The Clinical Sciences Scholars Program (CSSP) scholars will receive a generous start-up package from both departmental and institutional sources and will be paired with a career mentor who is a recognized leader in clinical research and whose expertise aligns with the scholar’s major area of interest. Through the program, scholars will be integrated into a multidisciplinary network of clinical researchers, with focused attention on—and support for—career development that spans specific scientific content, clinical research methodology, and leadership skills. They will also be connected with colleagues in the basic and translational sciences.
The goals of the Clinical Sciences Scholars Program (CSSP) are to provide robust support and mentorship and develop both institutional and national leaders in the field of clinical research.
Clinical Sciences Scholars Program Committee
Diane M. Harper, M.D., MPH, M.S., Committee Chair, professor of family medicine
George A. Mashour, M.D., Ph.D., associate dean for clinical and translational research; executive director of translational research; Bert N La Du Professor of Anesthesiology Research; professor of neurosurgery
Kevin C. Chung, M.D., MS, assistant dean for instructional faculty, Medical School; Charles B de Nancrede Professor of Surgery; professor of orthopaedic surgery
Teri A. Grieb, Ph.D., senior director for research, Office of Research, Medical School
Anna Suk-Fong Lok, M.D., assistant dean for clinical research; Alice Lohrman Andrews Research Professor of Hepatology
Julie C. Lumeng, M.D., professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, Medical School; research professor of the Center for Human Growth and Development; professor of nutritional sciences, School of Public Health
Erica E. Marsh, M.D., associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology
Anne F. Schott, M.D., professor of internal medicine
Srijan Sen, M.D., Ph.D., Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Professor of Depression and Neurosciences; associate professor of psychiatry; research professor of the Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute