Resources for Funding, Research, Grant Assistance, and Work/Life
Vanderbilt provides a variety of resources to assist clinical and translational researchers. The following list outlines some of the resources used by MSCI trainees:
Assists junior faculty members engaging in clinical research in any area relevant to women’s health with an emphasis on sex and gender factors.
Provides support to residents, fellows and junior faculty in the Divisions of Hematology/Oncology, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Surgical Oncology and the Department of Radiation Oncology.
Links to assist with grant awards for fellowship training (F series) or career development (K series).
A portal of resources for junior faculty and fellowship level trainees who are committed to a career in clinical investigation.
A free editorial service to enhance written scientific communication.
List of shared resources/research core facilities, from those serving small groups of investigators to those supporting all VUMC researchers.
Consultants provide guidance in study organization, IRB navigation, training, protocol development, preparation of study-related documents, funding and contractual agreements, and overall program advisory. The office sponsors periodic workshops.
University IRB website
Weekly workshops offer basic instruction and practical advice on commonly encountered clinical research topics.
The Department of Biostatistics offers assistance with experimental design, study design, data analysis, data display, statistical computing, and interpretation of results.
The Office of Faculty Affairs oversees and promotes data-driven initiatives to improve faculty recruitment, development, promotion and retention. The Office administers many faculty funding initiatives derived from the Academic Strategic Plan, including Chancellor Faculty Fellows and Provost Research Studios. Faculty development events such as Faculty Insights are co-sponsored jointly with the Office for Inclusive Excellence.
The overall mission of “Women on Track” is three-fold:
- To promote the retention and advancement of tenure track women faculty in medical science.
- To provide mentorship, support, and career education for junior faculty women.
- To construct a framework from which to attract and retain talented women from the house staff and post-doctoral levels of our organization.
Poster printing services are available for MSCI trainees through BRET Poster Printing Services. Please submit poster printing requests through https://vanderbilt.corefacilities.org/.
BRET Poster Printing Services: Light Hall 307
Interactive system provides tools to identify resources, find experts, access templates for research preparation and study conduct, obtain database development software, learn about educational requirements and opportunities, and receive help with research application and approval processes.
Links to the Office of Research Informatics and REDCap.
Provides services to Vanderbilt investigators related to development and implementation of mail, telephone, web and mixed mode surveys.
The Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR) offers a variety of resources to investigators and research teams. VICTR is supported by personnel from VICTR administration who are available to assist you with your VICTR applications, answer questions about VICTR resources available to you, and guide you through the StarBRITE website.
Offers a variety of services to facilitate, promote, and support VUMC investigators in research and sponsored activities.
Links to assist with grant writing and management.
Links to assist with grant awards for fellowship training (F-series) or career development (K-series).
PARTNERS knows that life happens. Doris Duke Partners support early career faculty who are facing care giving challenges so that career momentum can be maintained or restored when the going gets rough.
The Employee Assistance Program of Work/Life Connections-EAP is available to Vanderbilt faculty and staff including full-time, part-time, and TempForce employees and their spouses.
Nondiscrimination/anti-harassment, faculty/staff accommodations, and affirmative action programs pursuant to Vanderbilt’s requirements as a federal contractor
Provides disability services for qualified students
Vanderbilt prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct and discrimination. The University will take prompt and effective action to address all allegations of sexual misconduct and discrimination.