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Career Development Programs

 

CTSI is accepting applications for the New Investigator Pre-K Career Development Program and the KL2 Scholars Career Development Program until 5pm on May 15, 2014.

 Learn about:

Training Programs for Faculty Members

These training programs are designed to support junior investigators as they build independent research careers. 

New Investigator Pre-K Career Development Program

The Pre-K Career Development Program is available to Assistant Professors (in rank ≤ 4 years), conducting clinical or translational research. It provides $50,000 research funds, $2,000 travel funds over 2 years, and requires a primary mentor and biostatistician faculty mentoring team. 

Read more about the Pre-K Career Development Program here.

KL2 Scholars Career Development Program 

The KL2 Scholars Career Development Program is available to Assistant Professors (in rank ≤ 6 years), conducting clinical or translational research. The program provides 75% salary support (up to $100,000 inclusive of fringe), $25,000 in research funds, and $1,000 travel funds a year, for 3 years. It requires a primary, secondary and biostatistician faculty mentoring team. It includes weekly multidisciplinary seminars with BIRCWH (Women's Health K12) and CHRCDA (Child Health K12) programs. 

Read more about the KL2 Scholars Career Development Program here.

K to R01 Transition to Independence Program 

The K to R01 Transition to Independence Program is available to Assistant Professors (in rank ≤ 7 years), conducting clinical or translation research. It provides $50,000 research funds over 2 years and requires a primary mentor and biostatistician mentoring team. Up to five proposals will be awarded each year. Applicants must have active K award (KL2, BIRCWH, K12, CHRCDA K12, Independent K award (K23, K07,etc) for ≤ 4 years at the time of application. The K award must be active at the time of application.

Read more about the K to R01 Transition to Independence Program here.


Training Programs for Pre- and Postdoctoral Trainees

F&T Pilot Grant

The F&T Pilot Grant is available to postdoctoral and predoctoral trainees who currently hold an individual peer-reviewed external fellowship (NIH F-series or other comparable award); postdoctoral and predoctoral trainees currently supported by a NIH T32 or T90/R90 training grant; and predoctoral trainees in good standing in the MD/PhD or DDS/PhD programs.

The program aims to provide an opportunity for early stage investigators to gain significant experience with clinical and translational research, and provides research funds up to $16,000 available for up to two years.

Read about the F&T Pilot Grant here.


Training Programs for Students

2014 Summer Advanced Research Program

Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Summer Advanced Research Program, designed for current doctoral or professional health sciences students (PhD, DDS, MD, PharmD) with an interest in clinical or translational research. The program provides training through a structured core curriculum, mentored research projects, weekly seminars, and a final presentation of research at the annual CTSI Poster Session with all CTSI-Ed scholars. 

Read more about the 2014 Summer Advanced Research Program.

2014 Undergraduate Research Program

The purpose of the Center for Health Equity (CHE) and CTSI Undergraduate Research Program (URP) is to provide promising students from populations under-represented in research with knowledge, skills, and experience in health care research. 

Read about the 2014 Undergraduate Research Program here.

Training for Clinical Research Coordinators

The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) Orientation program trains coordinators who support primary investigators and teams that conduct research with human subjects. The comprehensive online training program helps ensure quality research practices, while creating a career development pathway for CRCs.

Read more about the CRC Orientation program here.

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