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October 7, 2019

PhD in CTS Alum Receives a Beeson Career Development Award

Zachary Marcum, PharmD, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Washington, recently received a…

September 30, 2019

Former PCOR K12 Scholar Receives VA Funding

Shari Rogal, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Surgery and Medicine, John J. Fung Assistant Professor of Transplant Surgery and former PCOR Scholar, recently received funding through…

October 15, 2019

CEED Alumni: Coffee & Conversation (CEED scholars only)


October 15, 2019

"Time Management" (CEED scholars only)
Speakers: Sandra Murray, PhD


"I am convinced that mentorship is critical to the success of young investigators.  Through the ICRE I gained valuable mentorship and then was given an opportunity to become a mentor myself.  In addition, the perspective on clinical research has enabled me to envision a medical technology all the way from the bench side to the bedside, which is quite uncommon in my field."

Chairman of the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
William Kepler Whiteford Endowed Professor
2011 Clinical and Translational Science Scholars Program Graduate
2009 Certificate in Clinical Research Program Graduate

Grant Opportunities

T37 Global Mental Health Disparities Research Training Program from Washington University in St. Louis

This intensive summer program provides trainees from underrepresented groups with the skills and hands-on experiences needed to lead multidisciplinary, collaborative research teams focused on mental health disparities research in low-resource communities.


2020 Hanna H. Gray Fellows Program from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

This program supports early career scientists, particularly individuals from groups underrepresented in the life sciences, who have the potential to become leaders in academic research...


New T32 Training Program in Antimicrobial Resistance at Pitt

This program, offered by the Division of Infectious Diseases, will be of interest to postdocs who would like to study antimicrobial resistance of bacterial, fungal, or viral pathogens. Candidates can choose from a number of training opportunities and from a broad roster of excellent mentors. Interested candidates can learn more here.


Exploratory Grant to Promote Workforce Diversity in Basic Cancer Research

Support for New and Early Stage Investigators from underrepresented groups who are interested in developing innovative studies in cancer biology.


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