- The third year of fellowship is dedicated to 7-11 months of research.
- The fourth year is spent as faculty while pursuing NIH-funded research.
- Our research activities are performed in conjunction with Scripps Research and the KL2 Clinical Scholars Program at Scripps Research.
- The track is funded by the NIH as part of the Clinical & Translational Science Award (CTSA). This is a coveted NIH grant, which is sought after by every major academic program. There are only 43 CTSA hubs and Scripps hosts the only non-university-based program.
- All award recipients will pursue a Master’s Degree in Clinical and Translational Investigation from Scripps Research Graduate Doctoral Program. The program has been ranked in the top 10 by US News & World Report.
The Scripps Division of Cardiology is involved in a broad range of research activities, as well as many multicenter randomized, controlled trials.
Fellows may be involved in research in the following areas:
- Interventional and structural cardiology
- Imaging: Nuclear, CT and MRI
- Heart failure
- Translational research (Scripps Research Translational Institute)
- The Scripps Research Translational Institute is focused on individualized medicine
- Uses the tools of genomics and digital medicine combined with cutting-edge informatics techniques to better understand each person
- Brings together basic scientists and clinical investigators, fostering a highly collaborative multidisciplinary research with the greatest potential to transform the practice of health care and improve human health
- Basic science (Scripps Research)
- Scripps Research is the largest, private, nonprofit biomedical research organization in the world.
- Ranked No. 1 in the Nature Index Lens score which measures the degree of influence exerted by the research produced by an organization.
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