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he will serve as director of the NCATS preclinical division (Some NCATS programs also have funding from NIH’s Common Fund a pot of money in the NIH director’s office) Insel’s edited remarks follow Q: Why does NIH need NCATS when many institutes at NIH do translational research already TI: I’m going to answer that question with my NIMH hat on because I do a fair amount of translational science within NIMH But what NCATS is going to do is not what we’re doing at NIMH We need a place to actually look at the whole process of translation in a way that can consider how it might be reengineered consider how we can make a difference by partnering with both advocacy groups and with industry Consider where the opportunities are for great innovation that are not just related to schizophrenia or autism or bipolar illness but that are really generic They go across all of medicine And rather than doing that 27 times it might be good to have one place where we say "Let’s solve this problem Let’s really look at this in a very careful way and actually do something that we’ve never been able to as an institute which is to do experiments on translation itself" This is a really exciting moment to begin to look at this for the first time Q: Why do you think NCATS was so controversial last year when it was proposed TI: I’m not even going to go there I wasn’t part of that fight And I’m not even going to begin to contemplate what the issues were Q: Some industry scientists have expressed skepticism about NCATS They’re worried that it will lure scientists away from basic research They’re also worried that NIH is going to do drug development TI: There was a lot of concern about that at some points in the past We brought in a lot of people from the outside We had this working group of the NIH Director’s advisory committee; Maria Freire [president of the Lasker Foundation] chaired that I don’t think those were the issues that we heard most often There was actually quite the opposite What we heard was that nobody was particularly happy with the way that R&D is happening whether it’s in the public sector or the private sector We never heard anybody come forward and say "You know what we have figured out how to do this it’s working great" In fact what we heard was this isn’t working very well anywhere we’d love to have help Q: The translational awards to academic medical centers make up most of the NCATS budget but a lot of what they do doesn’t seem to fit with the mission of NCATS Should they be ready to change TI: I think if there’s a change it’s going to be the possibility that going forward not every CTSA will be exactly the same thing whether it’s in community engagement or whether it’s in first-in-man trials We’re going to look at being able to to the extent possible cultivate what they do best Q: How are you going to pay for new things TI: Well there’s actually close to $500 million here [for the existing CTSA program] so there’s actually quite a bit of funding to do some exciting science I don’t think there’s any question about not being able to do new things But I think part of what we’ll have to is to help these centers develop flexibility that they don’t feel that they have right now I was there at the beginning of the Roadmap [former NIH Director Elias Zerhouni’s set of cross-NIH initiatives] when we were setting all this up and we always understood that the CTSAs were a fantastic opportunity to reengineer clinical research in academic health centers and provide a new home for this But I don’t think anybody felt that this was a 3-year or a 5-year project or that it would be done and finished It was always envisioned as an evolving program Q: Will NCATS fund clinical trials TI: The CTSAs do not have the funds to run large-scale clinical trials That’s not the way they’re supported They’re supporting infrastructure Q: But aren’t there components of NCATS that can fund trials TI: That could happen but that’s on a very small scale You’re talking about relatively small dollar amounts for both TRND [Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases] and right now for CAN as well Q: Will NCATS have an intramural program TI: There are two answers to that question The first answer is yes The division of preclinical innovation is largely intramural But having said that one of the things that I’m most excited about in playing this interim role is it’s a chance to try some experiments One of the questions we’re now grappling with is "Can we get away from this rigid separation between intramural and extramural" It becomes really interesting when you think about something like [the rare diseases program] which is technically an intramural program but 90% of what they do is done with extramural collaborations They don’t have a big intramural faculty that’s on a tenure track they don’t have a large number of FTEs [staff positions]; it’s a very different way for NIH to operate So we’re looking at NCATS as a place to raise questions about the relationship of intramural to extramural and how we can get them to cross talk and provide a much more dynamic kind of relationship than what we’ve had up until now Q: Is the search for a permanent director moving along TI: It is I’m co-chairing that search with [NHGRI Director] Eric Green Eric and I have been assisted by an outstanding search committee which includes both NIH and non-NIH people We’ve had a great response to the various ads and solicitations we’ve put out there We’re looking forward to interviewing candidates in the very near future Q: On one blog somebody had speculated that you could be a candidate TI: I can answer that very clearly I have a job which is keeping me very busy at NIMH and I’m very committed to that and I’m not a candidate for being director of NCATS *11 January: An earlier version of this item stated that Christopher Austin will serve as the acting director of the NCATS division of preclinical innovation; 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