Translational Workforce Development
The Translational Workforce Development program of the CCTST is designed to enhance the clinical research skills, mentorship, and productivity of current Academic Health Center (AHC) clinical and translational investigators while developing new, and expanding existing, pipelines of future clinical and translational researchers. In addition, the program strives to enhance community awareness, interest, understanding, and involvement in clinical and translational research, and to advance the science of its teaching. The program is led by Erin Haynes, DrPH, co-director of the CCTST and associate professor of environmental health.
Current offerings include:
- KL2 Research Scholars mentored career development award program
- MS in Clinical and Translational Research program (30 credit hours + thesis)
- Tracks in Clinical Epidemiology/Clinical Effectiveness, Molecular Epidemiology, Clinical Trials, Translational Research, and Translational Informatics (Research or Clinical)
- Details on institutional tuition remission/reimbursement policies:
- Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research (10 credit hours)
- PhD in Biomedical Informatics
- GME Interdisciplinary Core Curriculum, available to residents and fellows on research blocks. It covers 14 ACGME core competencies, including many related to clinical and translational research. All residents and fellows are enrolled. From Canopy, log into Blackboard and find the course link. Contact Barbara Layman if you do not have course access.
- K23 preparation program for fellows and junior faculty
- CCTST Grand Rounds (past presentations are archived here)
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program
- Summer internship program for PharmDs wishing to train as PhD pharmacist-scientists
- Expansion of CCHMC summer research programs for high school and college students to include clinical and translational research opportunities across the AHC (see current UC opportunities)
- Additional slots for clinical and translational research in the existing T35 program (Medical Student Summer Research Program)
- Coordination of research education efforts in community-based participatory and collaborative research with the Community Engagement program
- For more information, email CCTST Business Manager Amy Hartkemeyer or call (513) 636-4273.
- Overview of graduate programs in biomedical sciences at UC and Cincinnati Children's
- Additional career development resources
- View slides on Research in Residency at CCHMC by program director Kathryn A. Wikenheiser-Brokamp, MD, PhD (Nov. 2014)
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