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2024 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings

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2024 Spring CTSA Program 

Group Meetings

April 5, 2024 - April 6, 2024


The 2024 Spring CTSA Program Group Meeting offers consortium members an opportunity to convene in person, share knowledge and ideas, and collaborate across Program Groups. The Steering Committee, Communicators Group, and Enterprise Committees will have designated sessions that will facilitate panel and group discussions to support the strategic goals of the individual groups and the CTSA Program. Note: Virtual participation via Zoom will be enabled for these meetings.


In addition to the CTSA group meetings, a UL1/UM1 PI meeting will be held for CTSA PIs to discuss emerging issues with NCATS and to network and learn from PI colleagues. Note: This will be an in person meeting only.

Meeting Location

Paris Las Vegas

3655 Las Vegas Blvd S 
Las Vegas, NV 89109 

Ph: (702) 946-7000 


Hotel Reservations

Please note that the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) has extended their hotel room block to the Spring CTSA Program meeting attendees. When you complete your registration for the CTSA meeting, your confirmation message will include a link to the room block associated with the ACTS Conference, which is being held on April 2-5 at the Paris Hotel (same location as the CTSA Program meeting). For more information about the ACTS conference, please visit Translational Science (actscience.org). 

Eligibility to Attend

Personnel from CTSA Program hubs with active grants are encouraged to attend the 2024 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings. The CTSA Program hub is defined as follows:

  • Is a UL1/UM1 awardee 
  • Linked to a KL2 award 
  • Optionally, linked to a TL1 award 

CTSA Program hubs can consist of a single institution plus the possibility of one or more partner institutions. Hubs in no-cost extension are also eligible to attend. Participation in the meeting by personnel from partnering institutions is encouraged as well. Refer to the NCATS CTSA Program Funding Table and/or the Notice of Grant Award websites to determine eligibility. 


Prior approval through NCATS is required for attendance of participants outside of an eligible CTSA Program hub.


In Person Attendance

The CTSA Program encourages voting members to attend the CTSA Group meetings. Due to space restrictions, in person attendance is limited to five (5) people per hub. There is no limit on virtual attendance. UL1/UM1 Principal Investigators with active grants may attend the networking meeting on Friday, April 5, 2024; this meeting is in person only and will not be supported virtually.


Virtual Attendance 

CTSA members may register to attend the meeting virtually via Zoom. While we will aim to support virtual participation, there will be limited audio support during group discussions for virtual attendees. There is no limit per hub for virtual attendance. 

This meeting takes place in, and is streamed live from, Las Vegas, Nevada. All times on the Agenda are Pacific Daylight Time (UTC/GMT-7). 


Las Vegas Proof of Vaccine Mandate

As of September 2023, the CDC does not require proof of full vaccination to travel within the United States. Face masks are not currently required either. 

Food and Beverage

Per the NIH Efficient Spending policy, CCOS is unable to provide food and beverages at the 2024 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings.


Attendees will be on their own for food and beverage during the Spring meetings; water stations will be set up in each of the meeting rooms. There are restaurant and café options at the meeting hotel and within walking distance (Local Restaurants). 

Additional Information

Please review the following documents:


Questions about the 2024 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings? Please contact CTSASpringMtg@ccos.ctsa.io.

Coordination, Communication, and Operations Support (CCOS) is funded by theNational Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health.

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