A trans-NIH K12 program in emergency care research has been funded by NINR; the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; and the National Institute of Mental Health. The program aims to prepare clinician-scientists for academic leadership roles and independent research careers in emergency medicine.
Participating institutions include:
- Indiana Emergency Care Research (Indiana EMCARE) Training Program at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Program Directors: Drs. Jeffrey A. Kline (email@example.com) and Kurt Kroenke.
- Oregon Emergency Care Research Multidisciplinary Training Program at Oregon Health & Science University.
Program Directors: Drs. Craig D. Newgard (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Cynthia D. Morris.
- Vanderbilt Emergency Care Research Training Program.
Program Directors: Drs. Alan B. Storrow (email@example.com) and Thomas J. Wang.
- University of Michigan Emergency Care Research Training Program.
Program Directors: Drs. Robert Neumar (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Michael Pinksy. (Note: this program is only seeking scholars with an NHLBI-specific research focus.)
Scholars are being recruited now for the July 1, 2017 program start date. Please visit each program’s website for more information and to apply.
Nurse scientist applicants must have a BS or higher degree in the field of nursing, and a research-focused doctoral degree. Please contact either Dr. Karen Huss (email@example.com) or Dr. David Banks (David.firstname.lastname@example.org), NINR program director contacts, for further discussion on how your proposed post-doctoral research plan aligns with NINR’s mission and strategic plan and interest in emergency care research.