NCATS and the CTSA One Health Alliance (COHA) are funding 2-year research fellowships to engage veterinary clinical specialists in inter-disciplinary research teams. Veterinary specialists have expertise in naturally occurring animal models of human disease that may advance translational research in your laboratory.
The Alliance is recruiting descriptions of potential fellowship training laboratories, from trainers at the 15 CTSAs that are affiliated with veterinary schools (ctsaonehealthalliance.org).
These training opportunities should include a clear translational research program that can leverage the strengths of a residency-trained veterinary specialist (avma.org), an interdisciplinary mentor team with a mix of backgrounds (e.g. DVM, MD, PhD, PharmD, DDS, RN, etc.), active NIH funding for at least one mentor, a strong history of mentorship, and a clear collaboration plan. A potential fellow should not be identified in the pre-submission.
Training takes place in your laboratory, although Madison Wi is listed as a default.
For more information, contact Dr. Lauren Trepanier: email@example.com
Deadline for submission of training opportunities is July 1, 2019.