ITMAT Education Resources are provided below.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute partnered with the University of Pennsylvania’s (Penn) Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics (ITMAT) to seed fund a grassroots effort of editors, subject matter experts, and translational research students to create a free Open Education Resource that seeks to support and grow a new academic research community of Boundary Spanners. This e-book is a repository of tools, wisdom and best practice that seeks to democratize innovation regardless of where the academic researcher resides. Drs. Nalaka Gooneratne, Flaura Winston and Ms. Rachel McGarrigle contributed as editors.
The one-day symposium for junior investigators is focused on successful strategies for a career in clinical and translational science. Session resources that may be of interest to you are highlighted below.
- Best Practices for Effective Mentor-Mentee Relationships
- Grant Resources (grant writing, mentor LOS checklist, tips sheet for writing a successful R01)
- Building Your Research Team