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TL1 TBS Program Info Session

Date Mon, Mar 23
Time 4: 00 PM - 5: 00 PM
Contact Emily Bujold

The GHUCCTS TL1 Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) Program is now accepting applications for our 2020-2021 cycle. Join us at one of our online info sessions to learn more about the application process, program requirements, and deadlines.

Our goal is to prepare trainees to serve as the critical link in advancing the translation of basic science into improved outcomes for health, aging and disease.

We are looking for:

  • Predoctoral students who have completed their qualifying exams in PhD programs at Georgetown or Howard Universities
  • Postdoctoral fellows whose primary appointment is at Georgetown or Howard Universities, MedStar Health Research Institute, or the Washington DC VAMC

Our optional interest form is due on April 1, 2020. Final application is due June 30, 2020.

Upcoming Events
Apr 02
TBS Workshop: Poster Presentations  Apr 02, 2020  5: 30 PM - 7: 30 PM  Zoom
This week's Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) workshop features poster presentations from our scholars.
This month's Windows into Translation Seminar Series features Xiong Jiang, PhD, Georgetown University Department of Neuroscience Assistant Professor and Director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging Laboratory at Georgetown University Medical Center. He will discuss "MRI as a Research and Clinical Tool of Neurodegenerative Disease".
This month's Research Grand Rounds features Anna Greenwald, PhD. She will discuss "Silent but not to be neglected: The underestimated effects of injury to the right cerebral hemisphere".
Apr 14
2020 Spring CTSA Program Meeting  Apr 14, 2020  09: 00 AM - 4: 00 PM  Online
The Spring CTSA Program Group Meeting supports meetings of several Enterprise Committees (EC) and Consortium groups. Team leads and respective membership collaborate to plan the group agendas. With the timing of this year’s meeting near the spring holidays, please be aware that there will be overlap with some of the ACTS programming. CLIC, NCATS, and ACTS have worked collaboratively to minimize content session overlap as much as possible.