Training Award Opportunities
KL2 Oregon Scholars in Clinical Research (OSCR Program)
The OSCR Program, formerly an NIH K12 award, provides protected clinical and translational research training for either clinical or research faculty and is administered by the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute's Education Program. OSCR scholars will participate in a formal training program that includes Master's level didactic education, intensive research experience with incorporation into an interdisciplinary research team, multidisciplinary mentoring, and a broad-abased experiential component.
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TL1 Oregon Students Learn and Explore Research (OSLER Program)
The OSLER program, formerly an NIH T32 award, offers early research experience and mentorship through stipend-funded, short-term (10-12 weeks) and long-term (12 mos) training slots. The OSLER Program is administered by the Education Program in Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute. These positions are available to students enrolled in a doctoral program at OHSU. Students will engage in clinical or translational research under the direction of a mentor proposed by the student. OSLER trainees selected for long-term training slots must enroll in a Master degree program at OHSU such as the Master of Clinical Research or Master of Public Health; tuition is paid by the program.
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AHRQ T32 Health Services Research Training Awards
This T32 training program is funded by the Agency for Health Research and Quality to enhance the pipeline of OHSU health professionals in doctoral programs interested in health services research (HSR). This program takes advantage of the strong AHRQ supported programs at OHSU and Kaiser Center for Health Research, including the Evidence-based Practice Center, the Eisenberg Center for Decision Support, the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network, in addition to many more programs and investigators. Four slots are available for health professionals or doctorally-prepared health scientists to engage in mentored research usually for two years. Two slots are available for students enrolled in doctoral programs to engage in research under the direction of a mentor. Trainees in both postdoctoral and predoctoral programs must enroll in the OHSU Master of Clinical Research, Master of Biomedical Informatics or Master of Public Health programs; tuition may be partially or entirely paid by the program, dependent upon the master's program selected and time line for completion.More information about the AHRQ T32 Health Services Research Training awards