We are pleased to announce that our longstanding T32 titled “Training in Pediatric Neurointensive Care and Resuscitation Research” was competitively renewed for another five years.
The program is in its 21st year of funding from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH having begun in 2000 and has supported the research training of nearly 40 postdoctoral fellows, many of whom are now independently funded and/or are current leaders in the field. Drs. Patrick Kochanek and Robert Clark are multi-PIs of the program which supports post-doctoral fellows who are interested in research across the fields of pediatric brain injury and pediatric resuscitation. The program has basic, translational, and clinical research tracks and supports trainees from multiple departments. It seeks to develop future clinician scientists and scientists working across the full spectrum, from the field to the emergency department, to the ICU and rehabilitation.
Two Co-Is include Dr. Hülya Bayır, who is the director of the basic science track, and Dr. Anthony Kline who is the director of diversity recruitment. We are grateful to NICHD for continuing to support our unique program.