ICTS

ICTS Training Positions

KL-2 Mentored Career Development Program

KL-2 Mentored Career Development Program

TL-1 NRSA Training Program

ICTS Affiliated Scholar Advancement Program

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To support newly trained clinicians appointed by an institution for activities related to the development of a successful clinical and translational research career.

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To support research training experiences for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral trainees who are interested in pursuing research careers in multi-disciplinary clinical and translational science.

There are currently 4 positions available.  

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ICTS Affiliated Scholar Advancement Program is a program that provides various levels of support for UCI junior faulty, residents, fellows and medical students. The programs will provide the scholars with support to advance their research careers through the training pipeline.

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Mentored Scholarly Research Program

Pediatric Resident Research Award Program

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Goal: To provide UCI medical students the opportunity to develop insight and understanding of translational biomedical research.

Program Essentials

  • The student designs and successfully completes a hypothesis-driven research Scholarly Project.
  • Students work closely with mentors and the UCI Institute of Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) office throughout the four years of their project. Through this process students learn about medical information literacy, lifelong learning, teamwork, effective communication, research methods, evidence-based medicine approaches and ethics related to scholarly inquiry.

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Goal: To provide UCI-CHOC Pediatric residents the opportunity to develop insight and understanding of research through completion of a mentored research project over the 3 years of residency.

Program Essentials

  • The resident designs and successfully completes a hypothesis-driven research project
  • Residents work closely with mentors and the UCI Institute of Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) office throughout the three years of their project. Through this process residents learn about medical information literacy, lifelong learning, teamwork, effective communication, research methods, evidence-based medicine approaches and ethics related to scholarly inquiry.

Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program

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This two-year Clinical Informatics Fellowship program received ACGME accreditation in 2017, making UCI one of the 27 institutions that offer clinical informatics fellowship training. CBMI provides research seminars and research rotation opportunities for the fellows.