TL1 Training Program

Dr. Cliff Harding with a PREP scholar

The CTSC TL1 training program is a Clinical and Translational Scientist Training Program (CTSTP) through which researchers obtaining the Medical Doctorate or Doctorate in Nursing at Case Western Reserve University can enter a combined program leading to the Ph.D. degree in engineering, epidemiology, biostatistics, and ultimately in clinical research as well.

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Apply to be a postdoctoral TL1 Scholar by April 20, 2020

The CTSC TL1 training grant-supported Clinical and Translational Scientist Training Program aims to develop Clinical/Translational scientists with skills for interdisciplinary work, ability to work across disciplines, and ability to envision and design advances in clinical and community settings. We are seeking applications to fill a postdoctoral slot for this TL1 training program.  

The appointment is for 2 years (June 1, 2020 – May 31, 2022; second year contingent upon good progress in the first year of support).  

Send applications and questions to Diane Dowd, diane.dowd@case.edu, or Kathy Schultz, kathryn.schultz@case.edu.  

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