Presentation on theme: "K Awards Training Grant and Research Awards. Main Categories Basic researcher vs. clinical researcher PhD-like degree vs. health professional degree Additional."— Presentation transcript:
Main Categories Basic researcher vs. clinical researcher PhD-like degree vs. health professional degree Additional mentoring/supervised research vs. independent research (mentored vs. non- mentored)
Which K is right for me? Terminal Degree Research Degree Health Professional
Basic Science Grant Do you need at least 3 more years mentoring to become independent? Have you successfully completed independent research funding? Terminal Degree Research Degree yesK02noyes K01, K25, F32 no K99, K22, R01
AwardDescription K02newly independent scientists who can demonstrate the need for a period of intensive research focus as a means of enhancing their research careers K01 You are switching to a substantially new health-related research field AND your background is in bio-medicine, OR You've had a hiatus in career because of illness or family care responsibilities, OR You've delayed completion of training to serve as faculty at a minority serving university K25You are switching to a biomedically-related research field AND your background is in a quantitative science such as mathematics or statistics K99seeking support for both the mentored training and your subsequent independent research project K22provides an opportunity for postdocs to apply for independent research and career development support Award Differences
Clinical Science Grant Do you need an additional 3-5 years supervision? Have you successfully completed independent research funding? Terminal Degree Health Professional yes K02, K24, K26 noyesK23, K08noK99, K22
AwardDescription K02salary support for a full-time research experience K08salary and research support for a full-time supervised career development experience in area of health-related research that doesn't involve patients K22provides an opportunity for postdocs to apply for independent research and career development support K23completed specialty or sub-specialty training and are seeking salary and research support for a full-time supervised career development experience in patient-oriented research K24expertise is patient-oriented research, seeking salary support for a nearly half-time experience as a researcher and supervisor for more junior scientists K26veterinarian who is looking for salary and research support in the area of mouse pathobiology K99seeking support for both the mentored training and your subsequent independent research project Awards Differences
Active K’s at Duke (July 2012) Type of KNumber active K0111 K022 K051 K071 K0820 K127 K2317 K249 K995 There are 73 total active K awards at Duke University. There are 4,384 total active K awards.
Active K Awards by type Duke University SOM “All other” K12 K99/R00 KM1 KL2
Active K Awards by type National Institute of Health “All other” K05 K12 K18 K22 K25 K26 K30 K99/R00 KM1 KL2
Duke University SOM National Institute of Health Comparison
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.