There are three grant awards that make up the total Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA), the mechanism that the NIH uses to fund the ICTR. Here is information about each of these awards:
The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) is dedicated to creating a new model for conducting clinical and translational research throughout the Johns Hopkins University, by addressing critical obstacles that impede the progress of basic science discoveries to the clinic, clinical discoveries into the community and results back to the research community. This is accomplished through the fostering of communities of translational scientists, providing coordinated expert consultation through a research studio, pilot grant funding, key clinical and translational infrastructure to help researchers implement their research, and through the training and career development of the next generation of translational scientists.
Principal Investigator: Daniel E. Ford, MD, MPH
Funding Agency: National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), NIH
Project Dates: 09/26/13 to 04/30/18
Current Budget Period: Grant Year 4, 05/01/16 to 04/30/17
Funding: $48,669,057 Direct; $59,450,170 Total
Year 1: $6,179,289 Direct; $7,485,218 Total
Year 2: $10,632,544 Direct; $12,911,238 Total
Year 3: $10,632,604 Direct; $12,911,237 Total
Year 4: $10,632,606 Direct; $12,911,238 Direct
This is the principal grant mechanism that funds the ICTR. Most faculty who receive salary support from the ICTR should use this grant number on their other support page. This is also the grant number that should be cited in publications for most projects that receive ICTR support.
Funding: $2,161,600 Direct; $2,270,530 Total
Year 1: $432,320 Direct; $454,106 Total
Year 2: $436,760 Direct; $458,901 Total
Year 3: $441,200 Direct; $463,696 Total
Year 4: $445,760 Direct; $468,621 Total
This is the grant that funds the ICTR’s predoctoral training program in clinical investigation. It only funds stipends and program costs for predoctoral trainees. It should not generally be used in any citation or other support page.
Funding: $9,478,974 Direct; $10,171,291 Total
Year 1: $1,206,414 Direct; $1,294,527 Total
Year 2: $2,068,140 Direct; $2,219,191 Total
Year 3: $2,068,140 Direct; $2,219,191 Total
Year 4: $2,068,140 Direct; $2,219,191
This is the grant that funds the ICTR’s Clinical Research Scholars career development program. It only funds junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows who are appointed to this program. These scholars should include this grant on their other support page and should cite this grant in any publications arising out of their time spent in the program. Faculty who are associated with the KL program but not actually appointed scholars (program faculty or mentors, for example) should cite the UL grant, above.