The PRICE Center is committed to training young investigators and postdoctoral fellows by supporting their research endeavors. PRICE offers funding support, training, and resources that will contribute to the improved understanding and clinical management of acute and chronic pain. All of our trainees are exposed to a comprehensive program that consists of didactic and research components as well as required participation in clinical and basic research rotations.
Our program contains:
- A well-balanced core curriculum;
- Provisions for the recruitment of underrepresented minorities;
- A required component dealing with the ethical conduct of research; and
- Steps to ensure the program meets the needs of trainees in areas of research, education, and professional development.
PRICE overall training goals are:
- To produce individuals equipped to develop clinical and/or basic science research programs
- To instill in these individuals an appreciation for the benefits of collaborative, multidisciplinary programs in meeting the present and future challenges in the field of pain research
The IMPART Program provides research training for postdoctoral fellows interested in pain and aging research.
The UF CAMPAS is providing pilot grants, Core resources, and mentored training to support the research career development of early career investigators from underrepresented backgrounds who are conducting research related to pain, aging, and disability.