The Clinical Research Scholars Program (CRSP) is an intensive mentored research career development program. The objective of the CRSP is to support the development of successful clinical, translational and outcomes researchers among junior faculty affiliated with Children's. This goal is accomplished through a structured program of financial support, educational seminars and mentoring by dedicated CRSP faculty.
The CRSP supports career development in a wide range of research areas, including the mechanisms and treatment of diseases of children, as well as research related to areas such as patient safety and quality improvement.
The program is administered by Program Director Dr. Margaret Rosenfeld, Associate Program Director Dr. Joseph Flynn and the Center for Clinical and Translational Research (CCTR) Business Office. The program is being piloted for two years in the CCTR with the intention to ultimately become a Seattle Children's Research Institute-wide initiative.
For more information, see the CRSP Program Overview
- Full (primary) membership in the CCTR
- Rank of acting instructor, acting assistant professor or assistant professor
- Standard path: Clinician-educator or clinician-clinician track (only if clear documentation of expectation and protected time for research by division chief)
- Intensive path: physician-scientist or clinician-educator track
- Applicant's division chief must guarantee a minimum of 20% (standard path) or 50% (intensive path) protected time for CRSP participation, as demonstrated in a letter of support
- A primary mentor must be identified, with willingness to mentor demonstrated in a letter of support
- The applicant should propose career development in clinical, translational or outcomes research