All trainees are required to pursue their research training and experiential innovation projects full-time, normally defined as 40 hours per week. Trainees are expected to complete no less than 24 months, and no more than 36 months, of full-time clinical research as active members of their chosen mentor’s research team.
It is the responsibility of all TL1 Trainees to schedule and participate in Primary Mentor Meetings weekly. Trainees are also required to meet quarterly with their full mentorship committees, which include the Primary Mentor, the assigned Program Mentor, and the assigned Entrepreneurship Content Expert.
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
Trainees must complete training in the Responsible Conduct of Research. The TL1 Program provides all trainees with access to seminars and/or coursework that must be successfully completed in order to fulfill the RCR requirement.
TL1 Interdisciplinary Clinical Research Training Seminar
Trainees must participate in the weekly TL1 Interdisciplinary Clinical Research Training Seminar for the entirety of their appointment.
Annual Translational Science Meeting and abstract
Trainees must submit at least one abstract to the annual Translational Science Meeting. This abstract will be published and distributed at the meeting. Trainees are required to attend the meeting and to present either a poster or an oral presentation on their research.
Research Training Symposium and Poster Session
The Washington University School of Medicine hosts the Research Training Symposium and Poster Session annually in October. All TL1 Trainees are required to submit an abstract and present either a poster or oral presentation on their research.
CRTC Career Development Seminars
TL1 Trainees are expected to attend the Career Development Seminars held monthly throughout the academic year. These seminars are focused on topics such as team management, work/life balance, individual development plans, and negotiation.
K12 scholars are to acknowledge the receipt of K12 grant support in all publications, Biosketches, and Other Support documents. Each program has unique requirements for citing grants.