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TRAINING PROGRAMS

KL 2 Clinical Research Scholars

Predoctoral Clinical Research

Clinical Epidemiology

Cardiovascular Epidemiology

Renal Disease Epidemiology

Primary Care and Health Services   

Clinical Research and Epidemiology in Diabetes and Endocrinology


TRAINING ACTIVITIES

Principles of Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research

Introduction to Clinical Research

Biological Basis of Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology

Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology

Introduction to Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology

Introduction to Diabetes and Obesity Epidemiology

Renal Disease Epidemiology Program Training Activities

First Year

Formal Training:

  • Complete Research Compliance Training Courses for human subjects research including: Conflict of Interest and Commitment, Effort Reporting, Human Subjects Research, General Privacy Issues, Privacy Issues Relating to Research, and Course on Research Ethics
  • Participate in the Introduction to Clinical Research course
  • Complete required coursework for Clinical Epidemiology at the Bloomberg School of Public Health

Informal Training:

  • Participate in bimonthly meetings of the Renal Disease Interest Group and present ongoing research projects at least once per year
  • Attend weekly Welch Center Grand Rounds
  • Participate in weekly Journal Clubs
  • Participate and present at Research-in-Progress meetings
  • Identify a primary mentor and meet with mentor(s) at least monthly

Scholarly Activity:

  • Identify a focus of research in renal diseases based upon clinical knowledge, literature review, and discussions with Program faculty
  • Formulate research questions relevant to one’s research focus and develop a clear timeline for the design and conduct of research projects to answer these research questions in conjunction with the fellows’ mentor(s)
  • Submit abstract(s) and present at local and national scientific meetings


 Second Year

 Formal Training:

  • Complete remaining required coursework at the Bloomberg School of Public Health 
  • Complete thesis for degree

Informal Training:

  • Participate in bimonthly meetings of the Renal Disease Interest Group and present ongoing research projects at least once per year
  • Attend weekly Welch Center Grand Rounds  
  • Participate in weekly Journal Clubs  
  • Participate and present at Research-in-Progress meetings   
  • Meet with mentor(s) at least monthly to review research activities and goals

Scholarly Activity:

  • Formulate additional research questions based upon results of research conducted during first year and review timeline for the design and conduct of research projects  
  • Submit abstract(s) and present at local and national scientific meetings   
  • Submit at least one peer-reviewed manuscript to report original research    
  • If needed, apply for research support offered through NIH-sponsored awards or other funding agencies

        
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