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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.

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.

UR CTSI Seeking Co-Director for KL2 Career Development Program

UR CTSI Seeking Co-Director for KL2 Career Development Program

The new co-director will bring expertise and experience to benefit program scholars and enhance the program’s ability to achieve its training objectives. The ideal candidate will be an experienced mentor with NIH funding and experience writing NIH training grants.

UR CTSI-Supported Study: Coffee Roasting Chemical and Mild Flu May Damage Lungs

UR CTSI-Supported Study: Coffee Roasting Chemical and Mild Flu May Damage Lungs

We know that chronic exposure to high levels of a flavoring chemical found in coffee can cause lung damage, but a new UR CTSI-supported study suggests that even short-term exposures to this chemical can damage the lungs of mice when paired with a mild case of flu.