TL1 Trainees

Groups
  • Congratulations to Washington University TL1 trainees, Ameen Awad, Samuel Cortez, MD, Annahita Fotouhi, and Alexandra Zdonczyk for winning the inaugural TL1 Debate on November 9, 2021, defeating a team from the University of Michigan. The debate, a new event developed from an existing training exercise for TL1 trainees at Washington University in St. Louis, featured four, pre and postdoctoral TL1

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    University Of Chicago

    Dear TL1 Directors, The Inaugural TL1 Symposium will bring together TL1 fellows from across CTSA hubs to present their research and network with other fellows and faculty. We invite you to save the date for the event, and we ask that you share with your trainees and encourage them to submit an abstract. This inaugural event is hosted by Institute for Translational Medicine (ITM), and co-sponsored

  • New research led by researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) finds caffeine consumed during pregnancy can change important brain pathways that could lead to behavioral problems later in life. Zachary Christensen, first author of the study who is funded by the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute's TL1 award, analyzed more than 9,000 brain

  • The Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, home of the Columbia University CTSA Hub, is offering - TL1 Training Program Now Accepting Applications The TL1 Training Programs are intended to provide trainees with additional research training to prepare for a research career that can contribute in some meaningful way to understanding risk of disease, improving diagnosis and

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    Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) is now accepting a letter of interest form for its predoctoral student and postdoctoral fellow training program in Translational Biomedical Science (TBS Program). Interest Form DUE April 1, 2021; Final application is DUE June 30, 2021.

  • The Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) hosted three sessions of interactive conversations with leaders who shared their knowledge about career opportunities in industry, government, and scientific societies. These sessions explore careers in Industry, Government, and at the NIH.
  • Navigating the daunting landscape of childhood cancer is getting easier for patients and families thanks to the work of the OCTRI Health Experiences Research Network (HERN) and former OCTRI TL1 scholar Kellee Parker, DO. The OCTRI HERN team conducted 40 interviews with families of childhood cancer survivors to gain insight into the experience childhood cancer. Findings from these interviews
  • The Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) hosted three sessions of interactive conversations with leaders who shared their knowledge about career opportunities in industry, government, and scientific societies. This session explores careers in the NIH. Facilitators: Zachary Rirs, PharmD TL1 Predoctoral Representative University of Minnesota – College of Pharmacy Liane Schneller, PhD
  • The Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) hosted three sessions of interactive conversations with leaders who shared their knowledge about career opportunities in industry, government, and scientific societies. This session explores careers in industry. Facilitators: Sarra Djemil, PhD TL1 Postdoctoral Fellow Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational
  • The Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) hosted three sessions of interactive conversations with leaders who shared their knowledge about career opportunities in industry, government, and scientific societies. This session explores careers in government. Facilitator Rebecca Brown, MEd, MN, RN, PHN | Clinical and Translational Science Institute TL1 Scholar University of Minnesota -

  • Translational research aims to speed research breakthroughs into the clinic. And yet, training for basic scientists and clinicians too often remains siloed, leading to divergent cultures and a loss of opportunity for cross-disciplinary collaboration. The South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute’s TL1 program, a translational research training program for doctoral students
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    CLIC
    This summer we will have three sessions where we will have interactive conversations with leaders who will share their knowledge about career opportunities in industry, government, and NIH. Session 3: NIH Topic: Exploring Career Paths Date: Tuesday, August 25th Time: 4 – 5:30 pm et In an effort to increase our Zoom security measures please register using your hub affiliated email address. If you
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    The Careers in Clinical and Translational Research Metric is designed to measure and develop strategic management plans to enhance the ways CTSA program hubs train and support scientists to remain engaged in research. To measure and report the success of the metric, hubs conduct follow-up surveys to determine if scholars and trainees have remained in clinical research upon completion of the

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    CLIC

    Insights to Inspire 2020 highlights those hubs who have made improvements in their Careers in Clinical and Translational Research metric. The third webinar in this series focuses on the application and screening processes used by the presenting hubs. Read the Insights to Inspire blog; Training Applications: Starting with a Strong Foundation HERE Note: On the Zoom meeting registration page, you can

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    The purpose of the Careers in Clinical and Translational Research metric is to measure and develop strategic plans to enhance the ways hubs and the entire CTSA Program consortium are training and supporting the future workforce. This support is vital to helping trainees remain engaged in clinical and translational science. One of the earliest opportunities hubs have to support early-career

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    CLIC

    Insights to Inspire 2020 highlights those hubs who have made improvements in their Careers in Clinical and Translational Research metric. The second webinar in this year’s series focuses on recruiting scholars and trainees. Note: Registration for this webinar has closed please contact common_metrics@clic-ctsa.org to request access to the recorded webinar.

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    For CTSA Program hubs, supporting and promoting the career development of their trainees and scholars can be a lengthy process. Before a hub can evaluate the success of their TL1 or KL2 educational training programs, before trainees or scholars can receive effective mentoring, every hub has to take the first step: recruiting researchers into the program. As a part of the Insights to Inspire 2020

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    CLIC

    Insights to Inspire 2020 highlights those hubs who have made improvements in their Careers in Clinical and Translational Research metric. The first in this year’s series of webinars focuses on diversity and inclusion. Note: Register for this webinar has closed please contact common_metrics@clic-ctsa.org to request access to the recorded webinar.

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    The purpose of the Careers in Clinical and Translational Research metric is to measure the success of CTSA Program hubs in training scientists who will stay engaged in the field specifically with regard to underrepresented persons (URP) and women. However, engagement is not the only factor for continued success. The value of science to society is the ability to both collect data and analyze

  • Insights to Inspire: Catapulting the Careers of Future Translational Scientists

    Investing in the next generation is critically important in any industry, but it’s a particular focus within the field of translational science. The Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program helps train, cultivate and sustain future leaders of the biomedical research workforce through TL1 Clinical Research Training Awards and KL2 Mentored Clinical Research Scholar Awards. In 2019

  • NUCATS UnMeeting
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    Northwestern University At Chicago

    This Un-Meeting will explore lifespan and life course research tools and strategies to advance understanding of how the life course may influence outcomes of research participants and how this may be considered in observational and interventional study design. Monday, March 2, 2020 Chicago, Illinois A reception on Sunday, March 1 will precede the Un-Meeting. View event website Un-Meeting on