What is the Indiana CTSI, and where can I find information about the research tools it provides?

The Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute (Indiana CTSI), a partnership of Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame, with participation by community and business partners across the state, provides resources, services, training, education, and funding opportunities that enable collaboration in clinical and translational biomedical research. Established in 2008 with a $25 million award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), and refunded in 2013 with a $30 million award, the Indiana CTSI is dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities by facilitating the translation of scientific discoveries into clinical trials and new patient treatments. For more, see the Indiana CTSI website.

The Indiana CTSI Translational Informatics Program offers several tools and technologies for capturing, analyzing, and sharing data biomedical research data. For more, see the Indiana CTSI Tools page.

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