The VCU DOIM Rising Scholar Program is a unique opportunity to obtain dedicated training in Clinical and Translational Research, while progressing in your academic career in Internal Medicine and Subspecialties and improving clinical skills. The program is designed for individuals who are BC or BE in Internal Medicine, and will last 24 months with a start date of July 1, 2018. Read more >>>
The program will combine formal training within the VCU Master of Science Program in Clinical and Translational Research with hands-on research experience under the tutelage of a dedicated mentor.As part of the program and as DOIM faculty, the scholars will receive an excellent benefit package, a competitive salary commensurate to the clinical load, a $5,000 stipend for CME and other scholarly activities and a $20,000 grant to support an approved research project.
At the end of the program, trainees are expected to be competitive for appointment to an Assistant Professor faculty position and for a KL2 or K23 NIH training grant. Alternatively, the program can be preparatory to a clinical fellowship in an Internal Medicine specialty. Participation in the DOIM Junior Scholar Program at VCU, however, provides no guarantee of or acceptance to a clinical fellowship or to a faculty position.
To apply, please visit VCU eJobs: https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/59827 or https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/59828
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