The K-Paseo Seminar Series provides targeted training for writing a successful NIH K-series Career Development Grant Application. Each session will cover a specific section of K-grant applications. Participants are also encouraged to attend the Grants and Research Career Development Workshop. The most recent K-Paseo serminar series included instructions on the following topics:
Each of these seminars is available for online viewing. Please click on the word 'Video' next to the seminar topic to link to the full video of the presentation or the word 'Slides' to view the slides used during the presentation.
In addition to these instructional sessions, participants will also have the opportunity for critical appraisal and review of their applications.
This career development program for early career research investigators is sponsored by the UT Health Science Center IIMS Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) and is led by Mike Lichtenstein, MD, MSc, Professor of Medicine, Linda McManus, PhD, Professor of Pathology, and Pedro Delgado, MD, Associate Medical School Dean for Faculty Development and Professionalism and Chair of Psychiatry.
If you are working on a career development award for submission in the near future, please take advantage of this information and training series. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Stappenbeck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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