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CTSI Programs

Our CTSI programs reflect the resolve of Wake Forest Baptist to become a leading “learning health care system” at the forefront of translating scientific discoveries to impact patient care, transforming to generate and apply the best evidence for the collaborative health care choices of patients and providers, driving the process of discovery as a natural outgrowth of patient care, and ensuring innovation, quality, safety and value in health care. We embrace the National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine) definition of a learning health care system as one that delivers continuous, real-time improvement in care effectiveness and efficiency by aligning science and informatics, patient-clinician partnerships, incentives and culture. Our integrated organizational structure positions us well for the exciting work ahead responding to CTSA opportunities.

Learn more about the CTSI through past presentations from our CTSI Seminar Series

Learn About CTSI Objectives

Through innovative programs and initiatives the Clinical and Translational Science Institute aims to accomplish a number of important objectives in line with advancing the health care system. Learn more

WFSM's 2015 CTSA Proposal

Want to learn more about what the Clinical and Translational Science Award means for Wake Forest School of Medicine and opportunities for the Wake Forest community? Read the full 2015 proposal.