Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Research Career Development Program
2020 Multidisciplinary Benign Urology Research Day
Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering
Innovations in Technology for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Friday, April 24, 2020
Now going virtual! Check back for details.
Abstract Submission Deadlines:
March 30, 2020
to be considered for trainee award and monetary prizes
April 12, 2020
for all other abstracts (non-trainees and trainees not competing for awards)
Interested in becoming a KURe Scholar?
Funding opportunity for Duke junior faculty, fellows, and postdocs with doctoral degrees
The KURe is open to all types of disciplines, clinicians and non-clinicians
We strongly encourage applications from members of groups underrepresented in the biomedical sciences.
Letter of Intent - Required
The Letter of Intent can be submitted at any time and is not binding. Submit your LOI to begin the process of discussion of career goals, proposed projects, mentor selection, and eligibility with the Program Director or Program Coordinator.
The KURe seeks to recruit talented clinical, translational, and basic science researchers (MDs, Dos, PhDs, and MD/PhDs) from diverse disciplines who are interested in building an independent research career using collaborative, multidisciplinary approaches to benign urological research questions. Junior faculty, fellows, and postdocs from any department and interested in research applicable to benign urology may apply to the KURe program. For additional information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KURe is a K12 Institutional Career Development Grant that provides Scholars with career development training and support to develop the skills necessary to become outstanding independent investigators able to lead multidisciplinary research teams. Scholars receive salary support up to $100,000 per year for 75% of full professional effort (50% - 75% if a surgical specialty). Research and Career Development Support up to $40,000 per year will be provided for research supplies, equipment and technical personnel, tuition and fees related to didactic courses or career development, and travel to research meetings. Scholars are expected to publish and apply for independent grant funding by year 3. Maximum support is for 5 years.
Scholars should have no more than five years of postdoctoral research experience and not more than 10 years should have elapsed since receiving the terminal doctoral degree. Mid- career and senior faculty are not eligible. Scholars must be a US citizen or have a valid green card.
Research areas supported by this initiative must be related to the mission of the NIDDK. Areas of interest may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Basic research such as cell and molecular biology, genomics and proteomics, biochemistry, physiology, developmental biology, tissue engineering, immunology, pathology, neurobiology, and microbiology
- Expertise in clinical sciences such as urology, infectious disease, gastroenterology, gynecology, endocrinology, anesthesiology, neurology, gerontology and radiology
- Epidemiology or biostatistics
- Physical sciences expertise in fields such as physics, bioengineering, chemical and mechanical engineering
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