Training

Translational Research Fellows Program


Program Description

  • TRFP is a three-year training program (subject to annual review) focused on working with a multidisciplinary team and integrating experimental research with patient-based clinical research to explore disease processes and advance detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
  • Each TRFP fellow will be assigned an ISB faculty mentor.
  • TRFP fellows are expected to develop an independent research program with mentorship from ISB and PSJH researchers and clinicians.
  • Every fellow will receive funding to support salaries and research-associated costs. Fellows are encouraged and expected to secure funding as their research progresses.

Program Focus Areas

Research project ideas include, but are not restricted to:

  • Using data clouds to optimize wellness, identify the earliest stages of transition from wellness to disease, and follow disease progression and response to therapy
  • Improving wellness analytics and validating wellness metrics
  • Developing molecular network models for drug discovery
  • Systems approaches to addressing disease heterogeneity

Application and Selection Process

We are not currently accepting applications for the Translational Research Fellows Program.

Current Fellows

Brian Searle

Brian Searle

James Yurkovich

James Yurkovich