Methods & Processes Domain Task Force

Goal: The scientific study of the process of conducting translational science itself enables significant advances in translation 

This Domain Task Force focuses on: 

  • Enabling CTSA programs to function individually and together as a research engine transforming the way translational science is conducted across the nation to make tangible improvements in the health of individuals and the population. 

  • Rapidly translating CTSA-generated new knowledge and technologies into health interventions in real world settings 

  • Developing technologies, methods, data, analytics and resources that change the way translational scientists approach their work. 

  • Generating and curating comprehensive data sets or other resources that catalyze science  


Third Tuesday of every other month from 2 - 3 p.m. ET.

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Last update:
10/19/2018 - 2:37pm

CLIC Staff

Julie Schwan

Julie Schwan
Julie Schwan

Robert J. White, MS

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Robert White


Brad Pollock University of California, Davis - Chair

Brad Evanoff Washington University - Co-Chair (SC)

Willard Dere University of Utah

John Buse University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Don McClain Wake Forest University Health Sciences

Timothy Hsiao NCATS

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