Opportunities for training and funding in C/T research Training Programs/Fellowships
Title Description Audience Duration Time Commitment Support Application Deadline
Biomedical Informatics Master of Medical Sciences Master's program for 4th year medical students, postdoctoral researchers, and clinicians seeking to strengthen their skills in informatics through research and didactic training Postdoctoral students who recognize the relevance of informatics to their research
MDs who are interested in qualifying for the subspecialty in clinical informatics
Medical students who would like to take a research year during their training to explore the importance of informatics in the practice of medicine
Up to two years One year full time or two years part time, equaling 36 total credits N/A Closed
Biostatistics Training An HSPH master of science program in applied biostatistics Bachelor's degree in one of the mathematical sciences or an allied field 17 months 60 credits N/A Closed
Clinical and Translational (C/T) Research Academy Advanced training program that offers a pathway to conducting independent research MD, DMD, PhD
Must be a fellow in a Harvard-based training program and working with a Harvard-based mentor, and must have two full years of salary support and 75% protected time available at the time of admission to the program
Two years Participation in a full-time four-week summer program, a weekly longitudinal seminar, elective courses, mentor-based research, and an extensive array of Harvard Catalyst-funded resources N/A Closed
Grant Review and Support Program (GRASP) A multi-year program for K grant awardees seeking independent research funding Investigators in the first year of a 4- or 5-year NIH K grant (such as a K23, K08, K07, K01, or K25) or equivalent career development award from a grant-funding organization (such as the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, or U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs) Five years or the duration of an individual's K grant Participation in a three-day orientation and grant writing workshop, monthly work plan submissions, and quarterly specific aims review sessions N/A Closed
KL2/Catalyst Medical Research Investigator Training A mentored research & education program for junior faculty and senior fellows Research or health-professional doctoral degree
Junior faculty within the first three years of appointment or senior fellowship appointment at a Harvard Catalyst-affiliated institution
2 years Must be able to commit 75% of professional effort to the program except for surgeons, who may be eligible to commit as little as 50% time 50-75% of salary Closed
Leder Human Biology & Translational Medicine An enrichment program for PhD students on the fundamentals of human biology & disease Enrollment in a Harvard Integrated Life Sciences (HILS) doctoral program 1.5 years 1.5 years (in the context of a Harvard PhD program) N/A Closed
Mentee-Mentor Matching Program A program that matches junior investigators with senior faculty who serve as developmental mentors Graduate students, post-docs, and junior faculty seeking guidance on overall career development
Applicants may or may not have a scientific project mentor or principal investigator
Ten months Two one-hour meetings per month, plus opening, mid-year, and closing events September 2018 - June 2019 August 17, 2018
Mixed Methods Research Training Program for the Health Sciences Comprehensive training in mixed methods through a fully-funded educational and mentoring program in the health sciences Early and mid-career faculty and nonacademic investigators seeking training in mixed methods
Must be a US citizen and hold a doctoral degree
One year Three-day annual summer retreat, one-hour webinars, and additional time to be actively engaged in developing a proposal and consulting with the mixed methods experts on the training program faculty N/A Closed