New Physician-Scientist Research Opportunities for Residents and Fellows

Professor of Pathology and Residency Program Director Thomas J Cummings, MD, is pleased to announce Physician-Scientist research opportunities in collaboration with the Duke Office of Physician Scientist Development, Duke Medicine, and Duke Neurosurgery.

Duke Pathology residents may apply for the Duke Medicine R38 Research Pathway; residents and fellows interested in neuroscience may apply for the NIA Alzheimer disease R38 grant and Duke Neurosurgery R25 Research Pathway; and residents and fellows may apply for postdoctoral T32 grants.

“These opportunities will allow our residents to pursue the American Board of Pathology Physician-Scientist Research Pathway track, and support our trainees interested in a physician-scientist research career,” said Cummings.

Visit this page for more information, and also the Association of Pathology Chairs Physician-Scientist Training Programs website page.