About UMB ICTR
UMB ICTR, the First Universitywide Interdisciplinary Hub for Clinical Translational Research
Due to tremendous support from the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) campus leadership, UMB has its first Universitywide interdisciplinary hub for clinical translational research and training, servicing all campus professional schools and the community. This support will propel us forward as we reach across the city and partner with Johns Hopkins University (JHU) to accelerate advancement of clinical translational research, training, and discovery in Baltimore, Maryland, and beyond.
Jay A. Perman, MD
Chancellor, University System of Maryland
Former President, University of Maryland, Baltimore
UMB ICTR Focus
Integrating existing and developing new resources, infrastructure, and partnerships to provide an environment that enables innovation and synergy among interdisciplinary research teams and networks
Providing ICTR Core resources, including expert support staff, and financial support to clinical translational researchers to allow progress on the "scientific next steps"
Training and mentoring the next generation of diverse clinical translational scientists
Building and strengthening partnerships throughout the community — including the urban and rural underserved — through trust and respect for mutual benefit and engaging the community in identifying and prioritizing research needs
From the UMB ICTR Director, Dr. Stephen Davis
Welcome to the UMB ICTR website. This website provides the opportunity to access the exceptional quality of shared resources available across our campus. The UMB ICTR is committed to bringing together the schools of dentistry, medicine, nursing, law, social work, and pharmacy scientists and professionals to develop the best strategies for rapidly delivering these resources to our research community. The primary goals of the UMB ICTR are ...
ICTR Supporting Documents for Grant Applications
Faculty needing an ICTR Letter of Support and/or the ICTR Facilities and Resources/Environment document, please see the Acknowledging UMB ICTR webpage