Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science

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Our Mission to the CTSA Program

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.

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Office of Translation to Practice
The Mayo Clinic Office of Translation to Practice facilitates the translation of novel products that have strong impact on clinical practice. To do so, the office enables bidirectional interactions between strategic academic and industry collaborators and Mayo Clinic researchers. Previously, Mayo Clinic investigators who wished to develop products had to forge their own product development pathways to commercialize their research. However, few investigators have the complete skills, resources, or multifunctional and multidisciplinary teams needed to oversee a product from inception through development and testing to implementation. The Office of Translation to Practice provides researchers with the skills and resources they need.

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