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3168 Clinical and Translational Mentoring Team (CTMT): Effective Strategy for the Development of Students – undergraduate (US) and graduate (GS) – and Faculty (F) of Health Sciences Programs (HSPs) in Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) in Puerto Rico

  • Margarita Irizarry-Ramírez (a1), María E. González-Méndez (a2), José R. Moscoso-Álvarez (a2) and Rubén García García (a1)

Abstract

OBJECTIVES/SPECIFIC AIMS: The Title V Cooperative Project between the University of Puerto Rico- Medical Sciences Campus (UPR-MSC) and Universidad Central del Caribe (UCC) has trained US, GS and F (participants) of HSPs to engage them in CTR. METHODS/STUDY POPULATION: First stage of the training sessions (TS) dealt with the theory of CTR. After TS and responding to their research interests, as answered in a questionnaire, the participants formed a CTMT, under the mentorship of a well-established CT researcher. This, as a prelude to their hands-on experiences in Intensive Development and Experiences in Advancement of Research and Increased Opportunities (IDEARIO), for which a research proposal is needed. RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: Five (5) CTMTs were formed in different research areas – cardio, neuro, liver, renal, Zika–, as submitted in their research concept papers.Eight (8) CT researchers are currently mentoring 2 US, 7 GS and 6 F of HSPs through the CTMTs. They have submitted a research proposal, as a bridge between the theory in the TS and the practice in IDEARIO. Five (5) proposals were received and 2 of them approved, while the other 3 are in the evaluation process. We will present the composition, research topics, development of research and the feedback of participants in IDEARIO and CTMTs. DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: The CTMTs and their respective proposals are effective strategies for the mentoring of US, GS and F in CTR.

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3168 Clinical and Translational Mentoring Team (CTMT): Effective Strategy for the Development of Students – undergraduate (US) and graduate (GS) – and Faculty (F) of Health Sciences Programs (HSPs) in Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) in Puerto Rico

  • Margarita Irizarry-Ramírez (a1), María E. González-Méndez (a2), José R. Moscoso-Álvarez (a2) and Rubén García García (a1)

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