Postdoctoral Training in Clinical and Translational Science
We are pleased to announce a request for applications from postdoctoral Medical, Dental, Veterinary, Nursing, and PhD trainees who are interested in pursuing either a certificate or masters in clinical and translational science with funding provided by the Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics (ITMAT). There are two funding opportunities available:
CTSA TL1 Postdoctoral Training Grant
The purpose is to provide formal structured research training for individuals interested in pursuing research careers in T1 Translational Research (testing basic research for clinical effect/applicability; i.e. preclinical, first in human, proof of concept, phase 1) and whose research is focused on the elucidation of mechanistic and therapeutic aspects of disease process. Individuals are supported while they engage in a research project and complete the Master of Science in Translational Research (MTR) degree program or the Certificate Program. Trainees may choose from a range of concentrations: Translational Therapeutics, Bioinformatics, Entrepreneurial Science, and Regulatory Science. Applicants are encouraged to contact Rachel Bastian, Administrative Director for Education, to discuss which program is best aligned for their learning objectives and career goals.
Request for Applications
Application Deadline: February 10, 2017 for Appointments Beginning: July 1, 2017
Positions are open to GME Trainees (Residents, Fellows) and Postdoctoral PhDs.
- Applicants to the TL1 award must be US citizens or have permanent resident status.
- If you have other funding under review or awarded during the application process or up until appointment, please notify us to discuss eligibility.
- Appointment of postdoc trainees to the TL1 grant will be for one year (Certificate) or two years (MTR).
- TL1 appointees will receive $24,150 toward tuition and a stipend determined by the number of years of relevant postdoctoral experience (prorated, paid monthly, each year in the program).
- ITMAT Scholars may receive partial salary support, tuition support (student would be expected to receive support from a division/department grant (ie T32) or other funds), or a combination of the two.
- Choose the program application found under “Perelman School of Medicine Masters Programs”
If you have any questions, please contact: