The DR3N 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.
The KL2 program equips a cohort of independent faculty with the training and support needed to conduct exceptional clinical and translational research.
UNM is one of 17 participants in the Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program, a national seven-year research initiative funded by the National Institutes of Health. The Center for Pediatric Trials is working with diverse nationwide populations of children with a focus on upper and lower airway health and development; obesity; pre-, peri-, and postnatal outcomes; and development of cognition, emotion and behavior.
The RHRSN is a collaboration of CTSAs with the mission to identify, test, and disseminate best practices of performing community engaged clinical and translational research among rural providers and communities.
The mission of team science is to promote collaborations and multidisciplinary clinical translational research at the University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Center, across the state and our region, and among Clinical Translational Science (CTSA) Hubs.