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  1. Institutional K Programs • South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research Institute (SCTR) KL2 • Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) K12 • National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) K12 • National Cancer Institute (NCI) K12 • COM K12 (sponsored by Dean)

  2. Institutional K Programs Long-term objective: To help junior clinical and translational researchers become successful independent investigators Achieved by: Mentored research training; training in the responsible conduct of research; strengthen knowledge base and skills through individualized career development plan; grant writing course; enhance statistical skills; enhance research presentation skills; improve scientific writing skills. • All K awardees participate in K to R club

  3. SCTR KL2 • Essential component of MUSC's Clinical & Translational Science Award (CTSA) funded by NIH • Clinical or translational research • Slots: 4 positions can be funded at a time • Term Length: 2 years with an optional 3rd year • Support: • 75% salary support (subject to the NIH salary cap) • $25,000 annual project budget • $1000 for travel to the CTSA Annual Conference

  4. SCTR KL2 • Eligibility: • Junior Faculty with, or with pending, tenure track positions who are committed to a career path in clinical & translational research • MD, DO, PharmD, or PhD • Candidates may not have been a PI on an R01, R29 or a subproject for a P01, P50, P60, or U54. • US citizen or possess verification of permanent residency • Commit 75% of full-time professional effort

  5. SCTR KL2 • Program Director: Dr. Marc Chimowitz (mchimow@musc.edu) • Program Coordinator: Rebecca Barry (barryr@musc.edu) • https://sctr.musc.edu/index.php/education/k12

  6. BIRCWH K12 • Career Development Program for Junior Investigators Working in Basic, Translational, Clinical, or Health Services Research Related to Women's Health in the Neurosciences • 1-2 Scholars selected for a 2-3 year appointment • Each Scholar will devote a minimum of 75% effort to the program

  7. BIRCWH K12 • Salary Support: up to $100,000/Scholar/Year. The appropriate MUSC department will provide the additional salary support • Research Development/Project Support: up to $25,000/Scholar/Year

  8. BIRCWH K12 • Eligibility: - MD, DPH, DPT, DO, DDS, DMD, DVM, PharmD, PhD, or ScD - Completed residency/fellowship training or postdoctoral training less than 6 years ago - US citizen or non-citizen national, or possess verification of permanent residency. - Commit 75%- 100% of full-time professional effort - No previous R01, R03, R21, or K series grant award or subproject on a Program Project (P01), Center (P50, P60, U54) grant

  9. BIRCWH K12 • Program Director: Dr. Kathleen Brady (bradyk@musc.edu) • Program Coordinator: Sarah Smith Gainey (smithsar@musc.edu) • http://www.musc.edu/psychiatry/research/cns/BIRCWH/BIRCWH_HOME

  10. mentored clinical scientists program in drug abuse and addiction K12 Faculty Career Development Principal Investigator: Kathleen Brady, MD, PhDProgram Directors: Sudie Back, PhD & Robert Malcolm, MD

  11. NIDA K12Key Information • Number of Openings: 2-3 • Term: 2-3 years • Effort Requirement: 75% minimum • Type of Research:Clinical • Salary Support 75% up to 90K/yr • Research Support: $50,000/year ELIGIBILITY:Junior faculty and senior fellows/post-doctoral trainees with a doctorate and < 5 years of research training who are committed to a career in clinical research in drug abuse.

  12. NCI K12 Program • Career Development Program for Clinical & Translational Oncology • Two Scholars will begin program by April-July 2014 for a two-year appointment • Additional Scholars: 1 in 2015; 2 in 2016; and 1 new in 2017. • Of the 6 scholars, 4 must be MDs; up to two Scholars can be PhDs but they must have a clear focus on patient oriented research

  13. NCI K12 Requirements • Each Scholar must devote 75% effort to the program (50% for surgical Scholars) • Salary Support: $100,000 salary plus fringe/Scholar/Year. The appropriate MUSC department will provide the additional salary support • Research Development/Project Support: $24,000/Scholar/Year; • Mentor Laboratory Fees: $2,000/Scholar/Year.

  14. NCI K12 Requirments • Scholars’ Eligibility Requirements: - MD, DO, PharmD, or PhD. - Completed residency/fellowship training or postdoctoral training, and must be committed to a career in translational patient-oriented oncology research. - US citizen or non-citizen national, or possess verification of permanent residency

  15. NCI K12 • Program Director: Program Director: Dr. Michael Lilly (Heme/Onc); (lillym@musc.edu) • Program Coordinator: Anita Harrison (harriani@musc.edu)

  16. COM K12 • 1-2 Positions Depending on Year • Salary Support: 50% effort • Administered through SCTR KL2 Program Program Director: Dr. Marc Chimowitz (mchimow@musc.edu) Program Coordinator: Rebecca Barry (barryr@musc.edu)

  17. Degree is granted through the College of Graduates Studies Teach core competency in clinical research methods Foster development of a sustainable research focus Provide participant with the skills to compete for extramural support Master of Science in Clinical Research Program (MSCR)

  18. MSCR Program Specifics: Part time – 2 years, Full time – 1 year The curriculum includes 38 credit hours earned through courses including Clinical Epidemiology, Clinical Biostatistics, Comparative Effectiveness Research, Regression Methods for Clinical Research, Grants Overview, Critical Review, Ethical Issues in Clinical Research and Clinical Trials Required item: development of a grant proposal that is ready for submission by the end of the program

  19. MSCR • Program Director: Dr. Dan Lackland (Neuroscience and Epidemiology) Lackland@musc.edu • Program Coordinator: Maritza Dawkins-Holnes dawkin@musc.edu • http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/mscr_domestic/