CTSC training program seeking candidates for clinical research scholar positions

The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative KL2 Training Program seeks candidates to fill Clinical Research Scholar positions. These positions will be available in July 2013. The training program is a component of the Cleveland CTSC and is funded by the National Institutes of Health.

CR Scholars will embark on a four-year program of intensive training in interdisciplinary team-based, patient-oriented research, which will combine a novel educational program with mentored research experiences.

Applications are encouraged from physicians, nurses, dentists, social and behavioral scientists, engineers, biostatisticians, epidemiologists, bioethicists and other professionals with expertise relevant to clinical research.

Successful candidates will receive a Case Western Reserve University appointment, with salary and benefits commensurate with prior experience and qualifications, research stipend, tuition benefits and access to a multidisciplinary pool of highly qualified mentors who will guide their research projects.

Applications will be accepted through Oct. 22.

Interested applicants should contact Beth Spyke at spykeb@ccf.org or 216.444.2702 for information and application instructions. More information also is available online at casemed.case.edu/ctsc/education/kl2/.