Clinical/Translational and Public Health Research Training Track
Application Deadline: Friday, September 8, 2023 by 5:00pm EDT
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Clinical/Translational and Public Health Research Training Track Program Overview
The Center for Advanced Research Training & Innovation (CARTI) is seeking applications for the 2023 Clinical/Translational & Public Health Research Training Track. This program provides training to UMB fellows and faculty in an early stage of their research career who are seeking foundational training in developing and executing a mentored clinical research project, including effectively communicating research to get published and funded.
This 7-month training program will include didactic instruction, experiential learning, grant writing training, and a capstone project. Upon completion of the didactic and experiential learning, scholars will have a research protocol for a clinical project that they are executing or will execute under the guidance of a mentor. Lastly, scholars will complete a capstone project which will consist of writing a grant application and participate in a mock study section review. CARTI scholars are required to complete each element of the training schedule. The proposed training schedule for CARTI scholars is as follows:
To participate in the CARTI Clinical/Translational & Public Health Research Training Track participants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Be a senior fellow (MD, PhD, MD/PhD) or faculty member in an early to mid-stage of their research career at the University of Maryland, Baltimore with some prior research experience.
- Have research mentor(s)* and existing clinical/translational and/or public health research project or an area of clinical/translational and/or public health research you are interested in pursuing.
- Have a letter of support from your Department Chair guaranteeing at least 20% protected time (8 hours/week) to conduct training and research over a 7-month period.
- Have NOT served as a Principal Investigator on an NIH or federally funded research or career development award.
* Interested fellows or faculty who have not identified a mentor should consider using CARTI mentor matching to identify a mentor prior to completing their application. For more information, contact Dr. Marey Shriver (email@example.com).
On Thursday, June 22, CARTI held an information session via Zoom to discuss and answer questions re: the Clinical/Translational & Public Health Research Training Track Program and application process.
View the recording and slides.
Please email questions to Janea Williams at Janea.Williams@som.umaryland.edu
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