Pediatric Research Career Development

The Department of Pediatrics at IU School of Medicine offers career development resources and mentorship to advance the training of pediatric physician scientists and pediatricians interested in studying clinical health outcomes.

Morris Green Physician Scientist Development Program

The Morris Green Physician Scientist Development Program supports pediatric residents and fellows interested in training to be a pediatric researcher, physician-scientist, or an academic leader. Successful physician scientists benefit from training and mentorship that extends beyond the comprehensive clinical training provided in residency and fellowship programs, so the Morris Green Physician Scientist Development Program offers deeper research training for scholars through seminars, mentorship and funding.

K12 Award for Physician Scientists

The  Indiana Pediatric Scientist Award is a K12 award for physician scientists available to junior faculty in the Department of Pediatrics who are interested in making research their primary focus. This NIH Child Health Research Career Development Award Program K12 grant provides junior faculty physician scientists with financial support, education, resources and mentorship to help accelerate their ability to become independent investigators.