Careers in clinical and translational research: Non-traditional ways to contribute to improving Hoosier health
From Brandi Gilbert
Curious about a non-traditional career where you can help improve health? Learn from a panel of faculty and staff from the Indiana Clinical Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) as they share their diverse careers within the broad field of health research. You will learn about the variety of career options, such as community health engagement, research metrics and data services, health communication and facilitating research collaboration and will be able to ask questions about these careers.
The Indiana CTSI unites a collaborative team of faculty and staff from across our partner institutions at Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame working together to improve health in Indiana and beyond. Their mission is to bring together Indiana’s brightest minds to solve the state’s most pressing health challenges.
Moderated by Matt Allen with panelists:
Lane Coffee – CTSI Navigator
Emily Hardwick – CTSI program director
Anna Carrera – CTSI communications
Beth Whipple – CTSI Research Librarian
Mario Contreraz – Director of Operations – Clinical Trials