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1 College within a College: CTR and Medical Student Summer Research

2 Research Options as JMC Student Summer -Self directed -Limited duration CwiC -Structured curriculum -4 years -Mentored milestones MD/PhD -Structured curriculum -7 or 8 years -Dual degree -Mentorship

3 Research Structure Program options Research Advisor options Summer Program CwiC None (D.I.Y.) Any on- or off-campus researcher (TJU or non TJU)

4 Options for research Summer research (~55 slots in 2014) Summer research (~55 slots in 2014) –Stipend* –Structured lectures College within the College (CTR) College within the College (CTR) –Structured program over 4 years Ad hoc research Ad hoc research –Individual relationship with investigator

5 CwiC Clinical and Translational Research Co-Directors: Walter Kraft, MD Wayne Bond Lau, MD Designed to supplement the medical school curriculum with a mentored, scientific concentration in Clinical and Translational Research (CTR). Designed to supplement the medical school curriculum with a mentored, scientific concentration in Clinical and Translational Research (CTR). Will not replace existing curricular elements. Will not replace existing curricular elements. Will include a scientific advisor (PI) and research mentor. Will include a scientific advisor (PI) and research mentor. Upon graduation participants will graduate with distinction and be prepared for a career as a physician scientist. Upon graduation participants will graduate with distinction and be prepared for a career as a physician scientist.

6 CwiC Clinical-Translational Research Identify Advisor Research Methods Training Year one Year two Year three Year four Project Presentation Mentoring Independent Research Summer Student Research Program Identify Advisor Independent Research Research Methods Training Recognition on transcript Project Presentation

7 College within a College (CwiC) Clinical and Translational Research What is it? What is it? It is an optional mentored experience that will extend over the four year duration of medical school. If I do not enroll in the CwiC am I still eligible for the summer research program? If I do not enroll in the CwiC am I still eligible for the summer research program?Yes If I enroll in the CwiC am I required to participate in the summer research program? If I enroll in the CwiC am I required to participate in the summer research program?No

8 College within a College (CwiC) Do I need to be in CwiC to be allowed to continue working with an advisor after the summer? Do I need to be in CwiC to be allowed to continue working with an advisor after the summer?No How do I apply? How do I apply? An application for CwiC CTR will be available online and due early January. Do CwiC and Summer research have different applications? Do CwiC and Summer research have different applications? Yes. CwiC is first, opening in Dec.

9 Program Objectives Appreciate the contributions of basic, translational and clinical research Appreciate the contributions of basic, translational and clinical research Improve the student’s understanding of diseases and, ultimately patient care Improve the student’s understanding of diseases and, ultimately patient care Develop expertise in scientific and experimental methods rerated to the medical sciences Develop expertise in scientific and experimental methods rerated to the medical sciences Foster constructive views of career opportunities for physician scientists Foster constructive views of career opportunities for physician scientists Have a meaningful, productive and enjoyable summer! Have a meaningful, productive and enjoyable summer!

10 Summer program Director: Constantine Daskalakis, PhD Program provides Stipend* Stipend* Lectures Lectures Program does not provide Research advisor Research advisor Support for off- campus activities Support for off- campus activities

11 Stipend ~55 students supported ~55 students supported 7-10 weeks 7-10 weeks 30 hrs/week + seminars 30 hrs/week + seminars Federal work study supplied Federal work study suppliedNote Other on campus programs may provide support. There maybe external sources of support.

12 Status of Federal Work Study (FWS) unclear Status of Federal Work Study (FWS) unclear If no FWS funding available options are: If no FWS funding available options are: –Work without stipend –Research advisor provides stipend –You find external source of stipend Program will still exist to support conferences and Levine eligibility Stipend (Summer 2015)

13 Summer Seminar Topics - Scientific literature searches - Scientific literature searches - Scientific literature reading and evaluation - Scientific literature reading and evaluation - Laboratory safety - Laboratory safety - IRB / responsible conduct in research - IRB / responsible conduct in research - Ethics - Ethics - Clinical trials - Clinical trials - Cardiovascular research - Cardiovascular research - Cancer research - Cancer research - Data analyses - Data analyses - Writing and reporting results - Writing and reporting results - Presenting results - Presenting results

