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Research Administration

The CCTR Business Office is responsible for the day-to-day fiscal and administrative operations for the center, including the management and oversight of operational and research budgets, pre- and post-award management, purchasing and more.

Grant and Contract Administrators

Grant and contract administrators (GCA) are available to help CCTR investigators navigate all steps in the grant application and contract-initiation process, from concept development through award close-out. CCTR investigators can find their assigned GCA below:

Division/Department CCTR Grant and Contract Administrator
Adolescent Medicine Ben Riedesel
Allergy Matt Goodin
Anesthesiology Matt Goodin
Bioethics/Palliative Care Nicola Barnes
Cardiology Matt Goodin
Craniofacial Medicine Sara Westrick Corbin
Critical Care      Kristina Muramoto
Dermatology Matt Goodin
Dentistry Ben Riedesel
Emergency Medicine Deanna Halabi
Endocrinology Nicola Barnes
Gastroenterology Sara Westrick Corbin
General and Thoracic Surgery Ben Riedesel
General Pediatrics Ben Riedesel
Genetics/Developmental Medicine Ben Riedesel
Hematology/Oncology Alyssa Bostian and Rebecca McColl
Hospital Medicine Sara Westrick Corbin
Infectious Diseases Deanna Halabi
Laboratory/Pathology and Lab Medicine Matt Goodin
Neonatology Kristina Muramoto
Nephrology Ben Riedesel
Neurodevelopmental Kristina Muramoto
Neurology Kristina Muramoto
Nursing Kristina Muramoto
Orthopedics Ben Riedesel
Ophthalmology Kristina Muramoto
Otolaryngology Kristina Muramoto
Pharmacy Kristina Muramoto
Plastic Surgery Sara Westrick Corbin
Psychiatry Ben Riedesel
Pulmonary (except TDN) Jessica Matheson
Radiology Kristina Muramoto
Rehab Medicine/OT Ben Riedesel
Rheumatology Matt Goodin
Therapeutics Development Network (TDN) Leila Kirkpatrick
Urology Kristina Muramoto

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