The Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance Community Engagement Program functions to be a statewide leader in community engaged and translational research through facilitating relationships among diverse stakeholders that work together to advance population health. Please select the type of support or information you think you need. A member of the Community Engagement Program will follow-up to discuss next steps.

  • Schedule a Meeting to Discuss/Present Your Community-Engaged Research or Health Initiative Concept with the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance’s Community Engaged Program’s Community Steering Board
  • Find Out More About the Georgia Clinical Translation Science Alliance Community Engaged Program’s Community Engaged Research Committee: Offers On-Going, Project-Specific Support (4 times a year x 2 Hour Meetings or 8 Hours Per Year) Over the Course of an Initiative
  • Find Out How to Include the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance Community-Engagement Program’s Community Steering Board as the Advisory/Governance Board for Your Research Grant or Health Initiative

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