Education and Training
One of CTSI's major goals is to train and reward interdisciplinary research teams at the University of Minnesota and in our communities.
CTSI's Research Education, Training, and Career Development Core (CTSI-Ed) offers a pathway for clinical translational science research training and career development, both for investigators and research support staff.
Requesting Mentor of the Year Nominations
We are now requesting nominations for the following:
All nomination materials must be received by Thursday, August 23.
Career development continuum
CTSI provides training and education to advance researchers through the career development continuum, from the undergraduate experience to an independent research career as a faculty member.
- Strengthening CTS career development through enhanced mentorship and a flexible, customizable, and competency-based curriculum to meet individual needs
- Providing educational opportunities with a coordinated, mentored clinical translational research continuum addressing T1, T2, and T3 research
- Enhancing faculty rewards and recognition
- Developing educational materials and delivery platforms to provide flexible, customizable, location-independent learning for research teams at the University and in our communities
David Ingbar, MD
Michelle Lamere, MPA, ACC
Angie Merrifield, MPA
Executive Administrative Assistant
Ned Patterson, DVM, PhD
Director, Pathways to Research Program (PReP) and Advanced Pathways to Research Program (A-PReP)
David Ingbar, MD
Interim Director, Pre-K Discovery Scholar Program
Kelvin O. Lim, MD
Jayne Fulkerson, PhD
Director, TL1 Program, and Director, Translational Research Development Program (TRDP)
Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, PhD
Associate Director, TL1 Program
Esam El-Fakahany, PhD
Director, K-R01 Program, and Co-Director Mentoring
Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD