Translational Research Centers/Research Alliances

The center supports meaningful improvements in quality of life for individuals with autism across the lifespan.

The center works to better understand the pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease and to develop new approaches to the manipulation of cardiovascular function and the treatment of disease.

An extensive global network to develop and advance research in diabetes and other related non-communicable diseases such as stroke, hypertension, heart disease, and co-morbid conditions such as tuberculosis, mental health, and HIV.

Georgia’s most comprehensive organ transplant program is at the forefront of clinical excellence and pioneering new transplant therapies.

The Georgia CTSA is part of the NIH Clinical & Translational Science Awards, sharing a common vision to translate laboratory discoveries into treatments for patients, engage communities in clinical research efforts, and train the next generation of clinical investigators. The Georgia CTSA includes investigators at Emory University, Georgia Tech, Morehouse School of Medicine, and the University of Georgia.

Clinicians and researchers are focused on improving the lives of individuals affected by Alzheimer's and related diseases through innovative research, education, and compassionate care.

As an NIH Autism Center of Excellence, the center supports large-scale multidisciplinary studies on autism spectrum disorder, with the goal of identifying causes and best treatments for autism.

The alliance includes investigators at Emory, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Tech, and Morehouse School of Medicine working in 11 pediatric disease research centers and related cores.