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 October 25, 2019

The CTSC TL1 training grant-supported Clinical and Translational Scientist Training Program (CTSTP) 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 postdoctoral slots for this TL1 training program.   The initial appointment will be for one year (Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2020).  The appointment may be extended for an additional 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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