Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI)


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Contact PI Organization:
University Of Colorado Denver

Awards: UL1, TL1, KL2


Our Mission to the CTSA Program

  •  Catalyze and enhance scientific discovery, innovation, dissemination and translation across the lifespan
  •  Educate and sustain a resilient, innovative and diverse translational science workforce
  •  Promote and ensure an efficient, safe, collaborative and integrated research environment
  •  Engage stakeholders and communities across the entire translational spectrum

In short, our mission is to support, connect and train our CTR teams.

Optional Core

Early Life Exposures Program (ELEP) and Innovation Ecosystem (PIVOT)
The ELEP will provide an innovative platform for prospective, observational and experimental approaches as a national model for CTSA hubs engaged in lifespan research. Aim 1: Expand and streamline our broad-based, multidisciplinary organizational structure to promote Early Life Exposures clinical-translational research in the CCTSI. Aim 2: Provide coordinated research support and development. Aim 3: Foster new education and training opportunities in Early Life Exposures research. The Innovation Ecosystem program will embrace innovation and commercial translation to advance biomedical discoveries into the marketplace. Aim 1: Catalyze an academic entrepreneurial culture and workforce by expanding the reach of bio-entrepreneurship training opportunities, fostering entrepreneurial networking, and demonstrating career trajectories for clinical and translational science innovators. Aim 2: Accelerate the development of commercializable innovation through customer discovery by Innovation-Corps (I-Corps™) teams. Aim 3: Accelerate health impact demonstration through active navigation to resources within the CCTSI ecosystem to provide mentorship, domain expertise, and accelerator funding.

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