14 Lavine Scholarship Tuition Reimbursement Earn $ Tuition Scholarship by: Successful completion of research project Successful completion of research project Submitting a scientific abstract Submitting a scientific abstract Attestation of research advisor Attestation of research advisor

15 Travel Fellowships This Program will award students up to $ in matching funds to students meeting the following requirements: The medical student must be first author (presenter) on the abstract that is to be presented at a national or international scientific meeting The medical student must be first author (presenter) on the abstract that is to be presented at a national or international scientific meeting The faculty of the departmental sponsor must sign the application indicating the source of matching funds The faculty of the departmental sponsor must sign the application indicating the source of matching funds Contact is Contact is

16 Where to find Research Advisors Centralized Programs Non-centralized Programs Directly contact investigator List of prior student projects Faculty interest database TJU and Kimmel Cancer Center websites AOA list Word of mouth Contact designated investigator

17 Centrally coordinated programs Anesthesia Basic and translational medicine Cardiology (Jefferson Coordinating Center for Clinical Research) Center for urban health Computational systems biology Computer assisted education development Emergency medicine Family & community medicine Neurological surgery Neurology Obstetrics & gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopaedics Surgery _research/programs.html

18 Online list of potential advisors CwiC student projects ( ) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aox4J_b6Buedd FNCYlAyVWlRMFdyRkY3c2ZzVVJGeGc&usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aox4J_b6Buedd FNCYlAyVWlRMFdyRkY3c2ZzVVJGeGc&usp=sharing 2013 summer student projects merResearch/SummerProjects.pdf merResearch/SummerProjects.pdf Faculty Interest Database https://w3.jefferson.edu/faculty/search/index.cfm

19 Departments at TJU Without Central Coordination Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Cancer Biology Dermatology & Cutaneous Biology Medical Oncology MedicineBiochemistry & Molecular Biology Cancer Biology Dermatology & Cutaneous Biology Medical Oncology Medicine* Microbiology & Immunology Microbiology & Immunology Molecular Physiology & Biophysics Neuroscience Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Molecular Physiology & Biophysics Neuroscience Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Otolaryngology/ Head & Neck Pathology, Anatomy & Cell Biology Pathology, Anatomy & Cell Biology Pediatrics Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics Psychiatry & Human Behavior Radiation Oncology Radiology Rehabilitation Medicine Pediatrics Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics Psychiatry & Human Behavior Radiation Oncology Radiology Rehabilitation Medicine Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Urology Urology

20 Programs and Directors Computer EducationAnthony Frisby, PhD Computer EducationAnthony Frisby, PhD Obstetrics and GynecologyJason Baxter, MD Obstetrics and GynecologyJason Baxter, MD Emergency MedicineWayne Lau, MD Emergency MedicineWayne Lau, MD Family MedicineMarianna LaNoue, PhD Family MedicineMarianna LaNoue, PhD NeurologyMichael Oshinsky, PhD NeurologyMichael Oshinsky, PhD NeurosurgeryStav Tjoumakaris, MD NeurosurgeryStav Tjoumakaris, MD Computational BiologyRaj Vadigepalli, PhD Computational BiologyRaj Vadigepalli, PhD AnesthesiaJeff Joseph, DO AnesthesiaJeff Joseph, DO Orthopedic SurgeryJavad Parvizi, MD Orthopedic SurgeryJavad Parvizi, MD Basic and Translational Medicine*Tung Chan, PhD Basic and Translational Medicine*Tung Chan, PhD Surgical ResearchJonathan Brody, PhD Surgical ResearchJonathan Brody, PhD JCCCR/CardiologySuzanne Adams JCCCR/CardiologySuzanne Adams Ophthalmology Lisa Stark Ophthalmology Lisa Stark

21 Application Process Summer Program Deadline: February 2015 Online application at Jeffline/ Intramural Research at JMC earch/jmc.html earch/jmc.html Notifications made by mid-March

22 Application Process CwiC CTR Deadline: January 5, 2014 Online application will go live on December 1. pplicationEntry.cfm pplicationEntry.cfm pplicationEntry.cfm Notifications made by early February Specify if you will be applying to summer program also

23 Overview Think about how you will do research Think about how you will do research –Summer program –CwiC +/- Summer program –Ad hoc Identify and reach out to research advisors sooner rather than later Identify and reach out to research advisors sooner rather than later

24 Slides available at CwiC CTR website e_within_college/translational_research.html e_within_college/translational_research.html


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