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Revision as of 21:08, 13 April 2016


Specialty Type
Hospital affiliation(s)
Hospital
Academic affiliation
University
Location Somewhere, Someplace, United States of America
Website Standard Display Text

Program Description

The Internal Medicine-sponsored Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) is a modified training track that allows young physician-scientists to take a short-track option for post-residency scientific training at UT Southwestern Medical Center. PSTP participants have the option of starting a fellowship after two years of internal medicine training.

They are exposed to highly individualized mentorship, have the opportunity to train in the research laboratories of our internationally renowned faculty, and are eligible for up to four years of augmented salary support during the years of their fellowship training. All fellowship programs within the Department of Internal Medicine participate in this program and support it enthusiastically.

Program Information

Program Highlights

  • Length of Program: Normal / Research Track (if different)
  • Number of protected research months:
  • Overall Size: Total / Per Year
  • Research Track Size: Total /Per Year
  • Separate NRMP Code for Research Pathway: Yes/No
  • Research Opportunities: (Department Only vs. Campus Wide)
  • Benefits:
  • Career Development Opportunities: Types of mentorship, grant writing/funding opportunities, Additional funds for conferences requiring travel, etc

Outcomes

  • Job Placement: (Percent in Academic/Private/Industry/Other)
  • Funding success: (K-awards, R-awards, F-awards, etc)

Program Tracks

If applicable list research tracks (ie Pathology has AP/CP, AP only, CP only)

Contact Information

References