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CCTSI Membership

 Join the CCTSI!

Interested in Clinical and Translational Research or Training? Join the CCTSI!

You MUST be a member to use CCTSI services and resources or to obtain CCTSI funding. There are five membership types: Faculty, Trainee, Research Associate/Assistant, Private Sector Collaborator, and Community.

Click on the membership type that best fits you. Please complete the Membership Form (should take less than 2 minutes). Each form has space for comments or questions.

Faculty

For faculty members from UCD, UCB, CSU, or affiliated hospitals (including instructor and sr. instructor; assistant, associate, and full professor)

Trainee

For anyone in training or pursuing a degree at UCD, UCB, CSU, or affiliated hospitals (including fellows, residents, and students)

Research Associate/Assistant

For any non-faculty track researcher at UCD, UCB, CSU, or affiliated hospitals (including postdocs)

Community

For PACT community members or other community members at-large

Private or Public Sector Collaborators

For individuals from health care industries, the private sector, government, other universities or foundations engaged or collaborating with the CCTSI

 
 

Membership Benefits

  • Access to Clinical and Translational Research Centers’ (CTRC) resources
  • Access to Training Opportunities: Educational Programs, Career Development Opportunities, Leadership Training, and Mentoring
  • Access to Network of Technology Cores
  • Access to Consultative Services in Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design, Regulatory Support, and Bioethics, among others
  • Tools for facilitating collaboration
  • Pilot Project and Novel Methods funding eligibility
  • Academic promotion letters of support
  • Involvement in shaping the future of clinical and translational research

Membership Responsibilities

  • Submit information for Annual CCTSI NIH Progress Report, as requested
  • Respond to requests from the Evaluation & Tracking Core
  • Commit to and support CCTSI goals, including being an advocate and ambassador for the CCTSI within your department, school, or affiliated institution
  • Participate on Review Committees, as requested
  • Collaborate and share expertise
  • Mentor and/or train others
  • Maintain CCTSI Membership Profile