The Multidisciplinary Training Program in Child and Adolescent Health (TL1) is an NCATS-funded training program that seeks to promote interactions among both mentors and trainees in pediatrics and engineering to encourage creative thinking and new approaches in child-health research. The goal of the TL1 program is to address the need for well-trained scientists in pediatrics by attracting talented trainees, equipping them with the tools to succeed and retaining their commitment to be independent investigators.
Learn more about our TL1 funded researchers below.
Dates & Deadlines
|Application Due||Notice of Award||Funding (Tentatively) Begins|
|May 9th||June 7th||July 1st|
Meet the Team
- Collaborative Approaches in Child and Adolescent Health is required for all TL1 trainees
- Taking Responsibility for the Responsible Conduct of Research is required for all TL1 trainees if they have not completed during their postdoctoral training period
- ACTS Conference attendance is required once during a trainee's TL1 appointment
- Team Science programming is offered in a variety of formats for TL1 trainees
- NIH Commons for your grant appointment forms
- NU IRB for your human subjects proposals
- NU IACUC for your animal subjects proposals
- MSCI Admissions if applying to the degree program
- Employee Reduced Tuition Form to receive tuition benefits
- Office of Postdoctoral Affairs for policies and benefits as they relate to postdoctoral researchers