Clinical and Translational Science Institute

The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute exists to speed discoveries toward better health.

UF Health CTSI
  • During more than 50 years of NIH funding, the CTSI’s Clinical Research Center has been at the forefront of gene therapy, pharmacogenomics and research on rare diseases.

  • In 2017-18, teams in the CTRB contributed to research projects supported by 318 awards totaling more than $243 million.

  • The CTSI serves as the coordinating center for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium, which bridges the nation’s third-largest state to two national research networks. UF led the creation of OneFlorida in 2013 in collaboration with Florida State University and the University of Miami.

  • UF and OneFlorida received a five-year,$12 million award in 2018 to serve as a recruitment center for the NIH All of Us precision medicine initiative. As part of the Southeast Enrollment Center, led by the University of Miami in collaboration with UF, Emory University and Morehouse School of Medicine, OneFlorida will enroll more than 4,000 participants per year in this national research program to advance precision medicine by gathering health data from more than 1 million people in the U.S. UF will also serve as the data coordinating center for the SEEC.