OUR MENTORS

Mentorship, sharing tacit knowledge, expertise, experience, and opinions, is an essential foundation of our community and our approach.

INSPIRING INDIVIDUALS

Mentors engage with TRP students–over coffee (or tea)–to share their experiences, act as sounding boards for student ideas, and reflect on projects and gaps that could lead to interesting Capstone Projects. Discussants are invited from industry, government, and academia to conduct small discussion groups in the Foundations of TR course. Guest speakers lead workshops and offer insight related to their expertise.

DISCUSSANTS

At the TRP we are a community of people interested in the range of topics and activities associated with mobilizing research into impact.  Since no one person can possibly have all the skills and competencies, domain knowledge, and experience required to “translate” knowledge, our classes and talks are often joined by people we refer to as Discussants.  Discussants are the people who have come to our classes and shared with us their insights, knowledge, and expertise.

Next Program Info Session: February 16th

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PARTNER PROJECT VISIT: SAINT ELIZABETH

As part of the partner projects the Translational Research Program students have embarked on, they are expected to meet with members of their respective organization who will be mentoring them throughout the translational research thinking process. On December 7th one...

Did you know? You can customize your TRP curriculum to meet your needs?

While there are core courses in the TRP every student takes, you can customize your education through modules and electives and make your curriculum your own.

Next Program Info Session: February 16th

Join us at our next information session and find out if the TRP is right for you!

Spread the word about the TRP!

Download our program brochure to share with your contacts.