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For residents with substantial research experience and a desire to continue research effort during residency, the CN Research Track offers an adjusted training curriculum that allows for up to 9 rotation blocks (2 call-free) of research elective time during the traditional 3-year residency training period. Mentorship is a central feature of the CN Research Track. A customized mentoring committee of experienced Children's National investigators is assembled for each Research Track resident. A primary research mentor is then identified based on the applicant's experience and career interests, which may be oriented toward basic science, clinical science, public health or health policy. Interested residents will apply via ERAS and be accepted into this track via the NRMP match.

Please explore the Children’s National Research Institute website to see what exciting research opportunities await. Exceptional candidates may also be eligible for our CNStARR Program.

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Interested in learning more? Contact Andrea Hahn M.D., M.S.