Seattle Children’s provides a number of opportunities for junior faculty affiliated with Seattle Children’s Hospital to participate in structured career development programs, including mentoring, educational seminars, and financial support.
Clinical Research Scholars Program
The Clinical Research Scholars Program (CRSP) is an intensive mentored research career development program. The objective of the CRSP is to support the development of successful clinical, translational and outcomes researchers among junior faculty affiliated with Children’s. This goal is accomplished through a structured program of financial support, educational seminars and mentoring by dedicated CRSP faculty.
Program Length: 2 years
The CRSP supports career development in a wide range of research areas, including the mechanisms and treatment of diseases of children, as well as research related to areas such as patient safety and quality improvement.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute Career Development Program
The Seattle Children’s Research Institute Career Development Program provides the time, funding, mentorship and training necessary to foster the early career development of the next generation of Seattle Children’s researchers. Recipients receive up to three years of salary support and project funds.
Program Length: Up to 3 years
This program is open to both current Seattle Children’s investigators and external investigators who would like to join Seattle Children’s. We encourage applications from all health professions and scientists with diverse backgrounds.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Excellence in Research New Investigator Award program provides the time, funding, mentorship, experiences and training necessary to foster the early career development of the next generation of Seattle Children’s researchers.