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The Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine Research Training Program (VEMRT) is a K12 NHLBI sponsored opportunity designed to promote the growth of strong, competitive clinical scientists. Dr. Alan Storrow and Dr. Doug Sawyer have designed a multidisciplinary program to prepare you for an independent research career and academic leadership role within our specialty. We are currently seeking scholars to start the program on July 1, 2014. We will accept applications through December 7, 2013.  You can find an online version of the application here.  

Highlights of the VEMRT K12 Program

  • Multidisciplinary program designed for post-doc (MD or PhD) physician scientists
  • Four focus areas supported by expertise in comparative effectiveness, biomedical informatics, and health disparities
  • All mentors are R01 or equivalently fundedVanderbilt is the fastest growing US institution in federal funding over the last 3 years
  • The Alan B. Storrow Research Lab located next to our ED is dedicated specifically to our projects
  • Nashville aka "Music City" has a low cost of living with affordable housing and a variety of recreational activities ( voted #3 Best Value Cities in 2011 by Kiplinger)


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