Eureka Institute International Certificate Program in Translational Medicine
The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is requesting applications for an internal competition to sponsor up to four faculty to attend the Eureka Institute 10th International Certificate Program in Translational Medicine, April 8-14 in Siracusa, Italy.
- Must be a full-time faculty member with the Miller School of Medicine or College of Engineering and conducting translational research
- Must be within your first five years of federal and or industry funding
- Must commit to attend the full week-long program (arriving on Saturday, April 8 and leaving on Sunday, April 15)
December 5, 2017 at 5 p.m. – Information session
December 13, 2017 at 1 p.m. – Information session
January 8, 2018 – Deadline to apply
January 16, 2018 – Selected candidates will be notified
April 8-14, 2018 – Program dates
About the Program
The 10th International Certificate Program in Translational Medicine is hosted by the Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine, whose mission is to train and mentor new professionals in translational science. Participants will:
- Analyze the business, scientific and regulatory aspects of translational medicine
- Explore challenges professionals encounter in translational medicine and develop critical thinking skills to approach these challenges
- Develop communication skills for presenting complex scientific ideas to a broad audience
Questions should be directed to Daru Ransford, CTSI Director of Business Operations: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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