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Research Services

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) aims to assist investigators with obtaining access to resources, services, and people. A typical barrier is knowing where to find services, information, expertise, or people and how best to connect to them. 

The CTSI's Research Navigation service provides a central contact point to make those connections by introducing researchers to resources throughout Wake Forest, providing 1 to 1 consultation for investigators and staff, fielding researcher inquiries, and facilitating the collaboration of multidisciplinary scientific and administrative teams. Contact a Research Navigator

Project Managers are also available to provide support of new project development, grant submissions, or management of established activities. Learn more.

Mobile Computing

Mobile devices are available for loan to test and develop projects and currently includes iPads and iPods. Learn more.

Programming Support

Programming support provides access to experienced programmers for advanced project needs related to data collection, reporting, and tool development. Learn more.