American Heart Association (AHA) Fellowship Programs
A-TRAC 2.0 Career Enhancement Core (CEC)
The goal of the A-TRAC 2.0 Career Enhancement Core (CEC) is to foster the advancement of diverse Tobacco Regulatory Science (TRS) researchers. Through a multi-institutional, multidisciplinary training program focused on supporting participants’ research and pilot projects, early career translational, basic, clinical, and population investigators gain expertise in cardiovascular medicine and regulatory policy. The Fellowship enhances research expertise for TRS investigators through our distinguished personnel and research at multiple A-TRAC institutions. Our curriculum is fortified through partnerships with AHA’s research and training programs. Read more about A-TRAC 2.0 here.
Applications for the 2019-2020 A-TRAC 2.0 Fellowship cycle will be posted in early summer 2019.
AHA Atrial Fibrillation Strategically Focused Research Network (AF SFRN)
To accelerate progress in atrial fibrillation (AF) research and clinical care, it is essential to develop the next generation of AF scientists capable of collaborating and translating across basic, clinical, and population domains. The AF SFRN virtual fellowship accelerates synergy and collaborations across AF SFRN Centers and Disciplines to train the next generation of translational AF scientists. We build the scientific and professional competencies of early-stage investigators through rigorous training and multi-level mentoring. Read more about Boston University’s AF SRN here.