Training and Educational Resources Overview
Continual training is a part of the MCRI Postdoctoral Fellowship program. The MCRI fellowship program utilizes existing partnerships with regional educational institutes, national research organizations and agencies, and numerous networks to provide fellows with access to a wide range of interdisciplinary activities, external workshops, online classes, webinars, and network meetings. Below are the specific opportunities fellows may utilize during their time at MCRI. Some resources are specific to a research area and/or subject to change. Please contact Seth Langreck and speak with mentors for current status.
Mentees will work with mentors to develop a training matrix, a living document that outlines the milestones of the fellowship. The following resources are available for consideration while developing the training plan matrix.
Workshops, Online Classes, and General Resources
NCATS Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration (CLIC) Education Clearinghouse (ICTR): The CLIC Education Clearinghouse offers introductory mentor and mentee resources that are framed around the four phases of the mentoring relationship: Selection, Alignment, Cultivation, and Closure.
Basics of Conducting Clinical Research at UW-Madison (ICTR): The course aims to develop clinical research staff with the UW Health environment, although most the of the content is applicable to all UW clinical research settings.
Scientific Writing Online Webinars (ICTR): These workshops range from research strategy to selecting journals for publication.
Research and Policy Online Webinars (ICTR): These webinars overview the common issues between research and the policy that oversees it.
Grant Writing Fundamentals: This resource introduces the fundamentals of grant writing and development.
National Institute of Health (NIH) Sample Grant Applications: This is a collection of exceptional applications and summary statements.
Journal Clubs, Seminars, and MCHS Engagement
Postdoc Journal Club: TBA
Infectious Disease Journal Club: TBA
Scientific Seminar: This series brings leaders to MCHS to discuss the current state of medical research.
Grand Rounds: This series allows speakers to discuss a topic relevant to MCHS.
REDCap Training: These webinars introduce users to the various aspects, features, and changes to REDCap. Contact Seth Langreck for current schedule.
Seth Langreck - Program Administrator
Marshfield Clinic Research Institute
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
1000 North Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI 54449-5777