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Training and Funding Opportunities in Clinical and Translational Research

The Weill Cornell CTSC is recruiting for trainees and scholars for 2016 enrollment class to our training programs: TL1 Training Program for pre- and early post-docs, KL2 Scholars for post-docs, Master’s Degree in Clinical and Translational Investigation, and Advanced Certificate. We would greatly appreciate it if you would share this announcement with anyone you think might be interested in applying to our program.

The CTCS is especially eager to recruit individuals from underrepresented minority groups, individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, and individuals with disabilities.

 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TRAINING & FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH?

 

Weill Cornell Clinical & Translational Science Center

is Recruiting for Trainees & Scholars

 

Individuals from underrepresented groups, disadvantaged backgrounds, and with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply

Investigators from all disciplines – Pre-Clinical, Clinical and Translational – are welcome to apply

Applications deadline is

JANUARY 27, 2016

Visit the CTSC website for more information: http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/funding_opportunities/

 

KL2 POST-DOCTORAL SCHOLAR PROGRAM  

$80,000 for one year & $20,000 for research

Second year is based on re-funding of the CTSC Grant by the NIH

The goal of the CTSC KL2 Scholars Award is to increase the pool of trained clinical and translational (C/T) investigators by providing advanced degree training and practical skills necessary to conduct translational team research across disciplines and institutions. Scholars receive the following benefits:

  • Salary support at the NIH approved rate
  • Funding for supplies and research support including educational expenses
  • Funding for travel to present at national conferences and symposia
  • Access to resources for conducting C/T research, multi-level mentoring support, and career development

View Award Details & Application Instructions

 

TL1 PRE/EARLY POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAM  

$28,120 for one year (pre-docs)

$65,122 for one year (post-docs)

Second year is based on re-funding of the CTSC Grant by the NIH

The goal of the CTSC TL1 Training Award is to support career development among pre- and early post-doctoral trainees by providing advanced degree training and practical skills to conduct translational team research across disciplines and institutions. Trainees receive the following benefits:

  • Stipend coverage at the NIH approved rate
  • Funding for supplies and research support including educational expenses
  • Funding for travel to present at national conferences and symposia
  • Access to resources for conducting C/T research, multi-level mentoring support, and career development

View Award Details & Application Instructions

 

ADVANCED DEGREES IN CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL INVESTIGATION

The goal of the Clinical and Translational Education Programs (CTEP) is to educate and train highly motivated individuals to become successful, independent clinical and translational (C/T) investigators through a strong foundation of knowledge and practical skills necessary to conduct interdisciplinary C/T investigation in a team research environment.

 

Advanced Certificate Track

The Advanced Certificate track (1 year) is comprised of core curriculum classes in clinical and translational research structured as lectures, interactive seminars, and workshops.

View Program Details & Application Instructions

 

Master’s Degree Track

The Master's Degree track (2 years) is comprised of a didactic curriculum of core and elective courses, and a mentored clinical and translational research project.

View Program Details & Application Instructions

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Visit the CTSC website for more information: http://www.med.cornell.edu/ctsc/training_and_education/