CTSC Programs

Through a grant awarded by NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Science, the UNM HSC Clinical and Translational Science Center has developed innovative programs to improve the efficiency, quality and impact for turning explorations from our laboratories, clinics and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public.

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CTSC Programs

Provides many resources to help academic and community stakeholders form mutually beneficial partnerships for effective clinical and translational research

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The DDRC collaborates with other universities and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences to improve health outcomes by providing unique resources for rapidly translating existing drugs for use in new clinical trials.  Find more details about DDRC.

Meaningfully engages and integrates special populations across the lifespan in all aspects of CTR, as well as to provide a comprehensive means to support participant and clinical interactions. 

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The KL2 program equips a cohort of independent faculty with the training and support needed to conduct exceptional clinical and translational research.  Find out more about KL2.

Provides innovative solutions to enhance participation and collaboration in clinical and translational research. 

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OPIOIDD’s objective is to enhance and expand UNM HSC services to catalyze opioid-related CTR in New Mexico, a state which is disproportionately impacted by the opioid-crisis.

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Provides a coordinated platform for consultation and training programs for clinical and translational research. 

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Provides academic support and resources supporting investigators and their research teams

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Experienced Laboratory staff provide specialized laboratory support and services to meet the needs of each research project

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