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Explore the wide range of viewpoints and voices—from affiliates and partners to UCSF faculty and staff—that make up the CTSI community. Read, watch, and stay connected to learn more about how CTSI is accelerating research to improve health. We also invite you to add your voice. Contact us to learn how.

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CTSI at UCSF receives five-year, $112 million renewal funding from the National Institutes of Health.

Panel on how to leverage UCSF and national Clinical & Translational Sciences Awards (CTSA) to transform research.

Tadataka Yamada, MD, of Takeda Pharmaceuticals at a CTSI Early Translational Researach (ETR) event.

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BioMed2.0 Blog

BioMed 2.0

June 11, 2014
We’re using UCSF Profiles data to explore whether co-authorship networks are a good way to show the connections between researchers at UCSF. We can start off by looking at immediate co-authorship connections. I was surprised at how few current UCSF co-authors most users have. The flip side of co-authoring widely outside of one’s institution is that there are fewer internal co-authors:... Read more
December 13, 2013
What does a typical UCSF publication look like, in terms of the number of internal co-authors vs. the number of external co-authoring institutions? Here’s a breakdown among dentistry-related publications by UCSF researchers published in 2013. (This is the same analysis as yesterday, but looking at the number of external institutions, vs. the number of external people.) Again, I was surprised to... Read more
December 12, 2013
What does a typical UCSF publication look like, in terms of internal vs. external co-authors? Here’s a breakdown of each type of co-author, among dentistry-related publications by UCSF researchers published in 2013. Three immediate take-aways: I was surprised to see so many co-authorships between a single UCSF researcher and one or more external researchers — the very top row of results. By... Read more