Provides up to three years of funding for clinical translational research and career development to train awardees to obtain individual funding. Awardees are expected to participate in monthly mentoring/career development sessions, the CO-Mentor program.
(with one of their mentors) and the national CTSA consortium meeting.
These awards are issued approximately every two years. An RFA will be issued when applications can be received.
The CCTSI will be filling available KL2 positions during 2020. Some positions may be child health-focused. We are strongly encouraging applicants from diverse backgrounds, and those often underrepresented in clinical translational research.
Please refer to the How to Cite our CCTSI Grant for all publications, patents or other tangible outcomes from KL2 projects.