Publications

  • Assigning authorship and recognizing contributions to scholarly works is challenging on many levels. Here we discuss ethical, social, and technical challenges to the concept of authorship that may impede the recognition of contributions to a scholarly work. Recent work in the field of authorship shows that shifting to a more inclusive contributorship approach may address these challenges. Recent

  • The Georgia CTSA Evaluation and Continuous Improvement (ECI) program recently completed a study providing greater insight into the range and depth of short-term influence and long-term impact made by a portfolio of 250 Georgia CTSA-supported pediatric publications. This evaluation of Georgia CTSA’s pediatric research output found a body of work that is highly impactful compared to similar work by

  • Center for Data to Health

    NCATS has created a toolkit for N3C stakeholders to assist with press releases and other media efforts. Please feel free to use!

  • From Editor-In-Chief, Lars Berglund, MD, PhD (former UC Davis CTSA PI): There is a need for an expanded pool of well qualified reviewers to enhance the Editorial Board and ensure a timely handling of submissions. I would very much appreciate if you could nominate a candidate or two at your institution for Board membership, and encourage them to submit a notice of interest as well as their CV to
  • Precision medicine has arrived, but many physicians do not have the training or time to incorporate genetic sequencing technologies into everyday practice. In two new articles published online in the Annals of Internal Medicine, precision medicine experts at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Co-Directors of the Irving Institute’s Precision Medicine Resource, Drs

  • This guidance describes the publication support provided by the CTSA Program Coordinating Center for CTSA Program publications submitted to peer-reviewed journals or similar (white paper / perspective articles) for efforts associated with Enterprise Committees or Working Groups initiated on or after January 2020 or Discussion Forums (DF) that transitioned from a Working Group whose approved start date was on or after January 2020.  Such associated groups are organized and overseen by NCATS and the CTSA Program Steering Committee, in conjunction with support from the CTSA Program Coordinating Center. Under the current Guidance all publications and editing payments must be made prior to the Coordinating Center’s end of grant (6/30/2022).

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  • The purpose of this document is to clarify the different avenues for sharing, submitting and amplifying CTSA Program-related communications by both NCATS and CLIC.

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    As a key currency of the scientific community, publications are often used as a measurement of success for researchers and research institutions. Published research allows an expansive community of scientists, healthcare professionals, government workers and more to make data-driven decisions that will improve population and patient health outcomes. The Clinical and Translational Science Award
  • Using Network Science to Increase Collaboration Across the CTSA Consortium
    University Of Florida

    Since 2012, the Network Science Program at the University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute has conducted research and implemented interventions on the collaboration networks of researchers at UF. The program currently aims to apply accumulated methods and experiences to other research institutions and to facilitate interventions on cross-institutional collaborative