The Translational Research Institute (TRI), through its collaboration with the Cancer Institute, and the College of Medicine Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, is offering several scholarships to students attending the Master’s Program in Clinical and Translational Sciences (MS-CTS). Each awardee will be supported to cover 20% FTE to allow the scholar time to dedicate to the program.
Qualified candidates are full time UAMS faculty who are interested in applying to the MS-CTS Program in the coming fall semester, 2021. The following documents are required in the application and need to be submitted via the scholarship application page before March 15, 2021:
- Career Development Statement/Personal Statement: Must show strong interest in clinical and/or translational research. Goals of the program and early career development must be clearly stated. While you may not have a specific research plan outlined, some idea of research interests and goals should be stated. Successful applicants will show a dedication to pursuing future funding (KL2, K23, foundation grants, etc.) by the end of the master’s program.
- Letter of Support from Department Chair: This letter should have a clear statement of commitment for two years of 20% protected time for attending the program. Department chairs may nominate faculty for the program.
- Curriculum Vitae from the applicant.