RCTR Centers

The RCMI Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research (RCTR) awards support the development of infrastructure required for the conduct of clinical and translational research in institutions funded via the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) program. Visit the RCMI Website for more information.

There are currently 5 RCTR-Centers across the country.

  • University of Hawaii

    RCMI Multidisciplinary And Translational Research Infrastructure eXpansion (RMATRIX)
    Website: http://rmatrix.jabsom.hawaii.edu

  • Charles Drew University

    Accelerating Excellence in Science (AXIS)
    Website: http://www.drew-axis.org

  • Meharry Medical College

    Meharry Clinical and Translational Research Center (MeTRC)
    Website: http://metrc.mmc.edu

  • Morehouse School of Medicine

    RCMI Center of Excellence for Clinical and Translational Research (RCTR)
    Website: http://www.msm.edu

  • University of Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico Clinical and Translational Research Consortium (PRCTRC)
    Website: http://prctrc.rcm.upr.edu

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