Welcome to the Clinical Research Training Center. The CRTC provides didactic curriculum and mentored training in clinical and translational research for predoctoral students, house-staff, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty. Read More>
Registration is now open for Spring 2015 Applied Health Behavior Research (AHBR) classes. Read More>
The Tuition Award Program is currently available to postdoctoral scholars taking MSCI or AHBR courses in Spring 2015 who are not receiving training grant funds. Read More>
The First-Annual Paul Calabresi K12 Symposium was held at Washington University in St. Louis on Friday, September 26. K12 Scholars were able to present on their current projects. Read More>
TL1 Predoctoral Summer, Intensive, and Standard applications are open. Deadline for application is February 15th. Read More>
CRTC provides didactic curriculum and mentored training in clinical and translational research for predoctoral students, house-staff, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty.
Review eligibility requirements for the CRTC program of your choice and complete and submit your application online today.
Emily Olfson, an MD-PhD student and CRTC TL1, led researchers at the School of Medicine who found that although a gene variant can prevent some young drinkers from developing alcohol problems, the gene's protective effects can vanish in the presence of other teens who drink. Wash U Article> CBS Article>
See a list of CRTC sponsored Seminars and Workshops open to the public.