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The UW-Madison CTSA
The goal of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) is to create an environment that transforms research into a continuum from investigation through discovery and to translation into real-life community practice, thereby linking even the most basic research to practical improvements in human health.
Through the interdisciplinary nature of the ICTR (Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy) and the College of Engineering, the mission is to change the UW culture from “silos” to collaborations among ICTR members and within the entire university. With this UW team and ICTR’s northern partner Marshfield Clinic, our Institute expects major advancements in clinical and translational research.
Learn more about ICTR here.
Latest ICTR News
- New Postdoctoral Training Program Provides Bridge to Translational Science Research Careers
- Informatics Infrastructure Improvement Leads to Novel Recruitment Tool
- Stakeholder Engagement Resources Expand
- What is the SMART IRB?
- Influenza Vaccine Trial Uses ICTR-Supported Clinical Networks & IRB Infrastructure
- UW ICTR Today Newsletter | V9 N4 2016
- 2016 Class of Clinical Investigation & Clinical and Translational Science Students
- Meet Our New PhDs in Clinical Investigation
UW Campus Partners
Leadership Team Changes at School of Nursing
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing is implementing a new organizational and leadership structure that includes, among other changes, a new associate dean and chief of staff.