Clinical and Translational Research Training Track
The goal of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Clinical and Translational Research Training (CTRT) Track is to develop and mentor passionate residents, fellows, and 1st/2nd year junior faculty on a pathway toward independent, successful investigation in clinical and translational research in child health and disease. During this experience, CTRT trainees will gain an applied, hand on experience in the design, implementation, presentation, and publication of a clinical or translational research study.
Seminar Series in Academia
The Seminar Series in Academia consists of topics involving teaching, mentoring, research, program building and quality improvement. For all Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital faculty, trainees and staff. Check CONNECT for event dates.
Interdisciplinary Research Forum
This forum will allow individuals to seek research advice/feedback, research mentorship and research networking. Individuals will be invited to present new study concepts/proposals, work in progress and final study results. This forum is open to any member of the JHACH and JHU communities (St. Petersburg, Baltimore) who is interested in and/or involved in pediatric clinical and translational research or basic science research. Check CONNECT for event dates.
All Principal Investigators and study team members are required to complete research compliance training.