Network News & Announcements

  • Pilot Project LOIs Propose Cancer-Related Studies
    In its first year of accepting grant requests, the Pilot Project Program of the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network received nearly 60 Letters of Intent (LOIs) for potential study funding.  A handful in each of the first two rounds highlighted cancer-related aims. Due to limited funding, only the most fully-developed programs were approved, while others were encouraged to further develop and resubmit in future rounds.
  • Round 1 Pilot Project Awardees Announced
    After careful peer review of 34 applications submitted in November 2017, we are pleased to announce the five Round 1 Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network pilot project award winners.

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Who is in the NNE-CTR network? Read the Year 1 Overview

The Northern New England Clinical and Translational Research Network is gaining new members daily. We have put together an overview of registrants in year 1 and invite you to have a look.

In order to join the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network, registrants are asked to provide basic information about their education, position, experience and needs. The Year 1 chartbook summarizes the data collected from registrants through the third quarter of the network's first year (July 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018). It highlights NNE-CTR registrant characteristics and training needs, as well as supports needed to advance research engagement. Click through the presentation below to get acquainted with the members of the NNE-CTR Network, or click Join Us below to register!