Acknowledgement of NIH Funding on CTRI Publications
For Researchers: The project described was partially supported by the National Institutes of Health, Grant UL1TR001442. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.
For KL2 Scholars: The project described was partially supported by the National Institutes of Health, Grant KL2TR001444 . The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.
ACTRI is committed to developing clinical researchers at every stage of their careers—from undergraduates to post doctoral researchers, high school students to faculty. The Education, Training, and Career Development Unit provides funding, training, seminars, and mentorship to researchers and students who want to advance health sciences.
With ACTRI grants, the
ACTRI CREST program, and the
ACTRI Translational Science Certificate, students, post-docs and
early career researchers can strengthen their skills in clinical and translational research as they learn from experienced faculty and biomedical industry professionals at UC San Diego.
ACTRI gives researchers the training they need to develop new skills and discover new ways to help patients.
ACTRI KL2 Mentored Research Career Development: The ACTRI KL2 program, a research training grant for junior faculty, under the co-direction of Joel Dimsdale, MD, and Adriana Tremoulet, MD, MAS, provides up to three years of research career development support and up to $100,000 for UC San Diego instructors or assistant professors. Click
here for application information.SUSTAIN (Supporting Under-represented Scholars in Translational and Interdisciplinary Networks)
Career Development Grant Assistance
ACTRIemail@example.com to request consultation regarding NIH Career Development (K) grant funding opportunities.
Good Clinical Practice Training
All study personnel engaged in executing a drug, device, biologic and/or behavioral intervention should understand the fundamental principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP). For UC San Diego study personnel listed on clinical trials IRB protocols, GCP training is recommended. A complete training module is available through the CITI program, at
Resources for Those Interested in Clinical Research Training
The ACTRI Clinical Research Enhancement through Supplemental Training (CREST) program, under the direction of Ravindra L. Mehta, MD, is designed to improve the skills and knowledge of clinician investigators and translational researchers by providing a comprehensive, cohesive learning experience in an environment that promotes interaction between basic scientists and clinical researchers. Click
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Colin Andrew Depp, PhD
Director of ACTRI Education, Training, and Career Development Unit
Phone: (858) 822-4331