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 of formal educational programs tailored specifically to interdisciplinary clinical and translational science:
- CTSA KL2 is a junior faculty training program that combines didactic and experiential components designed to launch researchers into careers as leaders and collaborators in clinical/translational research programs.
- BIRCWH (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health) Program is an institutional K award program in which participants participate in the same didactic and experiential components as the KL2 Program but with an emphasis on applying these skills to research in women’s health.
- R-Writing Group is an intensive working group designed to help researchers develop and submit their first investigator-initiated R-type proposals.
- Translational and Clinical Research Curriculum (TCRC) is a 2-year, non-degree program providing training in biostatistics, epidemiology and career development skills for those who have obtained a terminal degree and who desire a career in clinical/translational research.
- Masters of Science in Clinical Research is a 2-year degree program for those who already have a doctoral degree and who are seeking to develop the skills necessary for a successful career as a principal investigator and collaborator in clinical/translational research.
- Predoctoral Translational Research Training Program is a program that will provide specialized training in many key competencies required to fully participate on translational research teams.
View the NC TraCS events calendar to see all scheduled learning opportunities, events and training programs for clinical and translational researchers.