Specific Aims of the Program
- To create the next generation of well-trained clinician scientists in the art and science of translational research in emergency medicine
- To train a diverse group of scholars, with different areas of content expertise reflecting a broad range of cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematological and traumatic emergencies
- To produce researchers whose investigations vary along the spectrum of translational research – from bench-to-bedside to clinical trials to health services research
- To expand the horizon of emergency medicine research by assembling multidisciplinary teams of scientists from a broad range of clinical and basic science disciplines
Key Features of the Program
The program focuses around three key features:
- Didactic training
- Intensive mentorship
- Faculty development
Scholars will have 75% protected time for 2-3 years to develop their research careers. Training will include:
- A didactic program leading to a Masters of Clinical Research. (Scholars who already have an equivalent degree will work with their mentor team to develop an individualized course of study.)
- A mentored research experience including designing and conducting research studies, preparing manuscripts, and grant writing.
- A tailored professional faculty development experience.