CTSA at the end of year one

See the impact of the $20 million grant in advancing clinical and translation research

By Bryan Goodchild

UMass Medical School Communications

June 24, 2011

One year ago, the National Institutes of Health awarded a $20 million Clinical and Translational Award (CTSA) to UMass Medical School, placing UMMS among an elite consortium of 55 nationally prominent research institutions that is working to move laboratory discoveries into treatments for patients, engage communities in clinical research and train a new generation researchers. An external advisory group visited campus this week to receive an update on what the University has accomplished during this first year.

View a comprehensive video shown to the group that summarizes the impact the CTSA has had on campus.