As a service organization, we help researchers get their work done by offering support in a number of areas.
Clinical & Translational Science Training Program offers a variety of training opportunities for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral trainees.
CTSI Online Education offers online courses in Designing Clinical Research, Responsible Conduct of Research, How to Write a PCORI Grant and more.
Implementation Science online courses address how interventions can be better integrated into practice. An online certificate program is also offered.
Mentor Development Program offers seminars and online materials that address the benefits and challenges of mentorship, communicating effectively and balancing work-life.
Funding & Grant Writing
CTSI Pilot Awards provides funding for career development, team science, and pilot projects by junior investigators.
Catalyst Awards support the development of Diagnostics, Devices, Therapeutics and Digital Health. Catalyst combines customized advice and access to industry expertise with funding.
Proposal Libraries are maintained that show examples of successful UCSF proposals, providing helpful guidance to researchers as they prepare their proposals. (UCSF access only)
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Consultation Services offers expert advice in multiple areas including Study Design & Implementation, Biostatistics, Data Management, Recruitment and much more. Investigators receive one hour of free consultation per unit.
Clinical Research Services (CRS) assists investigators in translating promising clinical research ideas into successful protocols. CRS integrates eight clinical sites across San Francisco and Oakland that provide an array of adult and pediatric services, including nursing, sample processing, and phlebotomy.
UCSF Clinical Trials is a website that allows study participants to search UCSF clinical studies and contact study teams to express interest. The website pulls from clinicaltrials.gov and other data sources and displays the information in a participant-friendly user interface.
UCSF Cores allows researchers to easily search UCSF shared instruments and services.