RESEARCH K Award Applications Deadline Extended to July 8


K Award Applications


July 8, 2011, 10:00 am – 11:00 pm




RESEARCH K Award Applications Deadline Extended to July 8

Target Audience
RESEARCH (of interest mainly to those engaged in research, including faculty and non-faculty)

K Award Applications Deadline Extended to July 8

The University of Chicago has funding for FIVE K12 Scholar positions, CTSA (one), Paul Calabresi Career Development in Clinical Oncology (three) and Multidisciplinary Training in Asthma Genetics and Genomics (one), that will provide substantial salary support for faculty-level clinical and translational scientists near the beginning of their investigative careers.

CTSA K12 Scholars are to be relatively new investigators, at the faculty level of Assistant Professor or Instructor, who are committed to a career in clinical and/or translational research.

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY JULY 8. To learn more about these exciting opportunities, please see the attached RFA and contact Lestra Cole,, with any questions.

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Tracy Loope

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