The Building Interdisiplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH, pronounched "birch") Program is a NIH-funded mentored career-development program, which "connects junior faculty, known as BIRCWH Scholars, to senior faculty with shared research interest in women's health and sex-differences research." To learn more about the BIRCWH Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, please email Ashley Ertmer.
The purpose of the Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists (FRCS) is "to provide supplemental, flexible funds to early-career physician-scientists working on clinical research projects and facing extraprofessional demands of caregiving." To learn more about the FRCS and its eligibility requirements and application process, please email Ashley Ertmer.
The Palliative Care and Aging Research Training Program is a NIH-funded institutional training grant (T32) that supports postdoctoral fellows in palliative care and aging. To learn more about the Palliative Care and Aging Research Training Program and its eligility requirements and application process, please email Agata Hardin.