The Institute for Clinical Research Education (ICRE) have numerous career development programs for trainees across the pipeline from graduate and medical students, residents and fellows to junior faculty.
Clinical and Translational Science Fellowship (TL1)
The CTS TL1 Fellowship equips researchers with the skills to advance the translational of discoveries into improved patient outcomes and health policy. Both pre- and postdoctoral students are eligible to receive rigorous translational research training and multidisciplinary mentoring through this personalized, 1-year fellowship.
Career Education and Enhancement for Health Care Research Diversity Program for Medical Students (CEED II)
The CEED II Program provides University of Pittsburgh medical students from underrepresented minorities with exposure to translational research and the skills needed for a successful research career, along with networking opportunities and mentoring.
International Scholars Track
In this program for international residents at the University of Pittsburgh, residents pursue mentored research and attend clinical research seminars throughout their clinical training. In addition, they devote 2 months to completing the core curriculum in clinical research following their intern year.
Leading Emerging and Diverse Scientists to Success (LEADS)
Residents in this three-year program will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to design and implement academic projects. Participants are paired with a mentor and pursue a project in one of five wide-ranging areas, which will result in a presentation and a published manuscript.