We offer a number of educational opportunities, workshops and seminars to support early-career faculty members as they begin their careers in research and learn to teach others these critical skills.
- Physician-Scientist Training Program
Designed to supplement residency programs with additional research-intensive training.
- Master of Science in Clinical Investigation
This part-time program offers formal training in clinical research.
- Taking Responsibility for the Responsible Conduct of Research
This course covers how to ethically conduct biomedical research and responsibly train others to do so as well.
- Navigating the Research Enterprise
An annual seminar series focused on developing key skills in early-career scientists.
- Succeeding with Your K Award
Aims to help NIH-funded scientists learn to look at their own and others’ work in a critical but supportive manner.
Find resources for mentors and learn more about our mentoring consultation services.
- Grant Writing Groups
An alternative approach to teaching the art and science of writing NIH-style research proposals.
For more career development support, see our page on Good Clinical Practice training and check out the resources below:
- Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design
- Center for Community Health
- Center for Data Science and Informatics
- Faculty Affairs Office
- Galter Health Sciences Library
- NUCATS Grants Repository
- Team Science Program
- Women's Health Research Institute