Clinical & Translational Science Institute Career Development Programs

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Clinical & Translational Science Institute Career Development Programs

At NYU Langone’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, we help scientists interested in a multidisciplinary translational research career achieve research independence. We offer a variety of programs targeting all professional levels.

Clinical and Translational Science Awards Scholars Program

The Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Scholars Program helps junior faculty who conduct research with training and mentorship and prepares them to apply for research funding. Learn more about the CTSA Scholars Program.

TL1 Training Program

The TL1 Training Program helps predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars advance their careers in translational research through scholarly seminars, training courses, and mentorship opportunities. Learn more about the TL1 Training Program.

Mentor Development Program

The Mentor Development Program trains junior faculty members to become effective translational research mentors. Learn more about the Mentor Development Program.

Physician Scientist Training Program

The Physician Scientist Training Program awards salary support to talented residents and fellows at NYU Langone who are near the end of formal clinical training and are transitioning to junior faculty positions. Learn more about the Physician Scientist Training Program (Kerberos ID and password required for login).

Translational Research Education and Careers Grand Rounds

Translational Research Education and Careers (TREC) Grand Rounds are weekly conferences dedicated to early investigator professional development and methodological issues related to translational research.

TREC seminars occur every Wednesday from 4:00PM to 5:00PM in the Translational Research Building at 227 East 30th Street. Contact program manager Claudia Galeano at claudia.galeano@nyulangone.org for a full schedule.