Georgia CTSA Impact Report

We are excited to share insights into the ongoing work of researchers at the Georgia Clinical and Translation Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA). Together for more than a decade, this Alliance supports a statewide group of investigators who successfully collaborate across institutions, often with colleagues throughout the Southeast region and with other CTSA hubs across the U.S., to turn observations in the laboratory, clinic and community into interventions that improve health.

Over the past twelve years, this partnership has supported more than 1,500 investigators in over 300 research areas. The Impact Report highlights just a few of those stories – new clinical and translational investigators who are now actively engaged in research, medical discoveries and cutting-edge technology patented and in use today, and patients and communities who are already benefiting from the Alliance’s work. These accomplishments serve as inspiration and motivation for the entire Georgia CTSA community, as we grow the essential work of supporting our investigators through innovative initiatives to improve health in Georgia and beyond.

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