The Georgia CTSA supports translational and clinical research across our member institutions. As part of this effort, our Community Engagement Program (CE) functions to be a statewide leader in community engaged and translational research through facilitating relationships among diverse stakeholders that work together to advance population health.

In an effort to foster this mission, we have created a database of community and university partners across Georgia that is publicly available to facilitate collaborations. Explore this searchable database to find potential partners or connect with those doing work on health topics that may be of interest to you. You can sort, filter, and search by individual type (community or academic), health topics, or institution/organization.

We also encourage you to engage the CE along with your search of the database to select the type of support or information needed through our portal through Submit a Request. A member of the Community Engagement Program will follow up to discuss next steps.

Questions about the database, edits or additions should be emailed to:

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Community and Academic Partner Database Table
Institution/Organization Department Type Health Topic Area (HIDDEN)
Institution/Organization Department Type Health Topic Area (HIDDEN)
Historic Westside Gardens ATL, Inc Community Availability of Healthy Foods Environmental Health Environments Free of Life-Threatening Toxins Men's Health Obesity Women's Health
University of Georgia HDFS/MFT Academic Mental Health