Centers and Networks

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute collaborates with and supports four centers of excellence that span the spectrum of research translation, from basic laboratory discoveries to applications in clinical practice or community health. The Institute also supports specialized research networks that foster collaborations throughout the region and with clinicians.

Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics

Mission: to conduct hypothesis-driven, rigorously designed, initial investigations of novel therapeutic interventions for human diseases. Click here to visit their website

Clinical Research Center

Mission: provide an optimal setting for medical investigators to conduct safe, controlled, inpatient and outpatient studies of both children and adults. Click here to visit their website

Center for Research Implementation and Translation

Mission: tailor, test, and systematically incorporate clinical research findings into clinical practice, and develop novel research methods for the field. Click here to visit their website

Center for Community Health

Mission: join forces with the community to eliminate health disparities and improve health through research, education and service. Click here to visit their website

UNYTE Translational Research Network

Mission: increase the quality and quantity of translational research in the Upstate New York region through collaborative research and resource sharing. Learn more about the UNYTE Translational Research Network.

Greater Rochester Practice-Based Research Network

Mission: bring together primary care clinicians and researchers in a collaborative model to improve patient care and outcomes through biomedical research. Learn more about the Greater Rochester Practice-Based Research Network

Click the following link to view other URMC research centers.


NIH Funding Acknowledgement ** Important ** All publications resulting from the utilization of CTSI resources are required to credit the CTSI grant by including the NIH FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.