Research Training

The goals of the second two years focus on research. Fellows will select an area within basic science, clinical or education research during the early part of the first year. Research proposals will be developed in collaboration with the mentor and time allotted to develop a proposal for external funding during the first or early part of the second year of the fellowship. Basic science researchers will be expected to participate in regularly offered seminars at Case and may choose to attend a molecular and cellular laboratory course either at Case or a two week intensive course during the summer of the second year. For fellows choosing the clinical research track formal coursework at Case will be encouraged. Fellows choosing the Medical Educator tract will be expected to develop a scholarly project in conjunction with a medical educator. Advice on the selection and mentor for the project will be sought from a nationally recognized rheumatology medical educator.

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