University of California, Davis

Mission Statement

The CTSC provides a centralized resource dedicated to facilitating biomedical research through innovation, collaboration, and expertise. Specifically, the CTSC: (1) serves as a hub for clinical and translational research resources, (2) expands and refines a collaborative and innovative training and education environment, (3) integrates community partners into the translational research enterprise, (4) leverages crosscutting research resources, and (5) functions as a catalyst across the translational research spectrum.

Through its various programs and resources, the UC Davis CTSC provides the essential infrastructure for building research teams of the future to improve human health.

At a Glance


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UL1 Award

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Funded Years
2012 - 2020
Connect with Us
Page Administrators
Vincetta (Kitty)
Executive Director

Educational Content


CTSpedia: A Knowledge Base for Clinical and Translational Research

CTSpedia was created as a national effort to collect wisdom, tools, educational materials, and other items useful for clinical and translational researchers and to provide timely and useful advice to clinical and translational researchers with specific problems. About the CTSpedia Project CTSpedia
I-Corps Regional Short Course

I-Corps@NCATS Regional Short Course

Based on the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) program, the premier federally-funded innovation and commercialization training in the U.S., I-Corps@NCATS provides biomedical scientists, clinician scientists, and engineers with a new approach to accelerate the translation of

Health Science Data Day 2020

Data-Driven Research for Better Health This interdisciplinary day highlights the latest innovation, applications, and training in health data sciences, and will involve speakers and attendees from across UC Davis and its health research partners. Data Science Workshops Introductory and intermediate

Applying CTSA Principles to a COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

The UC Davis CTSC applied the CTSA program goals to assist the division of pulmonary and sleep medicine with the recruitment, examination, and treatment of a diverse array of participants into an industry-funded COVID-19 vaccine trial. The project encompassed all five of the CTSA program goals and

Enhancing Human Health Through Collaboration on Companion Animal Research

The vibrant partnership between the UC Davis School of Medicine (SOM) and School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) goes back to the inception of the medical school in 1972. The SVM is a premier veterinary school ranked 1st in federal funding. The UC Davis SOM is one of the fastest rising U.S. medical