How ICTS membership helps you
Whether you’re a junior investigator or well established, ICTS membership can make an impact on your research and career.
Find collaborators within and across institutions.
Connect with diverse resources and consulting services.
Gain exclusive access to internal grant funding programs.
Participate in clinical and translational science training programs.
Where are you in your translational research?
You are translating laboratory findings into potential clinical solutions in humans.
You are testing initial hypotheses in early-stage and multicenter human trials.
You are translating clinical findings into everyday practice and implementing population level solutions.
You have to plan in order to take advantage of what the ICTS has to offer,” reflected Sarah Hartz, MD, PhD. “When you do, it can make a real difference.
-Jessica Mozersky, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Bioethics Research Center, Washington University School of Medicine and Sarah Hartz, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine (l to r) utilized several ICTS resources on their recently funded joint R01 grant.