• GHUCCTS Announces 2018 TBS TL1 Scholars

    Education

    GHUCCTS is proud to introduce our 2018-2019 Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) program scholars.

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  • Take the GHUCCTS IRB Survey

    Improving Multi-site Study Support

    If you have ever used the GHUCCTS IRB, please complete this brief survey. It should only take 5 minutes and will be critical in helping us improve our service to you.

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  • Register Today: 2019 ACTS Conference

    March 5-9, 2019

    Each year GHUCCTS sends staff, researchers, trainees, and scholars to present posters, lead sessions, and participate in the conference.

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  • Discovery through Diversity

    Institutions

    Member institutions provide varied backgrounds, diverse research activities, and greater exposure to a holistic community.

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  • Discovery through Diversity

    About GHUCCTS

    GHUCCTS was founded to advance the health of our community and our nation by performing research that will have a positive impact on human health and well-being.

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  • Discovery through Diversity

    Laboratory Science

    Many GHUCCTS investigators work in translational science and basic laboratories where discoveries occur. These discoveries form the basis for new therapies, drugs, and methods of disease prevention.

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  • Discovery through Diversity

    Clinical Research

    Discovery leads to clinical research studies in human volunteers with or without specific diseases. Careful testing in humans is a crucial step to adopting new basic discoveries into clinical practice.

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  • Discovery through Diversity

    Community Engagement

    Discovery also occurs in the community, where health problems are assessed and the impact of various treatments is measured across groups of patients. This is referred to as the T2 through T4 phases of translation.

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Upcoming Events

Feb
21

Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) Workshop:...

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Feb
25

KL2 Symposium: The Effect of Abnormal Sleep - Addressing...

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Feb
28

Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) Workshop: Grant...

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Meet Our Researchers

A Caccavano.jpgAdam Caccavano, MS


Adam Caccavano is a PhD candidate in neuroscience at Georgetown University. He is interested in conducting interdisciplinary and translational studies into the mechanisms underlying memory loss due to aging.

   Adam is a pre-doctoral scholar in his second year with    the GHUCCTS TBS Scholar Program... Read More