Category Archive: Child of Training Ed.

Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation

A joint venture between the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, GTPCI trains clinicians to be more effective clinical scientists. Participants gain the skills necessary to design and conduct clinical investigations of emerging medical treatments and technologies, and to apply new diagnostic techniques and approaches to the study of human pathophysiology. Students work mostly with faculty, postdoctoral fellows and other allied health professionals working with human subjects in clinical investigation. Graduates pursue careers in academia, and as independent clinical investigators at pharmaceutical firms and federal regulatory agencies. For more information, visit:  

Clinical Research Scholars Program (KL2)

Now Accepting Applications The application period is OPEN for the 2019 KL2 Mentored Career Development Awards! We anticipate offering FOUR new awards in 2019. Appointments begin July 1st    Click here to apply online.  Application deadline is Friday, April 5, 2019 at 11:59 pm. Please review our eligibility requirements for prospective applicants (subject to change).  For more information, see our 2019 KL2 Faculty RFA.  Additionally, we invite anyone interested in learning more to attend our information sessions on: Click here to view the Feb 15th Session – Online in Adobe Connect  Contact Stacey Marks, Program Manager, if you have any questions or if […]

Predoctoral Clinical Research Training Program

“Advancing future leadership, excellence in clinical research through training and participation, creativity, scholarship and collaboration” This predoctoral (TL) training program allows the ICTR to provide training for students interested in pursuing a career in clinical and translational research (combined master and doctoral degrees with MD or nursing degree). This program is a collaborative effort of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, and the Johns Hopkins University Center for BioEngineering Innovation & Design. Click the links below to learn more: