UMB Campus Training and Career Development Programs
UMB Training and Career Development Programs
Education and Training for Clinical Investigators: The goal of this program is to provide education and training in clinical and translational research for clinicians and scientists.
Certificate Program in Clinical Research: This 12-credit certificate program in clinical research will provide training in the core competencies of clinical research, including study design, biostatistics, data management, scientific communication, and the ethical, legal and, regulatory issues in clinical research.
Master of Science in Clinical Research is a track in the Master of Science program in Epidemiology. It is designed specifically to meet the needs of the clinician or clinician-in-training by providing a combination of coursework and research experiences needed for a successful career in clinical investigation.
Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Health Services Research (PHSR): Core graduate courses include pharmaceutical health services research, research methods, and statistics.
Center for Translational Medicine Postdoctoral Training: Graduates from a variety of backgrounds related to medicine, statistics, engineering, pharmacy, and pharmaceutical sciences can benefit from postdoctoral training in quantitative translational medicine and pharmacometrics. Training will be tailored to meet individual needs.
Summer Short Course: Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research at UMB: The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health is pleased to sponsor the 16th annual Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research Course at UMB. This course is open to all faculty, fellows, residents, students, and staff with an interest in clinical and translational research at UMB.
The Research Career Development Program (RCD) offers workshops, classes,and seminars in subjects that are crucial to an academic research career, including Grant Writing, Publishing Your Research, and Identifying Funding Sources for Your Research. In addition, the RCD offer symposia in Scientific Leadership and Professional Development. Services are open to the entire campus!
In addition to the workshops and services currently offered, several new workshops are being developed.
Please check back with this website frequently to see announcements of these new training opportunities. The RCD also co-sponsors events with the Office of Postdoctoral Scholars.
The Pharmaceutical Health Services Research (PHSR) Center at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy provides UMB faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and other researchers customized SAS programming, data cleaning, and file preparation workshops. Our team can assist researchers from all health disciplines. For more information, contact 410-706-5315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The diversity and quality of NIH-funded training programs available to our predoctoral and postdoctoral student researchers is a point of pride for our institution.
Actively funded training programs include:
- Interdisciplinary Training Program in Cardiovascular Disease, T32 HL007698-22A1S1
Dudley Strickland, PhD, Departments of Surgery and Physiology, and CVID
- Signaling Pathways in Innate Immunity (SPII) Program, T32, NIH/NIAD T32AI095190
Stefanie Vogel, PhD, Department of Microbiology and Immunology
- Cancer Biology Training Program, NIH/NCI T32CA154274-02
Toni Antalis, PhD, Department of Physiology and CVID, Curt Civin, PhD, Departments of Pediatrics, Physiology, and Medicine
- Interdisciplinary Training Program in Muscle Biology, NIH/NIAMS T32 AR007592-17
Martin F. Schneider, PhD, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Fellowship Training Program in Vaccinology, NIH/NIAID T32 AI007524-15
Myron Max Levine, MD, Department of Medicine
- Research Training in Gastroenterology, NIH/NIDDK T32 DK067872-06
Jean-Pierre Raufman, MD, Department of Medicine
- Immunity and Infection, NIH/NIAID T32 AI007540-14
James B. Kaper PhD, Department of Microbiology and Immunology
- Training Program in Integrative Membrane Biology, NIGMS, T32 GM008181
Matthew Trudeau, PhD, Department of Physiology
- Training Program in Neuroscience, NIH/NINDS T32 NS063391-08
Jessical Aurora Mong, PhD, Department of Pharmacology
- Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP), NIH/NIGMS T32GM092237-03
Michael Donnenberg, PhD, Department of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology
- Epidemiology of Aging Training Program, NIH/NIA T32 AG000262-15
Jay S. Magaziner, PhD, Epidemiology and Public Health
- Meyerhoff Training Program/Expanding participation by Minorities in Biomedical Sciences, NIH/NIGMS R25 GM055036
Michael F. Summers, PhD, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Summer Program in Obesity, Diabetes & Nutrition Research Training Program, NIH/NIDDK 1T35DK095737-01
Nanette Steinle, MD, Department of Medicine
- Diabetes and Its Metabolic Complications, NIH/NIDDK 1T32DK098107-01A1
Simeon Taylor, MD, PhD, Department of Medicine