The NCATS CTSA Program supports team-based research to develop, demonstrate and disseminate innovations that can accelerate the translational research process to turn laboratory, clinic and community observations into interventions and benefit public health more quickly. The following opportunity aims to provide support to investigators to tackle a translational science problem no one organization can solve alone. These projects demonstrate innovations in different settings and adapt such innovations for further dissemination within and outside the CTSA Program consortium, if appropriate. The funded projects reflect the CTSA Program goals and cover a broad spectrum of translational science.
- The CTSA Program Collaborative and Innovative Acceleration Award (CCIA) supports synergistic activities that accelerate the translational research process through collaboration and innovation. This funding opportunity announcement invites applications to develop, demonstrate and disseminate innovative solutions to transform the field of translational science by addressing the inefficiencies that are common across diseases and bringing more interventions to all people more quickly through collaborative science among the CTSA Program hubs, NIH Institutes, Centers, Offices, and/or external stakeholders.
NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award Program Hubs and Partners
CTSA Partner List - FY22 (updated 9.1.2022)
NCATS Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network Consortia
NIAMS Core Centers for Clinical Research
NIAMS Centers of Research Translation
NIGMS Institutional Development Award Networks for Clinical and Translational Research
NIMHD Research Centers in Minority Institutions
NIMHD Centers for Multiple Chronic Disease Associated with Health Disparities
CTSA Program Collaborative Innovation Awards (CCIA)
The funded projects reflect the CTSA Program goals and cover a broad spectrum of translational science, ranging from diagnostics and clinical trial design to patient-reported outcomes and community engagement.
- 2022 CCIA projects
- 2021 CCIA projects
- 2020 CCIA projects
- 2019 CCIA projects
- 2018 CCIA projects
- 2017 CCIA projects
- 2016 CCIA projects
Administrative Supplements to Enhance Network Capacity: Collaborative Opportunities for the CTSA Program
The funded supplements reflect the CTSA Program goals and disseminate local innovations ranging from informatics, training and education of the translational science workforce, methods and processes, community engagement strategies, entrepreneurship, team science, clinical trial management and recruitment, regulatory guidance, to approaches to precision medicine.