Education and training for the clinical and translational research workforce develops and maintains priceless human resources that dedicate themselves to prevent and fight disease. The NJ ACTS Workforce Development Core provides a broad diversity of programs and initiatives in clinical and translational science for the spectrum of investigators, scientists, and clinical research professionals working in this field.
Workforce Development Core by the Numbers
Interns complete independent projects in the areas of workforce development and research within clinical and translational science.
NJ ACTS offers a digital badge through a Canvas course. This credential is earned in Clinical Research Coordination.
NJ ACTS offers two grant writing programs for early career scientists including graduate students, postdoc fellows, and junior faculty.
Join us for our latest online and in-person trainings to support the career development of the NJ ACTS workforce.
NJ ACTS offers 6-month fellowships in Clinical Research Management at one of multiple Clinical Research Centers across NJ.
Earn advanced training in clinical and translational science through a variety of Master’s degree and certificate programs.
NJ ACTS partners with numerous PhD programs and fellowships in pharmaceutical industry and clinical research management.
NJ ACTS offers global workforce training through virtual and exchange experiences, facilitated by our NJ ACTS Outreach Coordinator in Botswana.
NJ ACTS partners with NJ-based internships and programs for high school students, undergraduates, and graduate students.