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Acknowledgment of NIH Funding on Publications/Projects

All publications/projects resulting from the utilization of any SCTR Institute resources are required to credit the CTSA grant.

 

Grant Citation Language

"This publication [or project] was supported by the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute, with an academic home at the Medical University of South Carolina, through NIH Grant Number UL1 TR000062."

 

KL2 Scholars should cite grant KL2 TR000060, as follows:

"This publication [or project] was supported by the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute, with an academic home at the Medical University of South Carolina, through NIH Grant Numbers KL2 RR029880 and KL2 TR000060."

 

TL1 should cite grant TL1 TR000061, as follows:

"This publication [or project] was supported by the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute, with an academic home at the Medical University of South Carolina, NIH/NCATS Grant number TL1 TR000061."

 

 

SCTR Boilerplate

South Carolina Clinical & Translation Research Institute (SCTR). The SCTR Institute was established in 2006 in response to the NIH CTSA Program, a Roadmap Initiative funded by the National Center for Research Resources, aimed at transforming approaches to research and discovery implementation.  The main thrust of the CTSA Program is to catalyze the development of inter-disciplinary research initiatives to accelerate the translation of discoveries into improved therapies and clinical practice while breaking down programmatic boundaries.  SCTR received NCRR funding in July 2009.  SCTR is comprised of 11 overall programs including: the SUCCESS Center (Research Support and Navigation Services); the Clinical & Translational Research Center (formerly the GCRC); Biomedical Informatics Program; Design, Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Clinical Research Ethics Program; Regulatory Knowledge & Support Program; Pilot Projects Program; Novel Clinical & Translational Methodologies Program; Translational Technologies & Resources Program; Community Engagement & Research Program; and the Education & Training Program.  SCTR has robust state-wide collaborations with affiliate members including the University of South Carolina, Health Sciences South Carolina, Clemson University, Greenwood Genetics Center, South Carolina Research Authority, and the Charleston VA Medical Center.