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Resources and Services

CCTSI supports translational research by providing resources, integrating facilities and services, developing innovative research tools and catalyzing interdisciplinary research programs.

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Each year, the CCTSI awards more than $2 million in pilot grants, microgrants, and pre-doctoral and post-doctoral research scholar awards. You can find more information on each grant and how to apply

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Education, Training and Career Development

The Education, Training and Career Development (ETCD) program provides clinical-translational scientists and trainees with knowledge, training and career skills

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Clinical Translational Research Centers

The CTRC provides infrastructure, resources and dedicated space to conduct clinical research.


| 08:30 AM - 01:40 PM
Come to the Ninth Annual CCTSI CU-CSU Summit: “Evolving Impacts of COVID-19: Research Advances in Colorado and Beyond”  

The CU-CSU Summit will be completely online.

The aim of the CU-CSU Summit is to engage researchers at all levels of training from each CCTSI partner institution – CU Anschutz, CU Denver, CU Boulder and Colorado State University – who are interested in learning more about research resources, analysis and collaborations on the topic of the Evolving Impacts of COVID-19: Research Advances in Colorado and Beyond.
With this annual conference, the CCTSI seeks to foster new collaborations and innovative research across campuses.
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