Education & Training

Education & Workforce Development

We provide learning opportunities and training for all types of researchers — from junior academics to community advocates — in areas that help accelerate the advancement of translational research. We have a number...

Biostatistics Training

Biostatistical Design and Methodology Support We provide clinical and translational researchers, who have basic quantitative training in biostatistical methods, with a more in depth understanding of selected topics and introduce...

Protocol Development

We provide expertise and guidance on completion of a variety of research forms and regulatory documents required when implementing a clinical study. Regulatory consultations are available to guide and support you as you design...

TL1 – postdoc fellowship

MOTRD UP, or Mechanisms of Translation, Realizing Discovery and Understanding the Pipeline is a postdoctoral training program funding by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the NC TraCS Institute. The...

KL2 – faculty development award

We train and develop junior investigators to conduct interdisciplinary translational research. Historically, scientists have been trained to conduct research within their own individual disciplines. Such a single-discipline...

UNC Network for Research Professionals (NRP)

UNC Network for Research Professionals (NRP) The UNC-NRP is a peer group that is open to all research personnel on campus to help increase awareness and communication of best practices through a series of educational...
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