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UPDATE: This event is being held by virtual meeting only. See instructions below.

The Clinical and Translational Science Training Program (CTSTP) is a six-month certificate program that provides training in clinical and translational research, including approximately 50 hours of didactic instruction as well as interactive experiences. Course content represents the following modules: Clinical Trials, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Ethics, Clinical Genetics Research, Behavioral Research, Outcomes Research, Dissemination of Results, and Grant Writing and Funding Opportunities. 

Sessions are presented by experienced clinical and translational researchers or individuals with special expertise in areas such as grants and contracts and regulatory issues. Preceptors include faculty and research staff from across the CCTS Partner Network.

Please join from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone. 
Phone: 1-646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 998742235#
Participant ID: Type your name here to be counted present

WHEN: Wednesdays, January to June
TIME: 8-10am
WHERE: Pittman Center for Advanced Medical Studies (PCAMS) Building
Video conference access will be provided to trainees from CCTS Partner Network institutions

Call for Application

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  • "The CTSTP provided me with the foundational knowledge and practical skills to successfully make the transition from academic research to the highly-competitive medical science liaison career path in the pharmaceutical industry."

    — Ren-Jay Shei, PhD, CTSTP 2019

  • “The training program taught me about the wealth of resources that UAB has to support clinical trials and scientific advancements led by the next generation of physician-scientists.”

    — Jodie Dionne-Odom, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, UAB