Clinical Scientist Program
Regenerative Medicine offers novel therapeutic opportunities for many medical and clinical disciplines. The BSRT research projects of the clinical scientist aim towards the translation of scientific discoveries into therapeutic approaches in the four clinical fields of Regenerative Therapies dealing with the immune, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and nervous systems.
The Clinical Scientist Program was established as a postdoc programme for medical doctors who wish to combine translational and/or clinical research with the training required for their clinical specialization within medical fields such as orthopaedics, traumatology, haematology, nephrology etc.
In the first three years medical graduates will work in the clinic to finish the common trunk education and gain experience in their respective clinical fields. Starting with the fourth year Clinical Scientists work on their research projects in the BSRT laboratories in collaboration with selected institutes. They will be allocated protected time to manage their research and set up their own laboratories.
The BSRT Clinical Scientist Program has been extended to become a Charité wide educational program for young physicians from all sorts of disciplines who wish to have protected time for research during their medical specialization. You can find more Information on the Charité Clinical Scientist Program here.