Florida State University
- The University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute and its CTSA hub partner, Florida State University, serve as a catalytic hub connecting resources, people and ideas across the state and the CTSA consortium. The CTSI amplifies the capabilities of individual and team investigators, and helps them more effectively and more quickly carry out clinical and translational research. The CTSI performs three central functions: 1) transforms and continuously improves the research environment by developing new capabilities for research and translation to practice; 2) delivers high-quality and efficient services and resources for translational research; and 3) cultivates a strong translational workforce. In 2013, the CTSI led creation of the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium in collaboration with FSU, the University of Miami CTSA hub and other stakeholders to extend the impact and reach of translational science throughout the nation’s third-largest state.
- January 12, 2022University of Florida faculty are leading a multistate team to boost COVID-19 and influenza vaccination rates in parts of the country where health care skepticism is common and vaccination rates are low. With the emergence of the highly contagious omicron COVID-19 variant, experts say it is more important than ever to provide people with information and access to protective vaccines. The Our
The Director of the Network for Clinical Research and Training (NCRT) is a member of the Division of Research & Graduate Programs leadership team and coordinates closely with the Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and Medical Student Research and the Assistant Dean for Research Administration. The Director of NCRT supports the clinical and translational research activities for the College of
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The University of Florida and Florida State University Clinical and Translational Science Institute Hub (UF & FSU-CTSI Hub) through its partnership immediately launched a COVID-19 Taskforce, spanning both institutions. Taskforce working groups began addressing both local and hub issues covering: Laboratory Research; Clinical Research; Outcomes Research; Education & Workforce Development Solutions
The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium represents a strategic integration and expansion of CTSA hub partnerships throughout Florida to create a statewide infrastructure for patient-centered research in diverse health care settings. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Miami and affiliated health care systems, health plans, providers