We are delighted to have you on board as a member of the overarching CTSA Program. One of the objectives of the program is to promote collaboration and communication to address translational challenges that no one team can overcome in isolation. We hope our role as the program’s coordinating center will help encourage that.
Below is a list of actions that will help you become familiarized with our site and the resources available to you through CLIC. A PDF copy of our On-Boarding document can be requested. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please reach out to us.
Martin Zand & Deborah Ossip, CLIC co-directors
- Learn about CLIC and what services we provide
- Meet the CLIC team
- Register for the website and encourage your team to as well
- Participate by joining groups, such as the Domain Tasks Forces or Additional Groups (note: some groups have different membership requirements)
- Learn about the Common Metrics Initiative
- Start conversations or ask questions on the CLIC forum. Make sure to introduce yourself!
- Search for new career opportunities or sabbatical opportunities as well as funding and collaboration opportunities
- Learn about the competencies for translational science or find trainings
- Share your news, events and opportunities with the CTSA Program
- Discover other hubs and see their representatives
- Visit the other CTSA Program Coordinating Centers:
- Join the monthly CTSA Program webinar
- Subscribe to newsletters:
- Connect with us on social:
- Use the Suggestion Box to suggest topics of interest for discussion at PI Meetings, Steering Committee Meetings, CTSA Program Meetings, or Consortium Activities
Why Do I Need to Login?
While some of the features of the CLIC website are publically available, many sit behind a login. For example, in order to do the following, you’ll need to create an account and login:
- Submit events, opportunities, trainings and news
- Join groups and access member only materials
- Post on the forum
- Be listed as an offical hub representative