The UMB ICTR Announces the 2019-2020 ATIP Grant Program Funding Opportunity! Application Deadline - January 7, 2019. Click here for more information.
What is the UMB Institute for Clinical & Translational Research (ICTR)?
The UMB ICTR is a clinical translational research initiative supported by the UMB campus.
The UMB ICTR is a campuswide clinical translational research initiative supported by the UMB campus. The UMB ICTR provides financial support as well as infrastructure, environment, training, and workforce to invigorate, facilitate, and accelerate clinical translational research to improve patient and community health. This site will highlight ICTR-supported resources as well as other campuswide shared resources and community-engagement activities. If you are unsure of the "next steps" or have problems with the ICTR website, please email ICTR Research Navigator and visit this site often for new and expanding UMB ICTR resources. To learn more about UMB ICTR and the tremendous support from the UMB campus, visit About UMB ICTR. PLEASE NOTE: At this time, UMB ICTR resources and funding are available only to Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor faculty.
October 25, 2018 | Fadia T. Shaya, PhD, MPH, UMB School of Pharmacy, Professor and Program Chair, Drugs and Devices Collaborative (D2C) and Associate Director ICTR Informatics Core, Co-Chairs with FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health on workshop about lessons learned and best practices for engaging community in medical device development.
October 17, 2018 | Dr. Fernando Wagner, UMB SSW, will be partnering with Promise Heights on his ATIP project, Community-Engaged Translational Research for Smoking Cessation among Pregnant Women in Public Housing
April 24, 2018 | The CTSA program helps support high quality translational and clinical research locally, regionally, and nationally and fosters innovation in research methods, training, and ...
March 01, 2018 | The UMB Voucher Program awards vouchers (micro grants) to enable preliminary work and generation of pilot data on clinical and translational research projects and to defray the cost of non-ICTR Core services as well as community engagement research expenses. UMB faculty with IRB-approved ATIP grants, K awards, or other federally-funded or extramural, peer-reviewed grants may be eligible for up to $10,000 in voucher support. Other UMB faculty may be eligible for voucher support up to $5,000.