Goal: The translational science work has the skills and knowledge necessary to advance translational discoveries.
This Domain Task Force focuses on:
Building an environment that supports and values translational science as “the place to go” for those who want to pursue high-impact careers in health sciences.
Training and educating a world-leading, continuously learning workforce.
Developing a translational science workforce that can meet the needs of today and tomorrow.
- Full Workforce Development Domain Task Force Meetings [meets 2nd Wed., Bi-Monthly, 4–5 pm EST]
- [6/12/19, 8/14/19, 10/9/19, 12/11/19]
- TL1 Survey [meets on the 1st Thurs. of the Month, 9:00 – 10:00 am EST, AND 3rd Tues. of the Month 11:30–12:30 EST]
- [1st Thurs - 5/2/19, 6/619, 7/4/19, 8/1/19, 9/5/19, 10/3/19, 11/7/19, 12/5/19]
- [3rd Tues - 5/21/19, 6/18/19, 7/16/19, 8/20/19, 9/17/19, 10/15/19, 11/19/19, 12/17/19]
- Federated Education Platform, Harmonizing Competencies [meets 1st & 3rd Thurs., Monthly, 3–4pm EST]
- Not currently meeting
- Clinical Research Training for Investigators [meets 2nd and 4th Tues., Monthly, 2-3pm EST]
- [5/14/19, 5/28/19, 6/11/19, 6/25/19, 7/9/19, 7/23/19, 8/13/19, 8/27/19, 9/10/19, 9/24/19, 10/8/19, 10/22/19, 11/12/19, 11/26/19, 12/10/19, 12/24/19]
Read more about Domain Task Forces
Rebecca Jackson Ohio State University - Co-Chair
Susan Smyth University of Kentucky - Co-Chair
Susan Pusek University of North Carolina
Jason Umans George Washington University
Cynthia D. Morris Oregon Health Sciences Univ.
Joan Nagel NCATS