NC TraCS opens application cycles for (K) career development programs

The North Carolina Clinical and Translational Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the application cycle for the following institutional junior faculty (K) career development programs:
• Gene Orringer Junior Faculty Career Development (TraCS KL2) Program for early stage clinical and translational researchers
• Oncology K12 for clinicians aspiring to an academic oncology career
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.

NC TraCS is the integrated hub of the CTSA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Publishing CTSA Program Hub’s Name
CTSA Program In Action Goals
Goal 1: Train and Cultivate the Translational Science Workforce