Request for Applications
Career Development Program for Faculty
Center for Clinical & Translational Science
Letter of Intent: Monday, July 11, 2022, by 8 AM
Informational Meeting: Wednesday, July 13, 2022, 5-6 PM
Applications due: Tuesday, September 6, 2022, by 8 AM
The Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) at the University of Kentucky has funds available through an NIH CTSA KL2 award to support junior faculty committed to developing academic careers focused on clinical and/or translational research/science. Junior faculty from any college at the University of Kentucky are eligible to apply. Applications from underrepresented minorities and those with disabilities and/or having disadvantaged backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply. One position will be available with a start date of no later than October 1, 2022 (eligibility for NIH career development support is required for KL2 positions).
The KL2 Career Development Program requires 75% protected time for research/career development and provides annual salary support up to a maximum of $110,000 per year plus benefits for the required effort. An additional $37,500 in funds will be provided for research personnel, supplies, materials for course work ($35,000), and travel ($2,500) to present at appropriate research conferences, as they pertain to the proposed research and career development. Support will be provided for up to 2 years, contingent upon effective career development throughout the period of support.
Eligibility: Candidates for these positions must have a terminal professional degree, such as an MD, DMD, RN/PhD, PharmD, or PhD. Individuals who were, or currently are the Principal Investigator (PI) on NIH R01, R29, P01, K01, K08, K22 and K23 awards (or equivalent) are not eligible. Candidates must have a faculty appointment and commit 75% effort to research and career development (certain surgical subspecialties may require 50% effort to maintain skill levels).
To be eligible for KL2 support, candidates must meet NIH KL2 Career Development eligibility requirements (NIH Grants Policy Statement), which include being either a US citizen, non-citizen national or have permanent residency in the US (proof of residency status is required). Individuals who have a pending PHS career development award equivalent to this application are not eligible.
Application process information and further details can be found in the PDF below.
Request for Applications