Podcast episode highlights TL1 training program scholar

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Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute released the latest episode of its Engage Podcast highlighting one of its Translational Research Training Program (TL1) scholars, Brianna Evans. Evans discusses her love of research, her passion for diversity in science and her research project as part of Sue Grigson’s lab.

The National Institutes of Health-funded Translational Research Training Program (TL1) supports predoctoral graduate and medical students seeking advanced full-time clinical and translational research training. Graduate students in the program expand their major course of study by completing a dual-title doctorate in clinical and translational sciences or a graduate certificate in translational science. Medical students complete a master's degree in public health or clinical research. Scholars are selected each year through a competitive application process. Applications typically open in January and are available on the institute’s website.

Listen to episode 14 of the Engage Podcast at pennstatectsi.libsyn.com.

Each episode of Engage Podcast educates listeners about the research process and how Penn State research helps improve our neighbors' and communities' health. Engage Podcast is available on all major platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. A monthly community-focused newsletter further explores podcast topics. The latest edition is now available here. Engage Podcast also is highlighted through a Linked In Spotlight page here

CTSA Program In Action Goals
Goal 1: Train and Cultivate the Translational Science Workforce