Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Training Opportunities

Webinar Recording Available: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Developmental Disabilities

For many healthcare providers, it can be challenging to distinguish between behaviors associated with a developmental disability and behaviors resulting from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). It takes coordination across multiple disciplines to ensure early and accurate diagnosis and treatment of ACEs and/or developmental disabilities. On March 5, 2019, CHOP's Violence Prevention Initiative (VPI)  hosted a webinar titled "Crossroads of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Developmental Disabilities" that provided actionable information for healthcare providers to meet these challenges.

After Injury, Brain Injury Science Is His Calling

Gabriel Nah, a senior at Lincoln University, plans to become a neuroscientist and thanks the REU Injury Science at CIRP for helping him choose a career path.

Make the Most of Scientific Conferences: Top 5 Tips

In this guest post, Divya Jain, one of CIRP’s Bioengineering PhD students, shares her top 5 tips for making the most of scientific conferences.

Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates Announces 2019 Program

Applications will soon be accepted for a unique summer internship for undergraduates interested in injury science research.

Stories from the REU Injury Science Class of 2018

Read about the Injury Science REU Class of 2018's amazing research experiences this past summer at CIRP.

Why Peer Mentoring Matters

In this guest blog post from Ethan Douglas, BS, learn about the Injury Science REU Program’s Peer Mentorship component from a student’s perspective.

Training Students to Tackle Real Life Problems

Learn how CIRP researchers mentor and coach students as they take on an active role in academic research to help improve pediatric injury prevention.

Capping Off College with Concussion Research

Today we welcome a guest blog post from Julia Vanni, who completed a six-month co-op with the CHOP concussion research team in 2015 and recently graduated from Northeastern University with a BS in Health Science. She describes her experience as a co-op intern and her Capstone project on concussion recovery.

Choosing a Career in Injury Science Research

Ridhi Sahani plans to pursue a PhD in Biomechanical Engineering at the University of Virginia and shares why the Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program helped her prepare for the future.

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