Located at both main and regional campuses of the College of Medicine, the NCRT has successfully collaborated on research projects across the state of Florida. Our College’s community-based model of education provides an ideal foundation for the development of research collaborations across our regional campuses and rural programs. Over 2,500 clinical faculty represent FSU CoM in a variety of settings, including private, group or hospital-based practices, providing diverse real-world settings to conduct health and clinical research.
With exceptional customer service as our ultimate aim, we will work with you to facilitate and focus your research planning and design in order to execute high quality clinical research.
Serving diverse, rural and underserved populations
Ethical and responsible conduct of research
Relationship-driven, respectful research culture
Vision and innovation
Excellence and quality improvement
History of NCRT
The Network for Clinical Research and Training was formally launched in the fall of 2010. Health IMPACTS for Florida (Integrating Medical Practice and Community-based Translational Science) was our initial community-based research effort that combined Florida State’s strength in a distributed medical education model with University of Florida’s expertise in clinical and translational research. With the addition of the University of Miami and multiple healthcare institutions across the state, Health IMPACTS for Florida became the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium, uniting researchers, clinicians, patients and other stakeholders to address the State’s biggest health challenges.