human-validated assessment measures of behavioral concomitants of disease or therapeutic interventions.
Sara Jo Nixon, PhD 352.294.4920 email@example.com
Store biological samples securely in a CAP-certified facility.
Amer S. Abouhamze 352.273.9498 firstname.lastname@example.org
Use structural and functional MRI services for human subject research.
Song Lai, PhD 352.294.5597 email@example.com
Receive training and services for induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) derivation and related reprogramming technologies.
Katherine Santostefano 352.392.2690 firstname.lastname@example.org
Simulate processes to promote patient safety.
Samsun Lampotang, PhD 352.294.8148 email@example.com
Design and perform genetics and pharmacogenetics studies with expert consultation.
Taimour Langaee, PhD 352.273.6357 firstname.lastname@example.org
Use metabolomics services, including mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance and bioinformatics.
Alisha Mitchell-Roberts 352.627.9177 email@example.com