The Colorado Program for Musculoskeletal Research NIH T32 (CPMR T32) will train Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral fellows in diverse areas of musculoskeletal science spanning across the spectrum from basic science to translational/preclinical study, to clinical trialing. The CPMR T32 program provides a robust palette of educational programming that is aligned with cutting-edge research opportunities in bone and cartilage biology and disease, regenerative medicine, musculoskeletal development, biomechanics, mechanobiology, and musculoskeletal performance/pain management.
The training program provides a series of formalized education components that will support the seated trainees in parallel with a diverse group of unseated trainees spanning from the undergraduate level to clinical residents and fellows at all four University of Colorado campuses, as well as groups of trainees from our neighboring institutions in Colorado (CSU, SPRI, Mines, DU). The education-specific components of the Program include a Musculoskeletal Science Curriculum, the Mack Clayton Seminars, Work-in-Progress Meetings and Journal Clubs, the Annual Research Symposium and D’Ambrosia Diversity Lectureship, and a weekly Specific Aims Development Conference.
Please see our events calendar below to learn about the many activities taking place.
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Program Administrative Contact