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2024 KL2 Career Development Awards Announced for Early Career Clinical and Translational Scientists

2024 KL2 Career Development Awards Announced for Early Career Clinical and Translational Scientists

The next generation of clinical and translational scientists at URMC are receiving two years of support through the UR CTSI Career Development Award (KL2). The KL2 creates opportunity for up-and-coming researchers to design a pilot project that will lead to a K- or R-award application under the guidance of a mentorship team of experienced researchers. Four researchers are receiving a KL2 award for 2024.

UR CTSI Seeking Associate Director for KL2 Career Development Program

UR CTSI Seeking Associate Director for KL2 Career Development Program

The UR CTSI KL2 Career Development program has launched the careers of dozens of clinical and translational scientists since it was established in 2006. Interested candidates should submit a CV by February 12, 2024.

Pisani Awarded First Robert G. Holloway CTSI KL2 Alumni Lectureship

Pisani Awarded First Robert G. Holloway CTSI KL2 Alumni Lectureship

Anthony R. Pisani, PhD, is the first recipient of the Robert G. Holloway CTSI KL2 Alumni Lectureship in Clinical & Translational Science. The lectureship was created to recognize past UR CTSI Career Development Award translational scientists and mentors who have gone on to significantly contribute to the University’s national reputation for research.

Robert Holloway Steps Down as KL2 Program Director, Succeeded by Thu Le

Robert Holloway Steps Down as KL2 Program Director, Succeeded by Thu Le

After serving 17 years in the role, Robert Holloway, MD, MPH, is stepping down as the director of the UR CTSI’s KL2 Career Development Program. Effective July 1, he will be succeeded by Thu Le, MD, chief of Nephrology.

Announcing This Year’s KL2 Career Development Awardees

Announcing This Year’s KL2 Career Development Awardees

Meet this year's KL2 Career Development Awardees, who will begin innovative projects on a range of topics on July 1.