For clinical and translational researchers to be successful, support is essential.
Through biostatistical consulting, regulatory guidance, and comprehensive links to Harvard University’s myriad research facilities and resources, our faculty and staff are dedicated to supporting our clinical & translational (c/t) research community. We are especially supportive of students and early-career clinical investigators as we work to ensure their success and help build the next generation of c/t researchers.
From innovative open-source informatics tools to regulatory guidance, Harvard Catalyst’s resources cover the spectrum of translational research, from research discovery to broad application at the population level. All of our programs and initiatives are dedicated to promoting diversity in medicine and facilitating the translation of research findings to the community. All of our resources and services are freely available to Harvard-affiliated faculty.
New: Policy Atlas
Free database of health policy resources designed to facilitate policy research by making data accessible and easily searchable. Users can explore more than 100 health policy resources on topics ranging from health laws and bills, to health disparities, to social and environmental determinants of health. View database.
Overview of the clinical & translational research spectrum.
Educating Children and Families about Medical Research
Watch Sophie’s Science Project, an engaging and lively animation video for children and families that explores the ins and outs of participating in research and outlines the informed consent process.