The University of Kentucky TL1 Training Program in Clinical and Translational Science is designed to train exceptional pre-doctoral trainees with skills required to develop a career in multidisciplinary clinical and translational research in health-related fields. The fundamental principal of the TL1 program is to provide clinical and translational research training that is rigorous and effectively integrated with ongoing professional or graduate research programs.
US citizen or permanent resident status
MD, MD/PhD, DMD, PharmD or PhD level graduate students
Funding/ Support Provided:
· Stipend support at the NIH NRSA predoctoral level ($25,836 in FY2021)
· Partial Tuition support
· Student Health Plan
· $1,300 travel funds to attend the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) meeting.
- Graduate Certificate -Cinical and Translational Science
Fundamentals of Clinical Research (CPH 632)
- Fundamentals of Clinical Research (CPH 632)
Grant Writing Course
Clinical Research Ethics Course
Trainees will be required to participate in regular CTS Seminars/discussion, attend CCTS-sponsored workshops, present at the CCTS Spring Conference, attend monthly Ethics lectures, and satisfy all NRSA requirements.