Georgia Clinical &Translational Science Alliance Mentored Career Development & Training Grants

Funding Organization: 
Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA)
Type of Funding: 
Training grants
Proposal Deadline: 
Monday, March 15, 2021
Award/Eligibility Description: 

Predoctoral TL1 program eligibility:
• Medical students: Medical students at Emory or Morehouse School of Medicine are eligible for TL1
support as part of a dual degree (MD/MSCR) track. Medical student applicants accepted into the TL1
program begin TL1 support and the MSCR program after their year of clinical rotations (i.e., generally
after their 3rd year of medical school).
• PhD graduate students: PhD-level graduate students may apply for TL1 support to begin the program
in the year after passing comprehensive examinations. The TL1 support would provide opportunities to
receive dual degrees (PhD/MSCR).

Postdoctoral TL1 program eligibility:
• Physicians in Training (residents and fellows): Postdoctoral physicians, including senior residents
and those in fellowship training programs at the Emory University School of Medicine or Morehouse
School of medicine may apply to the TL1 program at any point in their postdoctoral (residency or
fellowship) training.
• Postdoctoral fellows with PhD, PharmD, or equivalent degrees: PhD postdoctoral fellows and
PharmD residents may apply at any point in their postdoctoral training.