The Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) is Accepting Education and Training Applications

KL2 POST-DOCTORAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Up to $80,000 per year (up to 2 years) & $12,000 research related expenses
The goal of the 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 independent multidisciplinary C/T investigation in a team research environment. Investigators conducting studies with field work involving international clinical research with underserved populations are encouraged to apply. Scholars, appointed for up to two years, receive:
  • Salary support at the NIH approved rate
  • Funding for supplies and research support
  • 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
Individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
TL1 PRE/POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAM  
Up to $27,232 per year, per award (pre-docs)
Up to $62,030 per year, per award (post-docs)
Awards for up to 2 years
The goal of the TL1 Training Award is to support early career development among pre/post-doctoral trainees by providing advanced degree training and practical skills necessary to conduct interdisciplinary Clinical & Translational (C/T) Investigation in a team research environment. 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 mentoringsupport, and career development,
Individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
ADVANCED DEGREE PROGRAM IN CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL INVESTIGATION
The goal of the Clinical and Translational Education Programs(CTEP) isto 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.
Individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
Master’s Degree (2 years)
The Master’s Degree track is comprised of a didactic curriculum of coreand elective courses, and a mentored clinical research project.
Advanced Certificate (1 year)
The Advanced Certificate track is comprised of core curriculum classes in clinical and translational research structured as lectures, interactive seminars, and workshops.
 APPLICATIONS DUE – FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
Visit the CTSC website for more information:  http://www.med.cornell.edu/ctsc/training_and_education/

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