80% of graduates have continued in research positions either within academia (72%) or industry (8%).
49% have obtained an NIH K or other type of career development award.
19% have received an NIH R01 or equivalent grant.
Several graduates hold leadership positions, including Department Chair/Vice Chair, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research, Division Chief, Executive Medical Director, Vice President for a health benefits company, Chief Medical Officer for a pharmaceutical firm, and Chief Scientific Officer of a university-affiliated research institute.
More than 130 have graduated in the first 20 years.eived an NIH R01 or equivalent grant.