"The Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program provides essential support to hospitals across the state for training physicians in clinical research and improving the detection and treatment of diseases,"
Click here for a full list of awardees.http://www.governor.ny.gov/assets/documents/ECRIPawards2013.pdf
The awards are given through the Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program (ECRIP), which provides funding to teaching hospitals to train physicians in clinical research. Funds help to cover the costs of physicians in training fellowships and the associated costs to conduct clinical research. Once ECRIP fellows conclude their training through this program, they will be well prepared to apply for
ECRIP provides funding for community-related research specific to an institution's service area. It is an open and flexible program allowing institutions to hire fellows in any subject that represents a strategically important area of growth for the institution. The program was redesigned this year to continue the Individual Awards for all teaching hospitals and create larger team-based Center Awards for institutions more advanced in biomedical research.
Individual Awards are providing 19 institutions with
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