The Translational Research Academy is an education and research support program to enhance the career development and success of early-career clinical and translational researchers. Faculty who have significant effort devoted to research are eligible to become Academy Scholars. Scholars may continue in the Academy for two years based on progress towards identified goals and active participation in Academy Programs. The Academy provides education and leadership development training, research support services, mentoring, and networking opportunities.
A new Cohort is selected in early fall of each year. If you are interested in applying, please contact Anita Pulley at email@example.com.
View Cohort rosters of Scholars from past and ongoing classes, contact information, and areas of research.
LOI Deadline February 3rd - WFU and the WFBMC Translational Science Institute (TSI) are seeking applications for novel and innovative interdisciplinary research projects that include investigators from each campus.Read More
Christopher Austin, MD, Director of National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), will visit Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center on February 20, 2014. Register to hear his talk.Read More
The Roena B. Kulynych Center for Memory and Cognition Research is sponsoring two pilot grant programs to promote promising new research ideas by providing funds to support production of preliminary data for the development of grant applications.Read More
The TSI is pleased to announce the selection of fourteen early-career faculty as the 2013-2015 TSI Research Academy Scholars.Read More