CTSI, through its Participant and Clinical Interactions Core (PCI), supports multiple resources to advance clinical and translational research. CTSI Clinical and Translational Research Centers (CTRCs) and Research Networks are available to provide inpatient and outpatient facilities, staff, equipment, laboratory testing, and other research resources.
Children's Hospital of UPMC Clinical and Translational Research Center (P-CTRC)
The P-CTRC supports pediatric research.
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC Clinical and Translational Research Center (MWH-CTRC)
The MWH-CTRC specializes in women's health research, gynecology, oncology, sigmoidoscopy, HIV/AIDS treatment, infertility, fetal and maternal medicine, and reproductive services.
Multidisciplinary Acute Care Research Organization (MACRO)
MACRO specializes in the identification and enrollment of patients in acute care settings into research studies.
Neuroscience Clinical and Translational Research Center (N-CTRC)
The N-CTRC specializes in sleep, circadian and psychophysiological studies of health and disease conditions across the lifespan.
Newborn Research Support Service (NuRSERy)
NuRSERy supports research targeting newborns and postpartum mothers.
Physical Therapy Clinical and Translational Research Center (PT-CTRC)
The PT-CTRC specializes in exercise physiology testing and rehabilitation.
Pediatric PittNet (PittNet)
Pediatric PittNet is a pediatric primary care practice-based research network focused on facilitating the translation of research discoveries into practice by promoting collaboration among clinical investigators, practitioners, and other practice-based networks in order to improve children's health.
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Clinical and Translational Research Center (UPCI-CTRC)
The UPCI-CTRC specializes in Phase I and Phase II oncology and pharmacokinetics studies.
UPMC Montefiore Clinical and Translational Research Center (MUH-CTRC)
The MUH-CTRC supports inpatient and outpatient studies, oncology, vascular studies, and pharmacokinetics.