Clinical & Translational Science Institute Services for Translational Investigators

Clinical & Translational Science Institute Services for Translational Investigators

We offer support for investigators during the course of their career.
Investigators Conduct Research in a Laboratory

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute helps researchers at NYU Langone plan research studies, secure funding, manage data, and collaborate with one another.

Research Support

We provide guidance and consultation to researchers in the early stages of study development and connect them with experts who can help guide experimental study design, assess data quality, assist with data analysis, build research teams, and recruit study participants. Learn more about our research support services.

Research Funding

We offer two programs to help investigators secure funding—the Collaborative Translational Pilot Project Program for research that generates foundational preliminary data for future translational research grant applications and the Resource Allocation Program for use of Clinical and Translational Science Institute services. Learn more about our research funding programs.

Data Management and Security

We ensure that the data collected in research projects at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute meet federal, state, and institutional standards for data management and security.

NYU Langone’s Office of Science and Research and Medical Center Information Technology (MCIT) provide investigators who are conducting clinical and basic science research with secure data management software that complies with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations on protecting health information.

Learn more about the information technology and informatics services available for accessing, sharing, managing, and securing your research data.

Team Science and Collaboration

We promote team science through a variety of resources that help investigators find collaborators, science interest groups, and seminars. Learn more about our team science and research collaboration resources.

Request a Research Support Service

Contact our team for help with your project.
Scientists Discuss Research Projects