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ER Physician to Scientist via CTSA Program Support

CTSA Program hub (funded by NCATS) at UF helps physician pursue research project in sepsis patients.

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CTSA Program SMART IRB Agreement

All CTSA Program sites have signed on to the SMART IRB agreement, which will enable all participating study sites to rely on one IRB for each study.

NIH, Academia and Patient Advocate Collaboration Speeds Niemann-Pick Type C1 Research

Scientist-Patient Advocate Team Advances NPC1 Research

Patient-focused collaboration among government and academic scientists enabled the advance of a potential treatment for the rare disease Niemann-Pick type C1.

Differentiating neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells.

NCATS Seeks Stem Cell Translation Collaborators

NCATS seeks stem cell research collaborators from the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and NIH intramural and extramural communities.

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March E-Newsletter Now Available

Read about NCATS’ collaborative work to streamline multisite clinical studies, develop a new candidate drug treatment for NPC1, and more.

CTSA Program SMART IRB Agreement

All CTSA Program sites have signed on to the SMART IRB agreement, which will enable all participating study sites to rely on one IRB for each study.

Scientists around a table

March E-Newsletter Now Available

Read about NCATS’ collaborative work to streamline multisite clinical studies, develop a new candidate drug treatment for NPC1, and more.

NCATS e-newsletter displayed on a tablet

ER Physician to Scientist via CTSA Program Support

CTSA Program hub (funded by NCATS) at UF helps physician pursue research project in sepsis patients.

Two scientists in lab

Scientist-Patient Advocate Team Advances NPC1 Research

Patient-focused collaboration among government and academic scientists enabled the advance of a potential treatment for the rare disease Niemann-Pick type C1.

NIH, Academia and Patient Advocate Collaboration Speeds Niemann-Pick Type C1 Research

NCATS Seeks Stem Cell Translation Collaborators

NCATS seeks stem cell research collaborators from the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and NIH intramural and extramural communities.

Differentiating neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells.

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Funding to Repurpose Drugs

Opportunities to repurpose drugs through public-private partnerships.

Assay Guidance Manual Updates

Two new chapters added to the best practices guide.

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