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Intensive summer program helps physicians build clinical research careers
Date:3/24/2009

ederal sources. Nearly one-third of respondents are currently academic researchers pursuing investigations in epidemiology, clinical trials and health services. Factors most predictive of future success in obtaining NIH funding were being age 40 or less when attending the PCE, being a generalist rather than a specialist and publishing a PCE coursework project.

"Certainly older enrollees achieved federal funding success as well, but it could be that older participants are more likely to have distracting personal and professional responsibilities that compete with a research career," Goldhamer notes. "The favorable impact of being a generalist was unexpected and may simply reflect that generalists enrolled in the PCE as part of dedicated research fellowships, while some of the specialists were taking a research component of largely clinical fellowships. The association between publishing PCE research projects and NIH grant funding suggests that the opportunity to pursue real-world practical projects during clinical research training, coupled with close mentoring, can serve as a springboard to a career as an independent investigator."


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