Coordination, Communication, and Operations Supportfor the NCATS CTSA Program
The CTSA Program is designed to develop innovative solutions that will improve the efficiency, quality and impact of the process for turning observations in the laboratory, clinic and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public.
The Coordination, Communication, and Operations Support (CCOS) Center serves as the coordinating center for the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program. Our primary goal is to facilitate the work of collaborative scientific teams within the CTSA, while also providing logistical support and ensuring a smooth flow of data, information, and insights throughout the network. To achieve this, the CCOS Center offers a range of services to CTSA stakeholders. These services include the development of websites and software applications, analysis of the real-world impact of the CTSA, communication across the consortium, support for collaboration and team science, logistics assistance for meetings and conferences, and program-specific training.
Announcements and Events
Release Version 1.8 of the new CCOS Website
CCOS is pleased to announce the next website release, featuring updates to the poster gallery for the Fall Annual Meeting found on the Program Meetings page. In addition, the release includes updates to the Working Group page, including five new working group pages and a Working Group Proposal Reviews section. This section will aid Steering Committee voting members in the proposal review process.
Release Version 1.7 of the new CCOS Website
The newest CCOS website release features the poster submission form for the Fall Meeting. Please note that only the Hub Administrator can submit a poster. The deadline to submit is Monday, October 23rd. For more details on poster submission and to access the submission form, visit the poster section on the Fall Meeting webpage. The release also includes the addition of two new group pages for the Evaluators and the QA/QC Consortium Groups. View these pages to learn more about each of the groups.
Learning Health Systems Collaborative Workshop
Translational Science 2024