TIN Proposal Consultation
Are you a lead investigator of a multi-site clinical trial? Our TIN Liaison team can help you partner with the Trial Innovation Network (TIN), which will connect you with experienced clinical trialists and experts in recruitment from across the CTSA Program.
Full-time faculty with a study in the development phase (not yet funded) may apply for clinical trial consultations based on the need of the PI. There is no fee for an initial consultation with the TIN.
Faculty must meet with the UR CTSI TIN liaison team and obtain approval from one of the UR CTSI directors.
Request a Consultation
- Proposals will be evaluated by the network for feasibility, potential for operational innovation, resource requirement, and ability of the TIN to deliver services/consultations.
- Approved proposals will be assigned to a Trial Innovation Center (Duke University, University of Utah, or Johns Hopkins University) or the Recruitment Innovation Center (Vanderbilt University) and services/consultations will be provided after decisions are made.
- Looking for more answers? Check out TIN’s proposal process and frequently asked questions.
Standard Due Dates
Please refer to the grant application cycles by NIH and check your target grant due date as early as possible. If you submit your proposal to the UR CTSI’s TIN liaison team approximately 3-6 months prior to the grant submission deadline, you would have more choices for TIN support criteria.
All proposals submitted to the TIN are kept confidential and only disclosed to the extent necessary to provide consultation or services. University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry executed The Trial Innovation Network Umbrella Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA) which is effective until July 31, 2028.