Careers and Training
Research Positions at BIDMC
If you are interested in obtaining a clinical research position at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, please visit
Careers @ BIDMC and follow these steps:
- Click "Job Search/Apply Online"
- Click the link for "BIDMC Job Openings"
- Search job by typing "Clinical Research" in the requisition or keywords field. This will list opportunities in clinical research at the medical center.
- Choose the job that interests you and apply online.
Clinical Investigator Training Program
Clinical Investigator Training Program is a cooperative effort between Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. The goal of the fellowship is the training of physicians from a variety of clinical disciplines in the techniques and processes utilized in patient-oriented research. The program prepares graduates to follow a career path as clinical scientists who are skilled bedside clinicians recognizing problems at the bedside and possessing the technical skill and knowledge to solve these problems at the bench.
Harvard Catalyst provides a systematic way for investigators from disparate disciplines and institutions to find each other and form teams, to gain open access to tools and technologies, and to obtain seed funding to embark upon new areas of investigation.
It is composed of thirteen programs. Ten of these Programs were required by the "request for application" by the National Institutes of Health defining the components of a Clinical and Translational Science Center. Three additional Programs (Ethics in Clinical and Translational Research; Linkages; and Pediatrics) were components of the original ten Programs but have now been designated as independent Programs to support their unique efforts.