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Tissue Chips in Space Funding

NCATS seeks applications through its Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program for research at the International Space Station lab focused on human physiology and disease.


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November/December E-Newsletter Now Available

Read about NCATS’ new clinical innovation director, a CTSA Program-supported community-based research consultation service, the Center’s latest annual report, and more.


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NCATS-Supported Researchers Show Value of CBR Consultation Service

CTSA Program-supported researchers developed a community-based research (CBR) evaluation model to gauge how consultation services help translate clinical observations into treatments.


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NCATS Issues Annual Report

NCATS' newly released annual report highlights the Center’s major milestones and achievements and showcases innovative collaborations.


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New Funding Opportunity to Repurpose Existing Drugs or Biologics

NCATS released a funding opportunity to explore a potential new use of an existing drug or biologic through its Bench-to-Clinic Repurposing initiative.


More Center News

Michael G. Kurilla Joins NCATS

Michael G. Kurilla is the new director of the Division of Clinical Innovation.

Time Sensitive Information

For CTSA Program Hub Applications to Meet FOA Due Dates on or after Feb. 2, 2018

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Director's Corner

Assay Guidance Manual

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Interested in creating biologically, physiologically and pharmacologically relevant assays for early-stage drug discovery? Check out our best-practices Assay Guidance Manual.

Work with Us

Learn more about all the ways that potential grantees, partners and collaborators can access NCATS support to advance translational science.

  • NCATS Programs & Initiatives
    NCATS encourages partnerships that cross many scientific disciplines and research sectors in pursuit of translational success.
  • Small Business Opportunities
    NCATS’ small business programs help entrepreneurs develop and commercialize new translational technologies.
  • Expertise & Resources
    NCATS staff are experts in translation, and the Center’s resources support pre-clinical and clinical activities.
  • Licensing Opportunities
    NCATS makes it easy for industry and academia to interact and partner with Center laboratories and scientists.