The Research Education, Training and Career Development program provides resources for community partners, graduate and medical students, and junior faculty across all colleges. Our goal is to attract outstanding students and faculty members to clinical and translational research careers, and provide them the guidance and tools required to be successful, independent investigators.
TRI is building a collaborative educational infrastructure to ensure integration of basic, clinical and community sciences.
TRI provides funded career development training to promote professional skills that enhance scientific productivity and leadership.
The TRI “Pathfinders” are an interdisciplinary group of advisers available to assist students and faculty in identifying appropriate mentors and outlining academic and career development plans.
TRI is working to expand the number and diversity of students, trainees and faculty engaged in biomedical science and research disciplines.
|Robert McGehee, Jr., Ph.D. | Biography