Research

Translational Research

The Translational Research Program at North Shore-LIJ's Department of Emergency Medicine focuses on research that bridges the gap between discoveries in basic science and clinical research. The Emergency Medicine Translational Research Fellowship is a collaborative educational effort between the Department of Emergency Medicine at North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY, and the NIH-funded General Clinical Research Center at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, the research arm of North Shore-LIJ Health System. A state-of-the-art facility, the GCRC is home to internationally renowned researchers from a wide variety of scientific and medical disciplines.

The Emergency Medicine Translational Research Fellowship provides the opportunity for mentorship by federally funded scientists whose work in translational research is designed to make the latest advances in the laboratory available to patients in a clinical setting. The fellowship program is open to graduates of Emergency Medicine Residency programs who are board-prepared in Emergency Medicine.

Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program Grant Awards:
The Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program (ECRIP) is a grant program funded by the New York State Department of Health. Funding for the program is awarded to physician mentors seeking post-graduate physicians with an interest in translational research that benefits the State of New York. For further details on the program, visit ECRIP.

For more information about the Emergency Medicine Translational Research Fellowship Program, please contact Jason Z. D’Amore, MD, or Mary Frances Ward, RN, MS, ANP.

Jason Z. D’Amore, MD
(516) 562-1237
jdamore@nshs.edu

Mary Frances Ward, RN, MS, ANP
(516) 562-2926
mward@nshs.edu