NCATS is seeking comments from all stakeholder communities on how they can strengthen the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program to meet its broad scientific mission to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of clinical research and translational science. Key stakeholders include academic health centers, scientific research organizations, healthcare delivery organizations, and healthcare providers; individuals involved in the translational pipeline to improve health in the community including those public and private partners who fund such research and services; those who provide education and training in the translational science process; and members of the public who are advocates, clinicians, patients, and community leaders seeking better diagnostics, treatments, preventions, cures, and overall general good health.

Responses must be submitted by October 25, 2019.  All comments must be submitted online.