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Change in Policy Regarding Access to Research Central
Accelerating and Improving Clinical and Translational Research

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Dr. Mark Eckman has received the Clinical and Translational Research Training Program’s first-ever Teaching Excellence Award.

Twenty participants completed the 2015 CCTST Community Leaders Institute training program, enhancing community research and capacity-building competencies. more…
Slides and photos from the March 2015 conference Genomics and Ethics in Research and Medical Decision-Making are now available. more…
A study led by former CCTST KL2 Scholar Alberto Espay, MD found that patients’ perceptions of drug cost influence treatment effectiveness. more…
The CCTST community engagement awards recognize outstanding leadership in advocacy, partnership and research. more…
The team at the Center for Health Informatics reviews the interface to the clinical research data warehouse (iCREW), available to CCTST members. more…
For the first time, six area health care and research institutions have developed a collaborative review agreement for clinical research. more…
Three CTSA institutions in Ohio and their partnering institutions have established a statewide collaborative agreement. more…




Established in 2005 as a collaborative effort among the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, UC Health and the Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, the CCTST is a research resource and “academic home” for clinical and translational scientists and programs. more…

Project Showcase

cover of February 2014 issue of ‘Clinical and Translational Science’

CCTST Service Integration Model Featured in Clinical and Translational Science

The February 2014 issue includes the CTSA Profile Beyond Project-Focused Consultation to Investigator-Focused Consultation: The CCTST Integration Committee Model. Co-authored by a team of CCTST faculty and staff, the article describes how the Committee provides investigators with strategic direction and ongoing follow-up/support; identifies barriers that need modification to improve their research environment; and helps them form multidisciplinary teams.

read the full article (open access)