The Latin American Training Program (LATP) is a comprehensive, year-long online training program. It provides webinars, recorded content, and online discussions on cutting edge science and professional development to young investigators from Latin America and the Caribbean.
Fifteen outstanding students are selected each year to participate in an online, advanced 3-week training program. Additionally, more than 100 students from across the region participate in an online training program, which includes webinars, videos, networking, and discussions on professional development and the latest science. IBRO-LARC will ensure inclusiveness, gender equity, and regional representation amongst the LATP organizers, professors, principal investigators and selected students.
In addition, two LATP Fellows are selected each year to receive an IBRO-USCRC LATP Fellowship which covers costs associated with participation in advanced training courses or other conferences/meetings. Selection is decided by the LATP organizers and takes into account gender and geographical balance within Latin America and the Caribbean.