Collaborate by working with colleagues across institutions and disciplines and focusing on team science
Identify opportunities to mentor early career investigators
Help us build collaborative research teams focused on key CTR topics
Identify key CTR research opportunities in your field and community including connections with basic science
Cite the DaCCoTA in presentations and publications
Help track our collaborative progress together based on your publications, presentations, service and awards.
Help us to help you by telling us what resources you need
Access to clinical and translational research resources including the Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design Core; the Community Engagement and Outreach Core; the Professional Development Core; and the Clinical Research Resources and Facilities Core
Receive information on funding opportunities including pilot grants and career development awards
Apply for funding
Belong to a network of colleagues and collaborators with shared research interests.
Gain access to educational and training opportunities
Researchers, non-researchers, and community members are all encouraged to join the DaCCoTA.
You must be primarily located in North or South Dakota