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Accelerating Discoveries Toward Better Health

The UF CTSI is funded in part by the National Institutes of Health's Clinical and Translational Science Award program, which is led by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and supports a consortium of 62 leading medical research institutions.

UF CTSI participates in University of Miami CTSI ‘CaneSearch’ event

Several representatives from the UF CTSI participated in the University of Miami’s recent ‘CaneSearch’ event, a daylong research forum celebrating the launch of the Miami CTSI. The forum focused on obesity and collaboration and included a discussion with Dr. David Nelson, director of the UF CTSI, titled “One…

New reports demonstrate how CTSAs support NIH institutes and centers

2011 CTSA Annual Summary for the National Institute on Aging A UF CTSI investigator and a UF CTSI-affiliated research volunteer are highlighted in annual summaries recently published by the national CTSA Consortium Coordinating Center to demonstrate how the Clinical and Translational Science Award consortium helps advance the goals of NIH…

NIH announces five new CTSAs, adds coordinating center

The National Institutes of Health today announced five new Clinical and Translational Science Awards to accelerate scientific discoveries into treatments for patients. Administered by the National Center for Research Resources, these 2011 grants extend the CTSA consortium to 30 states and the District of Columbia. With these most…