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Translational research involves moving knowledge gained from basic science to health care and disease prevention. The translational process has four phases, known as “T phases,” as depicted in the graphic below. To learn more about CTSI translational research, follow the links on this page.


Project Description CTSI Support Translational Phase
Investigators Find Link Between Gut Fungus and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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Voucher for core services to sequence and characterize fungal microbiomes in human and mice. T1: Preclinical and animal studies
Scientists Develop Potential New Therapy for Iron-Overload Disorders
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Voucher for core services to synthesize minihepcidin, an experimental drug. T1: Preclinical and animal studies
Experimental Device Detects Lung Cancer in the Saliva of Mice
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Voucher for core services used to identify the form and structure of exosomes that are released into saliva. T1: Preclinical and animal studies
New Cell-Harvesting Method May One Day Benefit People with Corneal Blindness
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Clinical and Translational Research Center services and support T1: Preclinical and animal studies
MRI May Offer Lower-Risk Way to Measure Pancreatic Volume
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Clinical and Translational Research Center nursing services T1: Preclinical and animal studies
Breath-Test Results Linked to Methane-Producing Gut Microbe and Obesity
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Biostatistics and study design support T1: Preclinical and animal studies
Erectile-Dysfunction Drug Alleviates Muscle Ischemia in Patients with Becker Muscular Dystrophy
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Biostatistics and study design support T2: Clinical studies to test new interventions in controlled environments
CTSI-Supported Team Receives $11 Million for Stroke-Prevention Research
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Pilot funds for preliminary data, and consultation in community-engaged research T3: Studies in real-world settings
Depression care in low-income, low-literacy, minority community
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Data analysis T3: Studies in real-world settings; dissemination and implementation
Combating Cardiovascular Disease in African American Men Through Blood-Pressure Testing in Los Angeles Barbershops
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Pilot funds to generate preliminary data on barbershop intervention, and biostatistics and study design support, consultation in community-engaged research, assistance with recruiting barbershops. T4: Interventions that improve population health