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Process of developing Translational Research

The image above shows how the process of developing translational research may be developed:

Mechanisms/Targets > Clinical Disciplines > Validation/Significance > Basic Sciences

  • Advancement of knowledge
  • Novel and improved therapeutic tools and strategies

CTNT Goal

The overall goal of The Center of Excellence for Translational Neuroscience and Therapeutics (CTNT) is to serve as an incubator for the generation and dissemination of knowledge related to the neurobiology of clinically relevant disorders. CTNT strives to generate, facilitate, and coordinate multidisciplinary efforts to build bridges between basic science and clinical departments required for the development of novel and improved diagnostic and therapeutic tools and strategies. 

 

Donations to CTNT

To make a donation to the Center of Excellence for Translational Neuroscience and Therapeutics (CTNT), via credit or debit card please click here. You will be directed to Texas Tech University System's online giving website.

 

Photo of James McNamara

CTNT
3rd Annual
Symposium

The 3rd Annual Symposium for the Center of Excellence for Translational Neuroscience and Therapeutics (CTNT) took place on Thursday, April 12, 2018. This will be a one day event with a keynote speaker, Dr. James McNamara, research presentations, and poster sessions.  

Got Questions?

We're here to help. Contact us if you have questions.

Volker Neugebauer, MD, PhD
CTNT Director
(806)743-3880volker.neugebauer@ttushc.edu

 

Tiffany Denton
CTNT Coordinator
(806)743-4008
tiffany.denton@ttuhsc.edu