Welcome to the NNE-CTR! 

At the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network (NNE-CTR), we inspire and nurture great ideas and new relationships that improve the health of all the residents of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Through collaborations with an expanding network of academic institutions, health care organizations, and local community stakeholders, we leverage innovative strategies and technologies to address healthcare challenges unique to our region. To do that, we offer financial and research-related resources for investigators and community members who share our vision of eliminating health disparities and inequities across our three states. Together, we transform research and health infrastructures to create a healthier society.

We welcome you to explore this site. You'll find everything you need to know about why and how to become a member of the NNE-CTR (membership is free!), and you can read more about the purpose, origin, core services and funding of the NNE-CTR by clicking on the tabs above.

Join us as, together, we inspire the development of the best research and use it to help build healthier communities right here where we live.

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Explore Our Services

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Become a Member!

Membership is free. All NNE-CTR members have access to our services and support. Learn more about NNE-CTR membership and join today.

News Highlights

Here you will find archived newsletters about the great research (and interesting events) at the NNE-CTR.

Want to be Our Next News Story?

Have you started a great new project? Published a paper? Won an award? We want to hear from you! Contact us to be highlighted on our website and in our newsletters.

Questions?

Please email us with any questions or for help accessing services.

 

 

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"When the NNE-CTR Pilot Program became available with a really generous amount of money, this was the opportunity to blend what I know will work with some funds to make it happen."

- Dr. Alexa Craig, Maine Health

"The big message (from) this study and where it leads is that if you have chronic lung disease, you have to be that much more vigilant about indoor air quality."

- Dr. David Kaminsky, UVM

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