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TL1 PI/Directors Group

Overview

The TL1 awards are designed to provide full-time research training and support for predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows who seek an introduction to clinical and translational research. The CTSA Program hubs select TL1 candidates who demonstrate exceptional experience in clinical and translational research. This program offers a valuable opportunity to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field. 

TL1 PI/Directors Group

Overview

The TL1 awards are designed to provide full-time research training and support for predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows who seek an introduction to clinical and translational research. The CTSA Program hubs select TL1 candidates who demonstrate exceptional experience in clinical and translational research. This program offers a valuable opportunity to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field. 

TL1 PI/Directors Group

Upcoming Meetings

This group meets on the Fourth Wednesday of every month from 4 – 5 PM ET.  To access archived information from these meetings, such as agendas, presenters and meeting minutes, click the link below. 

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Upcoming Meetings

This group meets on the Fourth Wednesday of every month from 4 – 5 PM ET.  To access archived information from these meetings, such as agendas, presenters and meeting minutes, click the link below. 

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Committee Goals

The overarching goal of the group is to provide clinical and translational research training for the next generation of the biomedical research workforce. The group includes academic and professional staff leading and managing programs funded by NCATS T-awards (e.g. TLI and T32). These programs include pre-doctoral students in Ph.D. programs, year-out programs from professional degrees (M.D., D.P.T., D.Pharm., or other professional doctoral programs) and post-doctoral trainees in traditional post-doctoral fellowships, residencies or clinical fellowships. It is recognized that within an institution the core funding is from NCATS, but other students may be supported by funding leveraged from MSTP, other training grants, foundations, individual NRSAs and institutional funds. 

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Foster collaboration and sharing of best practices among programs.
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Foster collaboration with the workforce development initiatives of NCATS and the CTSA Program Consortium.
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Define metrics that can be broadly applied across programs and integrated with other metrics of outcome success.
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Facilitate networking mechanisms, among program graduates, to enhance their ability to succeed in clinical and translational science careers.
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Develop a robust evaluation process that will lead to an improvement of outcomes.

Contact Information

For questions or more information about the TL1 PI/Directors Group, please contact the CCOS Coordinator.  

Talia Hernandez
Talia Hernandez

CCOS Meeting Coordinator

Contact

Contact Information

For questions or more information about the TL1 PI/Directors Group, please contact the CCOS Coordinator.  

Talia Hernandez
Talia Hernandez

CCOS Meeting Coordinator

Coordination, Communication, and Operations Support (CCOS) is funded by theNational Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health.

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