NIH NCATS has released a Request for Information to solicit feedback on how the CTSA Program might be strengthened to meet its broad scientific mission of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of clinical research and translational science. In the NCATS announcement, Michael Kurilla, Director, NCATS Division of Clinical Innovation, developed an informational video which is being used in nationwide communications to explain the RFI. In the presentation, you will see the CTSI-supported Barbershop study at Cedars-Sinai and UCLA is Kurilla’s first reference in sharing select examples of activities supported by NCATS.
Click here for more information on this RFI. The RFI closes Oct. 25, 2019.