The CTSI Training and Professional Development Program offers the following educational opportunities for junior faculty:
A 30-credit-hour degree (with required mentored research project and thesis) designed to provide a comprehensive didactic curriculum and training program in clinical and translational science.
Designed for individuals who wish to learn more about key areas of clinical/ translational science, including grant and manuscript writing, biostatistics, ethics and study design.
Two-year mentored training program for faculty and senior trainees in the health sciences designed to provide sufficient research experience, didactic knowledge and publishable research outcomes to be competitive for a K-level or equivalent mentored research award. Covers tuition for up to 30 credit hours toward an M.S. in Clinical and Translational Science.
A research training and funding opportunity that supports didactic coursework, mentored research and multidisciplinary teamwork to develop the skills necessary to build a well-funded collaborative research career.
Highly interactive two-week series led by top faculty. Includes small-group sessions to develop an interdisciplinary protocol.