The Research Scholars Program also has a more “research-intensive” pathway, dubbed the “T32-RSP Pathway.” In this pathway, trainees work with mentors during the CA-1 and CA-2 years, and complete 6 months of research during the CA-3 year. Thereafter, T32-Research Scholars will go onto (typically) two years of research with their chosen mentors, often paired with a clinical fellowship of their choosing. At the completion of this intensive two-year research experience, T32-Research Scholars will be extremely well positioned to obtain independent funding of their own and go onto highly productive and independent careers in academic medicine. The training opportunities for this program draw on the outstanding research faculty in Yale’s School of Medicine and Yale University.
The T32-Research Scholars Program will provide exceptional training and support for those select fellows who have strong aptitude and desire for a career in academic medicine. The goal of this program is to nurture the next generation of medical scholars who will lead Anesthesia for generations to come. The T32-Research Scholars Program provides financial support for the outstanding fellows that are chosen. Scholars will be supported by NIH-funded training grants in Anesthesia and elsewhere.