Proposed Multidisciplinary Training Program - 8 page limit

A strong plan to develop a successful training program is necessary. Didactic and experiential training focused on the topic of the network is required. In addition, training in general laboratory research, translational research and clinical research concepts as well as collaborative research should be described.

Create a document that provides a description of the proposed multidisciplinary training program (basic, clinical, population and/or translational research exposure) and include the following information:

  • Detailed plan for a multidisciplinary training program and demonstrate the resources and capabilities needed to foster the success of their trainees/fellows;
  • Qualifications and characteristics of current and anticipated trainees/fellows;
  • Source for recruitment and how prospective trainees/fellows will be evaluated;
  • Proposed evaluation of trainees’/fellows’ ongoing progress via an individual development plan (IDP);
  • Planned collaborative experiences with established investigators at other institutions/organizations including identifying opportunities for trainees/fellows to work with established investigators at other network Centers/Partner Hubs;
  • Track record of the proposed mentors/directors in training and ability to track trainees/fellows;
  • Documentations of a ready supply of trainees/fellows;
  • Names and degrees of proposed key faculty for program;
  • History of successful training for researchers in the appropriate research topic.

Refer to the RFP for additional training component requirements.

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