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Residents interested in applying for the Research in Residency program can also take advantage the six individualized residency pathways available.
Learn more about Individualized Residency Pathways.
Cincinnati Children’s is dedicated to strengthening the research pipeline for future physician scientists and to help position our residents for the best and most competitive fellowships available.
To support these goals, Cincinnati Children’s has developed a unique opportunity to reward meritorious research proposals from residents in categorical pediatrics through the Research in Residency program.
Up to five proposals will be funded every year.
Residents whose proposals are selected for funding will receive $2,000 for supplies at the outset of the project and a $5,000 research award at the completion of the project, pending written confirmation of completion from the mentor.
Residents who are awarded a $2,000 grant from the AAP will receive a supply budget of $3,000 from Cincinnati Children’s.
All residents who submit proposals will receive written feedback.
Residents (DO, MD or MD/PhD) interested in applying for the Research in Residency program must declare their intention to have a 5-6 month continuous concentration in research by mid-January of the PL-1 year.
By declaring their intention, this will facilitate the scheduling of a continuous research block between years 2 and 3 (e.g. April-June of the PL-2 year and July-September of the PL-3 year). Lesser durations of research will not be eligible for the award.
Research proposals in the areas of basic, translational, clinical, educational, and health services/outcomes/systems improvement research are welcome.
The Research in Residency program invites applications from residents in all the individual pathways in our pediatric residency program (research, primary care, global health, acute care, subspecialty, and hospitalist), provided that 5-6 months of continuous research is proposed.
By Jan 30th of the PL-2 year, residents planning a 5-6 month concentration in research must submit with the chosen mentor a four page application consisting of:
Residents’ proposals will be reviewed by a multidisciplinary panel consisting of Cincinnati Children’s investigators with expertise in basic, translational, clinical, educational, and health services/outcomes/systems improvement research. All proposals will be ranked by priority score.
Up to five proposals will be funded in any given year.
Residents whose proposals are selected for funding will receive $2000 for supplies at the outset of the project and a $5000 research award at the completion of the project, pending written confirmation of completion from the mentor.
Residents who are awarded a $2000 grant from the AAP will receive a supply budget of $3000 from Cincinnati Children’s.
Proposals not approved
Residents whose proposals are not selected for funding will be able to undertake their proposed projects, if the mentor agrees.
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