Don't forget: The Duke CTSA KL2 program is accepting applications for the current funding cycle. The CTSA KL2 program provides training and research opportunities for junior investigators that will equip them to:
- Participate in and ultimately lead transdisciplinary research teams
- Facilitate advancement of discoveries to their next translational phase
- Represent a more diverse workforce to meet evolving translational science priorities
- Leverage partnerships locally, regionally, and nationally to enhance the impact of their discoveries
These goals will be achieved through individual and group support for scholars and by working with Duke’s CTSA resources and services. Each year, three Duke CTSA KL2 Scholars will be awarded 75% total protected effort for 3 years, up to $20,000/year for research expenses, and up to $2,500/year for travel to professional meetings.
Learn more: ctsi.duke.edu/KL2
Application Deadline: November 30, 2018
The Duke CTSA will be accepting applications for the REACH Equity and KL2 Application Prep Program (REKAPP), a special program for REACH Equity CDA and Duke CTSA KL2 applicants. This program will assist investigators with preparing their applications for the 2018 deadline (for funding to begin July 1,2019).
REKAPP Registration is open Monday, July 16–August 17.