We would like to thank our mentors and partners, such talented and experienced people, that worked determinedly to ensure our summer research training program would be a great faculty-guided two-month clinical research experience for mentees. Most importantly, we hope that students will return back to their home institutions with new scientific knowledge and will continue […]
We are excited that Dr. Che-Pei (Pat) Kung, TL1 alumni, was selected as a 2022 fellow for TREC (Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer), an NIH/NCI-funded program providing training opportunities for early-career scientists to carry out integrative research on energetics and energy balance in cancer.
Clinical and translational research opportunity for physician fellows who are engaged in a clinical fellowship at Washington University, University of Missouri, or Saint Louis University. The Translational Sciences Postdoctoral Program (TSPP) is part of the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) and is supported by our Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA). […]
TL1 Trainees at Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Michigan that participated in the inaugural debate in November 2021 connected at the ACTS Translational Science 2022 in Chicago. The TL1 Debate was developed in an effort to help trainees practice their presentation skills and make arguments for or against a concept in […]
TL1 trainee,Jessica Barth, MS, OTR/L, successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled “Validation, categorization, and prediction of upper limb outcomes after stroke”. Occupational Therapist, PhD in Movement Science and Master of Science in Clinical Investigation with concentration in Dissemination and Implementation with mentor: Dr. Catherine Lang. In her work Jessica explored the divergence between lab based […]
The Need is Real
KL2 scholars, Jeffrey Koenitzer, MD, PhD; James Krings, MD, MSCI; and Christopher Ryan King, MD, PhD, recently attended the Association for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ACTS) annual Translational Science Meeting in Chicago, IL. This meeting fosters inclusive conversations amongst colleagues, furthers advancements in team science and provides a platform for scholars and trainees to showcase […]
The Clinical Research Training Center serves as the education and workforce development arm of the Instituteof Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS), the Clinical and Translational ScienceAwards (CTSA) Program at Washington University in St. Louis. The CRTC supports the nextgeneration of interdisciplinary research leaders and provides a wide variety ofopportunities to meet the needs of the […]
Congratulations to Washington University TL1 trainees, Ameen Awad, Samuel Cortez, MD, Annahita Fotouhi, and Alexandra Zdonczyk for winning the inaugural TL1 Debate on November 9, 2021, defeating a team from the University of Michigan.