University of Iowa | Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS)
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) at the University of Iowa was established by the Iowa Board of Regents in 2007. Home for clinical and translational science, it leverages infrastructure that includes a highly functional Clinical Research Unit that has been active for decades. The ICTS partners with all 11 colleges on campus and has a special emphasis on working in community partnerships between the academic medical center, local health care providers, and the rural patient population. Iowa’s population demographics present an opportunity to engage rural communities as active research participants in the biomedical enterprise. Our three aims highlight our priorities towards team-based research that engages the community using both technology and personal interactions to advance the delivery of health care and personal health and wellness.
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