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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Brad Pollock University of California, Davis - Chair
George Mashour University of Michigan - 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