Workforce Development

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The UB CTSI Workforce Development Core supports investigators, graduate students, scholars and research support staff through the development and maintenance of curriculum and professional career development.

Mission

The Workforce Development Core aims to develop an interprofessional, interdisciplinary, ethnically/racially/culturally diverse and excellent clinical and translational workforce with skills to meet the health care needs of our Buffalo community, the Western New York region and the nation.

  • 8/13/20
    Mentored Career Development Awards programs prepare the next generation of the best and brightest clinical and translational researchers.
  • 4/21/21
    One of the major aims of the UB Clinical and Translational Science Institute is to train our workforce in clinical and translational science with state-of-the-art educational tools.
  • 6/18/21
    CTSI Distinguished Seminars feature important topics in clinical and translational science presented by outstanding, and sometimes world-renowned, speakers.
  • 3/27/20
    Developing an excellent and diverse workforce in clinical and translational research.
  • 3/9/21
    Our staff of dedicated professionals are committed to the goal of developing an interprofessional, interdisciplinary, ethnically/racially/culturally diverse and excellent clinical and translational workforce.
  • 6/23/21
    The UB Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is a member of the national CTSA consortium and is eligible to apply for diversity and re-entry supplements designed to promote diversity in health-related research and re-entry into biomedical and behavioral research careers.
     
    The goal of the diversity supplements is to provide support to improve the diversity of research in the workforce, and the goal of the re-entry supplements is to provide opportunities to support individuals with a high potential to re-enter an active research career after interruption for family responsibilities or other qualifying circumstances.
     
    Candidates must be graduate students, post doctorates, or eligible investigators meeting the criteria outlined in the Request for Proposals (RFP).