Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance

Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance

Mission Statement

The institutions of the Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance leverage their complementary strengths to accelerate clinical and translational education, research, and community engagement to impact health in Georgia and beyond. Translation is the process of turning observations in the laboratory, clinic, and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public.

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Programs

UL1 Award

KL2 Award

TL1 Award

Funded Years
2012 - 2020
Connect with Us
  • UL1

    UL1 Administrator
    Andrew
    West
    Senior Center Administrator

    Education

    KL2 Director
    Henry
    Blumberg
    Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), Epidemiology, and Global Health
    TL1 Director
    Henry
    Blumberg
    Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), Epidemiology, and Global Health

    Communications

    Communications Representative
    Amy
    Stehlik
    Communications Manager, Georgia CTSA

    Enterprise Committees

    Methods and Processes Voting Member
    John
    Hanfelt
    BERD Director
    Workforce Development Voting Member
    Henry
    Blumberg
    Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), Epidemiology, and Global Health

    Common Metrics

    Primary CM Contact
    Eric
    Nehl
    Director, Evaluation and Continuous Improvement
    Additional CM Contacts
    Nicole
    Llewellyn
    Manager, Evaluation & Continuous Improvement

Educational Content

Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research

The Georgia CTSA—a partnership between Emory University, Georgia Tech, Morehouse School of Medicine, and the University of Georgia—is offering a free, online educational resource that introduces foundational Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) concepts through written material, videos
Three female researchers talking in front of a poster

Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference

Hosted by the Georgia CTSA, the Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference, held virtually on March 4 - 5, 2021, brings together researchers from across the region to present the best new clinical and translational research and build collaborative relationships. • Featured talks

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Black Men in White Coats: A Film Screening & Discussion

Emory School of Medicine and Morehouse School of Medicine invite you to join Black Men in White Coats: a film screening and discussion in honor of Black History Month. This documentary dissects the systemic barriers preventing black men from becoming medical doctors and the consequences on society

Three female researchers talking in front of a poster

Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference - Call for Abstracts Due November 9

Hosted by the Georgia CTSA, the Southeast Regional Clinical & Translational Science Conference, held virtually on March 4 - 5, 2021, brings together researchers from across the region to present the best new clinical and translational research and build collaborative relationships. Clinical and/or

Georgia CTSA Rapid Response Team: 48-Hour Approval for COVID-19 Study

The Georgia CTSA Rapid Response Team expedited high-priority studies of experimental therapeutics and vaccines. Emory's first COVID-19 patient began receiving infusion therapy of Remdesivir within 48 hours as a result of Georgia CTSA's assistance in coordinating the approvals needed. Representatives

Georgia CTSA: Innovation Catalyst Program

Georgia CTSA – The Innovation Catalyst Program

The goal of CTSAs across the nation is to “get more treatments to more patients more quickly”1. One effective pathway to reach patients is via commercializing biomedical innovations. However, within an academic environment, researchers often do not have access to or experience with building the