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Catalog of Assets for Translational and Clinical Health Research


CATCHR is a resource (asset) identification tool that allows you to both browse and pinpoint diverse programs, infrastructure and services across the full clinical and translational science spectrum and across the entire CTSA Consortium.

The CATCHR mission is to capture and make available information on valuable and unique clinical and translational research-enabling assets and help users connect to the exact resources needed to meet collaborative research goals. CATCHR is the result of a consortium-wide cataloging effort, administered by the CTSA Consortium Coordinating Center (C4) and made possible by the contributions of content domain experts, consortium members and groups, NIH, and CTSA site administrators.

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Acknowledgments

Many Consortium members have generously provided expert feedback and guidance on the asset definitions and variables, which adds immense value to the resource. Additionally, many surveys used to collect data were developed by Strategic Goal Committees, Key Function Committees, and committee workgroups. In these instances, data collection and sharing is performed as a collaborative effort.
Support for this work is provided by UL54TR000123, an award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The information and views included are those of the author(s) and do not reflect official policy of the NIH or the United States Government.