CTSI at UCSF - Quick Facts (2011 retreat)
 

CTSI at UCSF - Quick Facts (2011 retreat)

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Learn about the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at UCSF, and how it's working to accelerate research to improve health.

Learn about the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at UCSF, and how it's working to accelerate research to improve health.

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CTSI at UCSF - Quick Facts (2011 retreat) CTSI at UCSF - Quick Facts (2011 retreat) Presentation Transcript

  • Accelerating Research to Improve Health
  • What is CTSI?
    • Cross-school, UCSF-wide institute with scientist leaders at its helm
    • Provides infrastructure, services and training to support clinical and translational research
  • What is CTSI?, continued
    • Develops broad coalitions and partnerships locally and nationally to enable a transformation of the research environment
  • CTSI Quick Facts
    • Established in 2006
    • 200+ faculty collaborated on successful NIH proposal
    • Supports all 4 UCSF schools
    • Received 5-year renewal award in 2011 (second largest institute of its kind nationwide)
  • National Reach
    • CTSI is among the first of the 60-member, NIH-funded CTSA awards consortium
  • Affiliates
    • CTSI achieves its mission by working with a range of institutions across the Bay Area:
    • Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
    • Kaiser Foundation Research Institute
    • Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
  • Affiliates, continued
    • California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3)
    • San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • J. David Gladstone Institutes
  • Affiliates, continued
    • Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center
    • Blood Systems Research Institute
    • Jewish Home of San Francisco
    • San Francisco Dept. of Public Health
  • CTSI ’06-’10 Achievements
    • Supported the clinical research of 1,500+ researchers from UCSF and affiliates
      • Includes wide-ranging resources across 8 Bay Area clinical research sites
    • Provided UCSF investigators with 22,000+ hours of expert consultations since 2006
      • Service areas range from biostatistics to research ethics
  • CTSI ’06-’10 Achievements, cont.
    • Launched UCSF Profiles
      • Online networking and collaboration tool that enables the discovery of research expertise at UCSF
    • Created the UCSF Participant Recruitment Service
      • Helps researchers find and enroll participants in UCSF clinical studies
  • CTSI ’06-’10 Achievements, cont.
    • Awarded $4.5+ million in pilot awards
      • Proportionally distributed across UCSF’s 4 schools
    • Established SF Bay HIP
      • SF Bay Health Improvement Program brings together diverse community partners with the goal of creating measurable improvements in health in the Bay Area
  • CTSI ’06-’10 Achievements, cont.
    • 28:1 ROI on initiative to advance multi-site clinical studies
      • In an impact study on one of CTSI’s small grants programs, an investment of $485,000 resulted in $14 million in new research funding for UCSF
    • 100% increase in competitive career development grants for faculty scholars
  • CTSI ’06-’10 Achievements, cont.
    • Initiated the T1 Catalyst Award
      • Provides pilot funding and extensive consultations to accelerate the development of commercially viable treatments and diagnostics
    • Increased the proportion of budget recovered through revenue by 50+ percent