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Education, Training, and Career Development (ETCD)

Building Human capacity for clinical and translational research in Colorado

The Education, Training, and Career Development (ETCD) core function of the Colorado CTSI provides clinical-translational scientists and trainees with knowledge, training, and career skills. The ETCD core function integrates educational programs at the University of Colorado Denver (UCD) and its partners, with skills-training programs in strategic areas. The ETCD offerings span critical periods, from the beginning of research training at the pre-doctoral level through mid-career and including leadership training for senior faculty and research administrators. Programs are intended to promote collaborations leading to research with broad implications for public health. Ultimately, through this forward thinking strategy, the ETCD will help create a robust local workforce and a national leadership pool for clinical-translational research.

You must be a member to utilize ETCD resources, apply for funding opportunities, and attend events. To become a member, please visit our membership page. Membership is free.

If you are interested in being entered into a database where you can be matched with a student (high school, undergraduate, or graduate) who would like a research experience working (paid or unpaid) in your lab, please complete this survey.

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 ETCD Director

Marc Moss, MDMarc Moss, MD

Education, Training, and Career Development (ETCD) Director,
Roger S. Mitchell Professor of Medicine

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