Chief Administrative Officer
Director of Science Communication
Director of Finance
Junior Fund Manager
Evaluation, Program Manager
Evaluation, Program Analyst
Evaluation, Program Analyst
Evaluation and Grants Submission Unit, Junior Research Associate
Evaluation, Junior Research Associate – Admin Specialist
GSU, Director of Operations
GSU, Project Manager & Trial Innovation Network Liaison
GSU, Senior Project Manager
GSU, Operations Coordinator
GSU, Project Manager
CTSI Communications provides assistance and guidance with publicizing events, news and announcements. Please see the table below for publicity options, deadlines and contacts.
|UCLA CTSI bi-weekly newsletter||Published every other Wednesday; contains announcements from the CTSI website (e.g. events and news sections). View the 2020 and 2021 newsletter schedule.|
|Post events/news to CTSI website (homepage)||Submit to email@example.com. Please allow up to 48 hours for processing.|
|Post fliers||Individuals/CTSI programs are responsible for the design, photocopying and distribution. Please obtain a logo by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tabling||Contact Deborah Herman for use of the CTSI table cover.|
|Poster sessions||Contact email@example.com to obtain poster templates.|
|CTSI program-area brochures||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a template and/or edit existing content. Text and design must be reviewed and the printed through CTSI Communications.|
|Branding/CTSI logo requests||Contact email@example.com to obtain the logo.|
|PowerPoint templates||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the templates.|
The CTSI Finance team coordinates all aspects of pre- and post- award management of the CTSA, including administration of pilot and core voucher awards. The team works closely with the UCLA Office of Research Administration including the Office of Contracts and Grants Administration (OCGA), Extramural Fund Management (EFM), and Research Policy & Compliance (RPC). Our team acts as the point of contact with NIH for all fiscal matters pertaining to the CTSI grant awards.
The Grants Submission Unit (GSU) supports the grant application process, with particular emphasis on large and complex grants. Tools and services may include provision of grant writing outlines and detailed checklists of required components, project management and multi-site coordination, review and editing of grant narrative for consistency, clarity and responsiveness to the FOA.
In the cases of large proposals that advance the goals of CTSI, GSU provides hands-on management of the grant-writing process, including collecting biosketches, drafting and soliciting letters of support, and compiling resources and other boilerplate text.
The CTSI Evaluation Unit provides the evidence base for accelerating innovation and continuously improving operational effectiveness and efficiency of the CTSI. It collects and analyzes relevant data and provides transparent, timely evaluation to increase accountability. To perform these tasks, the CTSI uses a variety of data collection instruments and tools, including:
Evaluation collects operational metrics from each of the CTSI program areas. These metrics measure resource use, service satisfaction, productivity, and adherence to program timelines and milestones, and health impact.