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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.

I-Corps@CCTSI Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship Training Program

| 08:30 AM - 03:00 PM
Cost/fee: Free to Accepted Participants
Marianne Johansen

I-Corps@CCTSI is a team-based course designed for faculty, staff, students and off-campus partners.

The program guides teams through the early stages of customer discovery where they can test the business model hypotheses for their innovation.

It was developed for academic researchers by serial entrepreneurs working with the National Science Foundation.

The program can be helpful to:
   - Learn the true value of your innovation
   - Develop a clear and concise value proposition
   - Move your innovation off campus and into the real world
We are now taking applications for this FREE short course, team-based training for October 10, 11 and November 1, 2024.

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