Collaborations with Other Institutions
Yale is a member of TRICON, the Northeast Regional CTSA Consortium. This group collaborates on training opportunities for investigators and coordinators, regional databases of facilities, and other shared resources and expertise.
TRICON Member Institutions
University of Puerto Rico
In this newly created program, students accepted into the MD program at the University of Puerto Rico Medical School can enroll in Yale’s Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences to obtain their PhD. The training and mentoring they receive at Yale will prepare them for careers as physician-scientists who have an impact on health care in the United States and globally.
YCCI is collaborating with the Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust to conduct Yale-led clinical trials in Puerto Rico.
- Collaboration with Puerto Rico Expand Education and Clinical Trials
- Noticel.com article in Spanish (English translation download here)
- medicinaysaludpublica.com article in Spanish (English translation download here)
The SPIRiT Consortium is a partnership among several CTSA institutions to foster collaborations and support crosscutting translational research. Each year, the Consortium selects a broad-based high impact project that is conducted by one or more investigators at each of the six SPIRiT sites to receive funding.
SPIRiT Consortium Members