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abstract The Frontiers Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University of Kansas (Frontiers) has been a catalyst for clinical and translational research (CTR) across the Kansas City region. The vision of Frontiers 3.0 is to transform the way we do CTR and ensure that research is rapidly translated to the point of care in a way that improves health for underserved and excluded populations, especially those in rural communities. To do so, we have expanded Frontiers 3.0 partners to include multiple academic institutions, healthcare systems, and community organizations and patient advocacy groups across Kansas and western Missouri. Our new shared leadership structure balances power across institutions. The overall aims of Frontiers are: Aim 1. Train a diverse workforce that leverages multiple disciplines, frameworks and approaches to stimulate creative, responsive and impactful T1-T4 clinical and translational research. Frontiers cores and its KL2 and TL1 programs provide high quality training, assistance in research design and implementation, guidance in applying for grants, and support for career advancement for all levels translational research trainees. In Frontiers 3.0 we emphasize identifying and supporting investigators from underrepresented groups and those with a research focus on underserved and excluded populations.

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