Make nominations for Advanced Translational Leadership in Academic Science Program

The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) is accepting nominations for the Advanced Translational Leadership in Academic Science (ATLAS) Program. ATLAS is a leadership in team science program intended for mid-career and senior level investigators in clinical and translational research. The goal is that investigators will be equipped with skills to become leaders in team science, and also form new collaborations across the partnering institutions. ATLAS will start in March 2024 and will consist of four two-day sessions (March, May, July and September). The focus of the sessions will incorporate a group project, assessments, leadership skills and various team workshops.

Investigators will be nominated by their CTSC institutional research lead. Research leads are asked to email with the names and emails of their nominations by Dec. 8. Individuals chosen for the program will then receive an email with a REDCap application. Self-nominations are permitted by emailing

Participating institutions include Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, MetroHealth, Northeast Ohio Medical University, University Hospitals and University of Toledo.

  • The program dates will be:
    March 7–8
    May 2 –3
    July 11–12
    September 5–6

View additional information. Those with questions can email McKenzie Ritter, ATLAS director, at