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Louisville, Kentucky 40202
From our annual Principles of Clinical and Translational Research Course to our research scholarships for training of international students and investigators, we offer a wide variety of classroom and immersion experiences for basic, clinical and population-based investigators. We also provide training for clinical study coordinators.
To address the Nation's challenges in research, the NIH developed a series of initiatives, collectively known as the NIH Roadmap for Medical Research. As part of these initiatives, the NIH has proposed to re-engineer clinical research with the establishment of a new research model defined as Clinical and Translational Research. The primary goal of this course is to review the process of Clinical and Translational Research from generation of the research idea to publication of the study manuscript. For more information about the course download the symposium brochure.
The traditional university research model has generated communication gaps among basic investigators, clinical investigators, and practicing physicians. To close these gaps, the NIH has proposed a new research model called Clinical and Translational Research. A critical component of the CTR model is to perform research using multidisciplinary and multispecialty teams. To further develop the current multidisciplinary and multispecialty research teams at the University of Louisville, we developed a Clinical and Translational Research in Infectious Diseases Symposium. The primary objectives of the symposium are to:
For more information about the symposium download the symposium brochure.
For international junior investigators, the CTRSC sponsors 6-month and 1-year positions as visiting research fellows at the University of Louisville Division of Infectious Diseases. The award covers round trip airfare for the fellow and a monthly allowance for short-term living expenses. Interested investigators should send english versions of the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
The CTRSC provides unpaid observerships of varying time frames for both students to independent investigators. Observerships can be focused on clinical microbiology, basic science, clinical research or epidemiology and biostatistics. Interested investigators should send english versions of the following documents to email@example.com:
The CTRSC provides unpaid observerships of varying time frames for parties interested in shadowing our certified clinical research coordinators. CRC Observerships will cover consenting subjects, data collection, and regulatory compliance. Interested parties should send english versions of the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
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