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  NCI designation renewed  
     
  Hiking minority participation in cancer clinical trials  
     
  New regimen offers longer cancer survival rates  
     
  Improving women's heart health  
     
  Better ways to control cancer pain  
     
  Study explores health of immigrant families  
     
  NIH grant helps new clinical researchers  
     
  Howard Hughes' grant for basic science  
     
  Tobacco tied to high cancer death burden in African-American men  
     
  Genetic switch boosts radiation effectiveness  
     
  1% of retailers sell 40% of guns used in California crime  
     
  Possible inflammatory-disease treatments  
     
  Early clues to ovarian cancer  
     
  Healthy success for non-dieters  
     
  New student affairs assistant dean  
     
  UC Davis develops drug that may block breast cancer  
     
  Researchers report new drug-delivery approach  
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NIH grant helps new clinical researchers

 "" PHOTO — Michelle Apperson, a neurology resident, credits the Mentored Clinical Research Training Program with making it much easier to develop her research project.
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Michelle Apperson, a neurology resident, credits the Mentored Clinical Research Training Program with making it much easier to develop her research project.
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The National Institutes of Health awarded UC Davis Health System a $1.4 million grant to support its Mentored Clinical Research Training Program, a formal, two-year curriculum that leads to either a certificate or a master's degree in clinical research. Enrollees receive financial support and commitments of ample time and a flexible curriculum to complete the program. The program is designed to attract senior residents and junior faculty committed to careers in pre-clinical/translational and clinical research. The educational curriculum includes research design and epidemiological methods, biostatistics, scientific methods, grant writing and research communication.

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