TL1 Program: Team Oriented Training across the Translational Sciences Spectrum (TOTTS)

This program will not run for 2023 - 2024 due to uncertain parent grant funding decisions.

Provides support for pre- and post-doctoral trainees to develop skills for conducting team oriented clinical and translational research (CTR) spanning the pre-clinical to population health spectrum. Candidates will be co-mentored by faculty with diverse clinical and translational interests and expertise.

The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and its Education, Training and  Career Development Programs are committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity. Diversity and equity drive excellence in clinical and translational research and how that evidence is applied. We lead and support programs and initiatives that address inequities and injustices in under-served populations, as well as inequities within our translational workforce. We are dedicated to working with trainees, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds to continuously foster a culture of inclusivity.

A woman presenting on a computerFunding Support 

​​One year fellowship stipend at the NRSA/NIH level that can be supplemented by mentor with non-federal funds.

Pre-Doctoral Awards

  • Stipend: $25,320
  • Tuition & Fees: $10,169
  • Travel: $1,220 to attend the national CTSA TL1 meeting
  • Research Related Expenses: $4,200

Post-Doctoral Awards

  • Stipend: $57,456 (dependent on post graduate year).
  • Tuition & Fees: $4,500 (tuition level may change depending on post graduate year)
  • Travel: $1,320 to attend the national CTSA TL1 meeting
  • Research Related Fees: $11,850