NCATS CTSA Steering Committee

As part of efforts by the new NCATS CTSA Steering Committee to emphasize focused project activity and streamline the consortium, the CTSA committees were closed effective February 17, 2014. All information related to those committees and their operations has been archived on the respective committee pages. Please direct any committee-related inquiries to

The NCATS CTSA Steering committee provides the leadership for sharing of policies, practices, and resources and discussion of opportunities, impediments, joint agreement on broad issues impeding clinical research and other appropriate topics. The Committee will identify and recommend best practices and policies that will advance clinical and translational research as a discipline and facilitate collaboration and sharing among CTSA and non-CTSA institutions and with partners in clinical and translational research, e.g., industry, laboratories, hospitals.


  • Chair: Elaine Collier - NIH/NCATS/Acting Director of Division of Clinical Innovation
  • Vice-Chair: Mary Disis - University of Washington

For archived information and documents related to the former CTSA Steering Committee click here.
For archived information and documents related to the former CTSA Executive Committee click here.

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Austin, Chris (NCATS)
Koroshetz, Walter (NINDS)
Barohn, Richard (Kansas)
Luzuriaga, Katherine (UMMS)
Clore, John (VCU)
Nadler, Lee (Harvard)
Collier, Elaine (NCATS)
Reis, Steven (Pittsburgh)
Disis, Mary (UWashington)
Selker, Harry (Tufts)
FitzGerald, Garret (UPenn)
Shanley, Thomas (U Michigan)
Green, Alan (Dartmouth)
Toto, Robert (U Texas Southwestern at Dallas)
Johnston, S. Clay (UCSF)

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