Early Career Grant Development Program: is a six-month program designed to enhance the grantsmanship skills of junior clinical faculty interested in pursuing extramurally funded research with limited experience submitting grants. Upon completion of the program, each participant will be expected to have a proposal suitable for submission to an extramural funding agency. Recruitment for the 2020 cohort is ongoing, for more information email SOMResearch@uthscsa.edu.
Advanced Grant Development: A six-month program for junior clinical faculty with prior experience submitting grants. This program’s purpose is to ensure continued success of promising researchers and advance their career trajectory. Successful candidates will have obtained a career development award or submitted R-series or equivalent awards and are prepared to work on their next/revised grant submission. Recruitment for the 2020 cohort is ongoing, for more information email SOMResearch@uthscsa.edu.
Xiangya Visiting Student Program: Students from the Xiangya School of Medicine in Changsha, China participate in a two-year research learning opportunity with JTLLSOM faculty. Faculty applications to be considered as a mentor for this program are accepted at the start of the spring semester. Details can be found here.
Master Research Awards: These awards recognize faculty who embody the spirit of UT Health San Antonio’s research mission through scientific discovery and mentoring individuals at various stages of their academic research careers, especially junior faculty. The call for nominations is open through August 17, 2020. For more information and/or to submit a nomination, please review the following documents.
Accolades Newsletter: Highlighting scholarly achievements of JTLLSOM faculty and disseminating news of interest to the research community. Submit an Accolade for yourself or a colleague here. Stay tuned for the next volume of our Accolades Newsletter!
Research Day: Held in April, this is the annual poster session for JTLLSOM students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. For more information, please visit our Research Day page.
La Frontera: Exploring the Cutting Edge of Science: Symposium series that brings distinguished speakers from different backgrounds together discuss a common problem from multiple angles. Our next event will be led by Dr. Amelie Ramirez and cover Population Health: AI, Big Data and Analytics.
Clinical Trials Scholars: Panel-based workshop series for clinicians interested in getting started in clinical trials. Launching Fall 2020 with our inaugural session, Clinical trials in academia: What’s in it for me? Stay tuned for more information!
Research Socials: Quarterly networking events to meet other faculty and discuss potential collaborations. Temporarily on-hold due to COVID-19.
Faculty Research Speed Networking: Fast-paced structured networking events for faculty interested in expanding their network of collaborators, particularly between biomedical and clinical faculty. Planning for our next event is underway, check back for more details.
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7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78229