The University of Pittsburgh Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is an integral part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) nationwide network that provides the support necessary to bridge the gap between innovative approaches to research and effective clinical and public health practice and policy.EXPLORE RESEARCH SERVICES
We help synthesize University-wide programs and new initiatives to promote a more comprehensive understanding of the tangible benefits to health practice that can be realized from clinical and translational research. We are innovation leaders who take great pride in the number of successful projects with which we have assisted.WHAT WE DO
Our collection of interactive playbooks provide guidance on recruitment and regulatory issues, as well as information on using social media to promote research.EXPLORE THE PLAYBOOKS
Get in contact with CTSI to learn more about research services, guides and tools, funding opportunities, and more.CONTACT US
The ACT Network is committed to adding to the national scientific knowledge base and spreading innovation, a goal which is accomplished with the help…February 17, 2021
Inside you will find information about a new training program for research assistants, resources for regulatory guidance, advice regarding using socia…February 3, 2021
Inside you will find information about the Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh) awards, engaging stakeholders in research projects, educational and fundi…November 25, 2020
Grab a steaming cup of joe for CTSI’s new Virtual Coffee Break series! In the premiere episode, Dr. Mylynda Massart, and a special guest, discuss the…October 7, 2020
Mistrust of vaccines runs deep in African-American communities. Against formidable odds, Father Paul Abernathy and his teams are trying to convince re…October 7, 2020
Join Mylynda Massart and Hanifa Nakiryowa as they discuss the truth and importance of receiving a Covid-19 vaccine. while answering questions and helping to eliminate any fears associated with getting the vaccine.
Pitt+Me Registry, a database of more than 200,000 adult and pediatric participants, is an innovative voluntary database of individuals who have consented to be contacted for potential participation in research studies. The registry’s novel software matches participants with studies for which they may be eligible.