How to Become an Georgia CTSA Research Investigator?

Any research investigator with an appointment at Emory University, Morehouse School of Medicine, Georgia Institute of Technology, or University of Georgia is eligible for Georgia CTSA support.

In order to utilize the resources available from the Clinical Research Network (CRN), protocol review and approval by the CRN Scientific Advisory Committee is required. The submission form and supporting documents can be found here.

If you need ethics, regulatory knowledge, biostatistics, epidemiology, research design and/or biomedical informatics support please click Submit a Request. If you are searching for equipment, collaborators or training, click here. Finally, for funding opportunities for clinical and translational investigators, click here.

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K-Club: The Evolution & Utility of a Functional Mentor Team-January 8

The K-Club provides an educational forum to assist fellows and faculty. Presented by Emory’s Ravi Patel, MD, MSc, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Neonatology; Cassandra Josephson, MD, Professor, School of Medicine, Pathology; Kirk...

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Call for Abstracts & Register: Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Conference

Day One: Attendees are invited to learn more about the Georgia CTSA services and ways the alliance accelerates clinical and translational science in Georgia and beyond. Georgia CTSA education, clinical research support, collaboration and...