Predoctoral

TL1 Clinical Research Program

The TL1 Predoctoral Program at Washington University provides career development for medical and allied healthcare students through didactic coursework, mentored training, work-in-progress research discussions, journal clubs, and conferences.

The TL1 Predoctoral Program offers the following:

  • Summer Predoctoral Program: Two-month research core, beginning June 1 and ending July 31
  • One-Year (Intensive) Predoctoral Program: Twelve-month research core, beginning June 1 and continuing through May 31 the following year
  • Two-Year (Standard) Predoctoral Program: 1-2 year (9 month minimum) appointment concurrent with the student’s doctoral degree program.

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Advanced Summer Program for Investigation and Research Education (ASPIRE)

ASPIRE is an intensive research opportunity at Washington University School of Medicine open to current undergraduate college students. Under the direction of WU clinician-researchers, Vicky Fraser, MD, Jay Piccirillo, MD, and David Warren, MD, ASPIRE introduces young investigators to medical research and furthers their existing interest in the field.

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Master of Science in Applied Health Behavior Research

The full-time, one-year, research-intensive Master of Science in Applied Health Behavior Research (AHBR) degree is designed to be completed in three semesters and includes nine credit hours of mentored research with faculty who are leaders in their fields, at an institution internationally recognized for groundbreaking work in medicine and research.

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