The availability of outpatient and inpatient research facilities and support is vital for performing clinical and translational research. The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) provides a centrally administered and coordinated network of Clinical and Translational Research Centers (CTRCs). Clinical research nursing services, bionutrition services, and core laboratory resources are available.
The CCTSI collaborates with the Colorado Prevention Center (CPC) and other clinical research organizations to make additional clinical trials design and management resources available to researchers.
To access CTRC resources, Investigator must become a CCTSI Member and submit a CTRC protocol for review by the Scientific Advisory & Review Committee (SARC). Upcoming Committee dates are provided below:
Important: Any publications, patents, projects, or other tangible outcomes that benefit from CCTSI resources are required to credit the CCTSI grant by including the NIH Funding acknowledgment.
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CCTSI is supported in part by Colorado CTSA Grant UL1 TR001082 from NCATS/NIH.
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