Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to accelerate the development, dissemination, and implementation of innovative biomedical research discoveries that drive improvements in health and health care delivery. As a driving force for improved health and health care delivery in Greater Cincinnati, the CCTST inspires and empowers thought-leaders to discover and implement innovative clinical and translational research while cultivating a vibrant, interdisciplinary, and diverse translational workforce.

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Funded Years
2012 - 2018, 2020 - 2021
Connect with Us

Consortium News

New findings from the Established Status Epilepticus Treatment Trial (ESETT) were released on March 20, 2020 in The Lancet that validate the use of three drugs and give acute care healthcare providers options when it comes to treating patients with refractory status epilepticus across all age groups. The Cincinnati CTSA, Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST) Acute Care

The story below, released by Cincinnati XVXU, features Cincinnati CTSA K Scholar Graduate, Carley Riley, MD, MPP, MHS, FAAP. Food for the hungry is now within walking distance for hundreds more Cincinnatians after a team of problem solvers used data analytics to strategically place food distribution centers closer to them. As part of The Kroger Co.'s Zero Hunger/Zero Waste initiative, the city of

Educational Content

University Of Cincinnati

The Acute Care Research Council (ACRC) at the Cincinnati CTSA hub was created in 2015 to develop a community of researchers engaged in pre-hospital, emergency and critical care settings with a common focus on accelerating clinical and translational research by reducing systems barriers and generating economics of scale through process improvement, resource sharing and development of best practices

ATRN Virtual Conference 2020
Wake Forest University Health Sciences
Save the Date for this Virtual Conference! September 22-23, 2020 - Tuesday, September 22: 9:45 AM - 12:20 PM - Wednesday, September 23: 9:45 AM - 12:45 PM The Wake Forest School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Science Institute (WFSM CTSI) will host the 10th Annual Summit on September 22-23, 2020. The Summit will be abbreviated and held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Upon
University Of Cincinnati

This year’s conference will address issues of critical importance to human subject protections. A new format and content have been added specifically for clinical research investigators (see half-day, morning content). Morning Content (NEW THIS YEAR! PI-focused, half-day): Comparative Effectiveness Research, Scott Kim, MD, PhD; National Institutes of Health Research Involving Biorepositories

Poster Sessions

CCTST poster submission for Fall 2019 CTSA Program Meeting.
University Of Cincinnati

The CCTST optional modules highlight our unique translational research capacity. Lifespan Data Integration established a platform for investigating transgenerational and longitudinal exposures that impact health and disease, which now includes data from 200,000 births. The Acute Care Research (ACR) Council is working to overcome challenges inherent to conducting research 24/7 across a complex


The Influence of Evidence-Based Exercise and Age Reattribution on Physical Function in Hispanic Older Adults: Results From the ¡Caminemos! Randomized Controlled Trial

Older Hispanics routinely exhibit unhealthy beliefs about "normal" aging trajectories, particularly related to exercise and physical function. We evaluated the prospective effects of age reattribution on physical function in older Hispanics. Participants (n = 565, ≥60 years) were randomly assigned

Deep learning paired with wearable passive sensing data predicts deterioration in anxiety disorder symptoms across 17-18 years

Recent studies have demonstrated that passive smartphone and wearable sensor data collected throughout daily life can predict anxiety symptoms cross-sectionally. However, to date, no research has demonstrated the capacity for these digital biomarkers to predict long-term prognosis. We utilized deep

International Comparisons of Harmonized Laboratory Value Trajectories to Predict Severe COVID-19: Leveraging the 4CE Collaborative Across 342 Hospitals and 6 Countries: A Retrospective Cohort Study

To perform an international comparison of the trajectory of laboratory values among hospitalized patients with COVID-19 who develop severe disease and identify optimal timing of laboratory value collection to predict severity across hospitals and regions. Retrospective cohort study. The Consortium