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Training and Enrichment Programs

Musculoskeletal Research Pilot and Feasibility Grant Program

To incentivize new collaborations with other Johns Hopkins Medicine-based researchers, the Center for Musculoskeletal Research launched a Musculoskeletal Research Pilot and Feasibility Grant Program. Recipients of the grant have obtained new collaborative NIH grants with other bone and muscle researchers from several departments.

T32 Training Program

Our faculty members are committed to training orthopaedic residents, Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows in the modern process of discovery. A new NIH-sponsored T32 training program combines the training of orthopaedic residents and postdoctoral scientists through a unique structure, which requires both research and didactic phases to occur concurrently by teams of trainees. The team science approach is intended to produce trainees who enter the job market better prepared to contribute to the next generation of biomedical discovery.

For more information on the Musculoskeletal Research Pilot and Feasibility Grant Program or the T32 training program, please contact Thomas Clemens, Ph.D., Director of Research, Department of Orthopaedic Research.