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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/DepartmentCCTR Grant and Contract Administrator
Adolescent Medicine Sara Westrick Corbin
Allergy Tomo Ono
Anesthesiology Shakema Magee/Wendy Rogers
Bioethics Nicola Barnes
Cardiology CCTR
Craniofacial Medicine Sara Westrick Corbin
Critical Care      Cathy Lin
Dermatology Tomo Ono
Dentistry Sara Westrick Corbin
Emergency Medicine Cathy Lin
Endocrinology Nicola Barnes
Gastroenterology Sara Westrick Corbin
General and Thoracic Surgery CCTR
General Pediatrics Sara Westrick Corbin
Genetics/Developmental Medicine CCTR
Hematology/Oncology Marisa Zaleski
Hospital Medicine Sara Westrick Corbin
Infectious Diseases Cathy Lin
Laboratory/Pathology and Lab Medicine Cathy Lin
Neonatology Marisa Zaleski
Nephrology Tomo Ono
Neurodevelopmental CCTR
Neurology CCTR
Nursing Cathy Lin
Orthopedics Sara Westrick Corbin
Ophthalmology Shakema Magee
Otolaryngology Shakema Magee
Pharmacy Alyssa Bostian
Plastic Surgery Sara Westrick Corbin
Psychiatry Tomo Ono
Pulmonary (except TDN) Alyssa Bostian
Radiology Alyssa Bostian
Rehab Medicine CCTR
Rheumatology Tomo Ono
Therapeutics Development Network (TDN) Shakema Magee
Urology Wendy Rogers
 

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