Associated Training Grants
The 3i Initiative has several associate training grants for predoctoral and postdoctoral students. A brief program description and program contacts can be found below.
Computational Approaches to Diabetes and Metabolism Research
The University of Utah Interdisciplinary Training T32 Program in Computational Approaches to Diabetes and Metabolism Research will cross-train a cadre of predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees in the computational and mathematical sciences and in the biological basis of diabetes and obesity. These bioinformatics scientist trainees will gain the expertise and leadership skills to apply computational and mathematical methods to complex biological questions that will ultimately impact the prevention, treatment, and outcomes of people with diabetes and related metabolic diseases. This training program will consist of a combination of mentored research and career development training, coursework, and extensive interactions with faculty and trainees across campus and beyond.
For additional information, please see: http://medicine.utah.edu/dbmi/academics-education/
Microbial Pathogenesis Training Program
Microbial Pathogenesis lies at the crossroads of Microbiology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, and Host Defense. The Microbial Pathogenesis Training Program serves as a platform for integrated training of predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees by bringing together basic scientists and clinician scientists for the exchange of ideas and enhancement of research goals and training at the University of Utah.
The Microbial Pathogenesis Training Program University of Utah supports three pre-doctoral and three post-doctoral trainees for a minimum of one year. The program faculty for this training program consists of 33 senior scientists drawn from a range of disciplines.
Key components of the Training Program include many opportunities for exposure of the trainees and the broader community to cutting-edge research and interactions including the Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series, the Microbial Pathogenesis Retreat, the Summer Journal Club, the Clinical-Microbiology Combined Conference, and advanced courses in Bacterial Pathogenesis, Viral Pathogenesis, and Immunology. Critical to the training environment are trainee opportunities for interaction with
For additional information, please see: https://medicine.utah.edu/pathology/microbiology-immunology/microbial-pathogenesis/training-grant.php
Multidisciplinary Pulmonary & Critical Care Research Training Program
Information coming soon.
National Library of Medicine (NLM) Training Program
The NLM Training Grant will train pre- and postdoctoral fellows. The grant focuses on four general areas of focus: 1) Clinical Informatics; 2) Clinical Research Informatics; 3) Population and Public Health Informatics
For additional information, please see: http://medicine.utah.edu/dbmi/academics-education/nlm.php