Institutional Junior Faculty Career Development Program Application Cycle Now Open

TraCS announces the opening of the application cycle for the following institutional junior faculty (K) career development programs: The TraCS Gene Orringer KL2 Translational Research and the BIRCWH Sex-Gender Differences in Health and Disease.

TraCS announces the opening of the application cycle for the following institutional junior faculty (K) career development programs:

TraCS Gene Orringer KL2 Translational Research
BIRCWH Sex-Gender Differences in Health and Disease

These programs provide salary and research support for early stage researchers who are seeking to launch independently-funded careers in clinical/translational research and academic oncology.

Funded Scholars will receive salary support to protect time for research and training activities. Scholars also receive additional funds to support research projects. Eligibility requirements for specific programs and the common application are found at: https://tracs.unc.edu/index.php/services/education/ctsa-kl2/kl2-applications

Applicants who wish to apply should follow this process:
1. By December 10, 2018 individuals who intend to apply must submit a short Letter of Intent. The information needed is found here.
2. The required components of the application are found on the TraCS website (link above). 
3. Application deadline is 8:00 AM on January 28, 2019.

Once the application is submitted, applicants will receive further information about the review process and anticipated decision timeline.

Questions about the application process may be directed to: Susan Pusek, suspusek@med.unc.edu

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