Translational Research Education and Development Programs

Translational Research Education and Development Programs

  • CTSC TL1 Pre and Postdoctoral Clinical Research Training Program

    The TL1 program is jointly sponsored by the UC Davis School of Medicine and the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC). It provides clinical and translational research training for medical students, predoctoral students and postdoctoral scholars in the basic sciences using a team science approach. 

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  • CTSC KL2 Program

    The goal of the CTSC KL2 program is to accelerate the career development of promising junior faculty, promoting their development as independent clinical multidisciplinary research investigators. The program will provide selected scholars with support for two years but may extend for up to three years.

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  • Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health K12 Program

    The Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) K12 program provides multidisciplinary training and mentoring to help such faculty establish independent biomedical research careers in areas relevant to women’s health and creates an environment that nurtures interdisciplinary collaborations in focused and interactive research areas that are essential to improving the health of women. 

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  • Paul Calabresi Clinical Oncology K12 Program

    The Paul Calabresi Clinical Oncology K12 program is a National Institutes of Health-National Cancer Institute funded program. It combines key didactic, research, and career development components to train independent and productive clinical oncology researchers.

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  • FUTURE Career Skills and Exploration Program

    The FUTURE Career Skills and Exploration program helps participants acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to successfully transition into the careers of their choice.

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  • Mentored Clinical Research Training Program

    The Mentored Clinical Research Training Program (MCRTP) provides a solid foundation for clinical / patient-oriented research for junior faculty, clinical and preclinical fellows, and postdoctoral scholars. he MCRTP centers around three core elements, didactic instruction, mentored research, and special experiences, leading to a Master of Advanced Study (M.A.S.) in Clinical Research.

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  • Clinical Research Graduate Group

    The Clinical Research Graduate Group is an interdisciplinary group of faculty involved in all aspects of clinical and translational research offered at UC Davis. 

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  • Designated Emphasis in Translational Research

    The Designated Emphasis in Translational Research (DETR) is an inter-graduate group program that allows Ph.D. students to receive and be credited for training in the area of translational research. 

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  • Graduate Academic Unit Certificate in Translational Research

    The Graduate Academic Unit Certificate is designed for doctoral students with an interest in gaining competence in translational research but who are unable to apply for the Designated Emphasis in Translational Research

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  • Mentoring Academy for Research Excellence

    The Mentoring Academy for Research Excellence focuses on disseminating mentoring best practices for faculty in the health sciences. Our workshops for mentees and mentors address how to foster an environment that values and supports mentoring in research and career progression.

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  • Healthcare Delivery Science Program

    The Healthcare Delivery Science program presents seminars on research and practice in this field, featuring UC Davis Health physician scientists presenting the latest research and clinical applications. The intended audience is clinicians and health researchers.

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