CTSA Committees & Activities

Oversight Committees

Clinical Integration Committee Workgroups:

Steering Committees

Education / Career Development

The CTSA Education / Career Development Steering Committee will provide a forum for the advancement of integrated and interdisciplinary education, training, and career development in the clinical and translational sciences and serve as a clearing house for novel concepts, methodologies and approaches in curriculum development, program development, clinical research training and recruiting. The Education / Career Development Steering Committee will facilitate the dissemination of new teaching ideas, the sharing of curricula and planning for shared courses.

CTSA Education Resources at Mayo

CTSA Training Activities at UCSF

NIH coordinator(s) Carol Merchant (NCRR)
Carol Shreffler (NIEHS)
David Wilde (NCRR)
Members

Trans-NIH CTSA
Krishan Arora (NCRR)
Mimi Ghim (NIDA)
Franziska Grieder (NCRR)
Kevin Hardwick (NIDCR)
Steve Korn (NINDS)
Donna Jo McCloskey (NCRR)
Carol Merchant (NCRR)
Laura Moen (NIDDK)
Fred Ognibene (NCC)
Andrea Sawczuk (NCRR)
Bert Shapiro (NIGMS)
Carol Shreffler (NIEHS)
Meredith Temple-O'Connor (NIGMS)
Marc Walton (FDA)
David Wilde (NCRR)
Franklin Adkinson (Johns Hopkins)
Olaf Andersen (Cornell)
Dean Bajorin (Cornell)
Melissa Begg (Columbia)
Nancy Brown (Vanderbilt)
Joseph Craft (Yale)
Charles Flexner (Johns Hopkins)
Victoria Fraser (Washington U)
Sherine Gabriel (Mayo)
Deborah Grady (UCSF)
Jennifer (Jen) Greenier (UC Davis)
Bob Holloway (Rochester)
Julianne Imperato-Mcginley (Cornell)
Wishwa Kapoor (Pittsburgh)
Razelle Kurzrock (Texas)
Dan Lowenstein (UCSF)
Emma Meagher (UPenn)
Frederick Meyers (UC Davis)
Pamela Mitchell (UWashington)
Shirley Moore (Case Western)
Cynthia Morris (OHSU)
Eugene Oddone (Duke)
Neil Powe (Johns Hopkins)
Jeffrey Probstfield (UWashington)
Richard Rudick (Case Western)
Sarah Schlesinger (Rockefeller)
David Schteingart (Ann Arbor)
Linda Welage (Ann Arbor)
Yan Shan Zhu (Cornell)
Previous Meetings
(2007)

April 20, 2007

All committees have NIH representation not to exceed 1/3 voting membership.