Office of Training Grants
The Office of Training Grants exists to advance Washington University’s research enterprise by providing comprehensive support services for training grants and to facilitate efforts of investigators to secure funding at every career stage.
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Faculty and staff training
Researchers have important professional and regulatory responsibilities related to the responsible conduct of research and good clinical practice. Discover compliance and integrity training opportunities available at Washington University and through the NIH.
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Research and grant resources
Connect with helpful research-related resources, such as grant writing and review and health literacy communication help.
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Workshops and seminars
Find upcoming events to support career development and structured training.
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Explore additional learning and career development opportunities available at Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions. The CRTC has aggregated several online resources that administrators and junior clinical investigators may find useful, including seminars, online training opportunities, mentoring support and more.
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To support our educators on campus, in the classroom, and online, Washington University and the School of Medicine provide various facilities, training opportunities, handbooks, templates, and other curricular, material and technical resources.
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Course Development Advice
Faculty Development Offices
Requirements for Citing Grants
CRTC scholars are to acknowledge the receipt of any grant funding in all publications, Biosketches, and Other Support documents.
On this page:
- When to Cite an NIH Grant in Your Publication
- Grant Citation by Program
- Obtaining a PubMed Central ID (PMCID)