Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science

Mission Statement

Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCaTS) connects researchers to the people, information and resources they need to keep medical science moving forward. CCaTS is a central hub for institutional advancement of research and education at Mayo Clinic. The center provides tools and expert consultation to support every aspect of medical research, including basic discovery science, clinical and community-engaged research, and late-stage application and commercialization.

At a Glance

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Programs

UL1 Award

KL2 Award

TL1 Award

Funded Years
2012 - 2015, 2017 - 2020
  • UL1

    UL1 Director
    Claudia
    Lucchinetti
    Physician Scientist; Professor of Neuroscience; Department Chair Neurology
    UL1 Administrator
    Laura
    Meiners
    Director of Research Center Operations
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    Jennifer
    Weis
    Research Administrator

    Education

    KL2 Director
    David
    Warner
    Professor of Anesthesiology
    KL2 Administrator
    Carmen
    Silvano
    TL1 Director
    TL1 Administrator
    Carmen
    Silvano

    Communications

    Communications Representative
    Caitlin
    Doran
    Communications Specialist

    Enterprise Committees

    Integration Across Lifespan Voting Member
    Young
    Juhn
    Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Asthma Epidemiology Research Unit
    Methods and Processes Voting Member
    Rickey
    Carter
    Professor of Biostatistics
    Workforce Development Voting Member
    David
    Warner
    Professor of Anesthesiology
    Informatics Voting Member
    Hongfang
    Liu
    Collaboration and Engagement Voting Member
    Doubeni
    Chyke

    Common Metrics

    Primary CM Contact
    Katherine
    Cornelius
    Additional CM Contacts
    Laura
    Meiners
    Director of Research Center Operations

Educational Content

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Fundamentals of Clinical and Translational Science (FunCaTS)

Fundamentals of Clinical and Translational Science (FunCaTS) is a combination of 13 online modules strategically packaged together to enable medical professionals and allied health staff to expand their knowledge of the components of clinical and translational research. These components provide the

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Essentials of Clinical and Translational Science (ECaTS)

Are you ready to take a deeper dive into the world of clinical and translational science? Essentials of Clinical and Translational Science (ECaTS) provides medical professionals with foundational knowledge of research terminology, research methods and processes, clinical epidemiology, and biomedical

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Clinical Research Orientation

Using a standardized model for onboarding, new clinical research study staff will develop and increase the knowledge and skills needed to coordinate clinical research protocols while working cooperatively with personnel at all levels. This 10-day orientation consists of approximately 20 hours of

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CTSA Visiting Scholars Program - What salivary gland mesenchymal stromal cells teach us about the pathogenesis and treatment of Sjӧgren's Syndrome

Sjӧgren's syndrome (SS), the second most common rheumatic disease contributing nine times the cost of a healthy person, has hallmark features of oral and ocular dryness due to salivary and lacrimal gland inflammation. Minor salivary glands, central to the pathogenesis and diagnosis of SS, contain

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CTSA Visiting Scholars Program - Circadian Rhythms and Cardiovascular Risk

Almost all cardiovascular variables that have been assessed at different times of day and night in humans have been found to have a day/night pattern, including blood pressure heart rate, and vascular endothelial function. These patterns result from the summation of predictable circadian effects

Opportunities

Director, Continuous Quality Improvement & Program Eval (MCCMS)

Charge The Director of Continuous Quality Improvement and Program Evaluation for the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science (MCCMS) provides strategic and operational direction to implement a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable quality improvement and evaluation system across the College

Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Task Force

The Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Task Force was established to enable, coordinate, and catalog research studies and practice demands of COVID-19. The task force manages research across the whole translational spectrum, aligning competing and duplicative studies to steward research resources and coordinates

Assessing the Impact of COVID-19 on Immunocompromised Persons: N3C ImmunoSuppressed/Compromised Clinical Domain Team

Many clinical questions have arisen with the COVID-19 pandemic, from who is at greatest risk for COVID-19 infection to adverse outcomes if infected to how COVID-19 has impacted healthcare utilization patterns. To help answer these questions, and many more, the National COVID Cohort Collaborative

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CCaTS Office of Translation to Practice Accelerating the Cycle of Innovation to Impact

The Office of Translation to Practice (OTP) is housed in the Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences at Mayo Clinic. Established in 2015, the office is tasked with developing and managing novel tools, mechanisms, and processes to facilitate and accelerate the translation of products, such as