Surgeon-Scientists in Pancreatology
University of Minnesota
Greg Beilman, MD, Masato Yamamoto, MD
The University of Minnesota T32 Training the Next Generation of Surgeon-Scientists in Pancreatology Program provides an independent translational science training experience in pancreatology through a team mentor-based program and a 2-year dedicated research period dedicated to the development of translational science projects utilizing the University of Minnesota Graduate School curriculum and thesis. Graduates of the training program will gain vital research skills and experience working closely with researchers in other disciplines, striving to answer clinically initiated questions or putting the findings of basic and translational research into clinical practice. These new surgeon-scientists will emerge from the training program with a solid foundation on which to build their academic careers and advance medical discovery and clinical care for persons with diseases of the pancreas. The University of Minnesota is nationally recognized for its longstanding excellence in pancreatology, including research in the areas of pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, and diabetes, along with the clinical care of such patients. Eligible Candidates a) General Surgery Residents b) Post-residency trainees at the time of a trainee award, the applicant must be a citizen or a noncitizen national of the United States, or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
How To Apply
For more information contact:
Lisa Rogers, Research Administrative Director; 612-626-4762, firstname.lastname@example.org