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  • Apply for the KL2 Scholars Program

    Are you a junior faculty member conducting clinical + translational research?

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  • Take your idea to the next level

    Consider applying to the Innovations Program.

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  • Nurturing Translational Research

    Learn more about the CTSI's investment in translational research at Penn State.

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  • How can we help you?

    The CTSI facilitates connections to resources and services that help to accelerate research discoveries that ultimately benefit human health. How can the CTSI help you?

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  • Enhance your research through community engagement.

    The CTSI offers consultation services on community engaged research.

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  • StudyFinder

    A new search tool makes finding Penn State Hershey research volunteer opportunities more convenient.

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  • What is translational research?

    Learn about the phases of translational research and why it is essential to advancing human health.

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  • eagle-i

    eagle-i, a nationally prominent resource catalog and search tool, is now available at Penn State! By improving the flow of relevant information through the biomedical research community, eagle-i has the potential to accelerate development of diagnostics, treatments, and prevention strategies.

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Accelerating discoveries to benefit human health

Recent CTSI News

Summer program trains the next generation of clinical and translational researchers

6/21/17 SITE Program kicked off June 20

Institute recruiting new scholars for KL2 Program

6/13/17 KL2 Scholars Program applications now open

Volunteers can now find all research studies, clinical trials in StudyFinder

6/7/17 Search clinical trials and research studies at Penn State

New recruitment tool available for Penn State researchers

6/1/17 StudyFinder now includes all Penn State research studies

Share your ideas for the future of research informatics on May 19

5/8/17 Researchers invited to discussion on research informatics