Fall Annual Meetings
2023 Fall CTSA Program
2023 Fall CTSA Program
November 6, 2023 - November 8, 2023
Leveraging RWD and AI to Advance Translation
The Fall 2023 CTSA Program Annual Meeting, Leveraging Real World Data (RWD) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Advance Translation, will cover topics including Decentralized Clinical Trials, AI in Clinical Research, Real World Data / Real World Evidence (RWD/RWE), and Training in the Science of Translation and will include updates from NCATS CTSA Program leadership.
The meeting goals are to provide hub leadership with an opportunity to:
- Network with their peers
- Share best practices for practical applications
- Gain knowledge through resource updates
DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC - Crystal City
300 Army Navy Drive
Arlington, VA 22202
Ph: (703) 416-4100
Eligibility to Attend
Personnel from CTSA Program hubs that have active grants are encouraged to attend. A CTSA Program hub is defined as a UL1 award with a linked KL2 award and an optional TL1 award or a UM1 award. CTSA Program hubs may consist of a single institution, or may include one or more participating partner institutions. Personnel from partnering institutions are encouraged to participate in the CTSA Program meetings.
Hub attendance is limited as follows:
- In-person attendance for each Hub is limited to five (5) people plus one poster presenter plus any speakers from that Hub.
- Virtual attendance is limited to seven (7) people.
The Poster Submission Period for the Fall 2023 Annual Meeting is now closed. For questions or support please contact us at FallPlanningCmt@ccos.ctsa.io
This year’s Poster and Networking session, held on November 7th from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM ET, is designed to provide CTSA trainees and scholars with a platform to present their work and an opportunity to network with CTSA leadership. Each hub may submit a single poster from a TL1/T32 trainee or KL2/K12 scholar related to the overarching theme of the meeting - "Leveraging Real World Data (RWD) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Advance Translation.”
The goal of this poster session is to highlight up and coming trainees and scholars and provide them with a valuable networking opportunity. If your Hub does not have a current TL1/T32 trainee or KL2/K12 scholar working in an area related to the meeting theme, we would encourage you to identify an early career candidate that fits the spirit of this poster session and request approval. Please reach out to CCOS at
FallPlanningCmt@ccos.ctsa.io to submit an alternative candidate. Exceptions will be approved on a case-by-case basis by members of the Poster Session Subcommittee.
We request that Hub Administrators manage the submission of the abstract and digital poster representing their hub to the CCOS website. The submission portal has opened and will close on October 23rd. Posters will be viewable on the CCOS website one week before the Fall Annual Meeting and presented onsite by trainees and scholars who may attend the meeting in addition to the limited number of in-person attendees from each hub. Top posters will be recognized at the closing session of the Fall Annual Meeting on November 8th.
For details, please see the linked document below under the “Additional Information" heading.
Please review the following documents:
- Code of Conduct (2023_CTSA_Annual_Meeting_Code_of_Conduct.pdf)
- Fall Planning Committee (2023_CTSA_Annual_Meeting_PlanningCommittee.pdf
- Frequently Asked Questions (Frequently_Asked_Questions.pdf)
- DCAEE Local Restaurants (DCAEE_Local_Restaurants.pdf)
- Poster Session Details (2023_CTSA_Annual_Meeting_Poster_Session_Details.pdf)
- Attendance Eligibility (Attendance Eligibility2023_r1.pdf)
Questions about the 2023 Annual Meeting? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.