Harvard Catalyst Courses

Harvard Catalyst Two-Day Course: Empowering the Mentee

May 9 – 10, 2019

Application due February 22, 2019

Endorsements due February 27, 2019

For:

  • Individuals early in their careers and interested in maximizing the benefit of mentee-mentor relationships. The course will focus on empowering the mentee.

Eligibility:

  • MD, PhD, or equivalent with an interest in clinical and translational research
  • Instructors, clinical residents, and clinical fellows
  • Post-doctoral research fellows
  • Graduate students pursuing doctoral degrees accepted as space permits

Applications now open here.

 

Introduction to Translational Medicine

April 8 – 11, 2019

Application due February 27, 2019

Endorsements due March 4, 2019

For:

  • An introduction to the principles and practice of T1 translational research

Eligibility:

  • MD, DMD, PharmD, DNP, PhD, or equivalent
  • Involvement in basic or clinical research

Applications now open here.

 

Leadership Strategies for the Researcher

May 20-21, 2019

Application due April 5, 2019

Endorsements due April 10, 2019

For:

  • Junior principal investigators and emerging clinician-researchers to build their leadership and management skills

Eligibility:

  • MD and/or PhD involved in clinical research
  • Fellows, instructors, or assistant professors currently leading research teams

Applications now open here.

 

T3/T4 Research: Translating Effective Interventions into Practice

May 2-3, 2019

Application due March 29, 2019

Endorsements due April 3, 2019

For:

  • An overview of T3/T4 research that focuses on the translation of findings from research in controlled environments to general clinical practice and population health. Methods include comparative effectiveness research, cost-benefit analysis, and implementation science.

Eligibility:

  • MD, DMD, PharmD, DNP, PhD, or equivalent

Applications now open here.

 

Understanding Biomarker Science: From Molecules to Images

May 6-9, 2019

Application due March 14, 2019

For:

  • Individuals interested in learning and applying translational biomarker science to i) understand pathogenesis and mechanisms of biology/disease; ii) design preclinical and clinical studies for disease monitoring as well as therapeutic responses. This course will provide an overview of the translational biomarker development pipeline from discovery to applications and commercialization.

Eligibility:

  • MD, DMD, PharmD, or PhD, and be poised to begin or be actively engaged in basic or clinical research; or BS/MS with >7 years of experience in biomarker science
  • Must commit to four full days

Applications now open here.

 

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