Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the main Mayo Clinic CCaTS offices located?
Mayo Clinic's CCaTS team is located on Plummer 3-02 — directly across from the elevators.Back to top
Who can use the services of CCaTS?
The staff, facilities and resources of CCaTS are available to everyone involved in research at Mayo Clinic. In particular, CCaTS seeks to support the career development and research projects of young investigators in the early stages of their careers, who may not have established, extramurally funded research programs or extensive institutional funding.
Some programs have eligibility and pre-approval requirements, but consultative services are open to all researchers. Resource allocation decisions are focused on the potential for attracting future extramural funding and developing young investigators as well as scientific merit and feasibility.Back to top
How do I make an appointment to visit with someone in CCaTS?
You can send a general inquiry by completing the Contact CCaTS form or by contacting the CCaTS Service Center at 507-255-7101.Back to top
Can someone answer questions about JMP statistical software?
Yes. BERD statisticians can answer many common JMP questions. Call 507-255-7101 to request an appointment.Back to top
Can I take a JMP software class?
Yes. There are a variety of JMP online courses.Back to top
If I plan to have funds available for statistical analysis, how can I identify a statistician and get a budget estimate?
Complete and submit the intake form from the Department of Health Sciences Research (note: you must be on the Mayo network to access this form).
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How do I cite Mayo Clinic's CCaTS in a publication?
Visit the Citing CCaTS in Publications page.Back to top
When are the deadlines announced for CCaTS intramural funding opportunities?
Deadlines for the current year are posted on the Web page for each funding opportunity. Requests for applications are distributed approximately two months before a deadline.Back to top