Early career investigators, are you interested in getting support to:
- Obtain research funding
- Publish in high-impact journals
- Translate your discoveries into better health?
Tufts CTSI is looking for you! Beginning in September 2016, we will again offer the monthly Junior Faculty Research Career Development Forum. These interactive, 90-minute sessions support the biomedical research careers of junior faculty at the K or career development level. The forum is funded by Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).
Admission to the forum is by application only: selected junior faculty will commit to one year of participation. Videoconferencing will be available for attendees unable to travel to the Tufts Boston campus.
- Have 12-15 participants
- Are organized and led by the participants and facilitated by two senior faculty with expertise in career development and federal grant funding
- Are supported by qualitative and quantitative methods mentors
- Focus on research activities such as specific aims, grant applications, grant resubmissions, responses to comments, and manuscript preparation and revisions.
Who is eligible?
Junior faculty at the assistant professor level at any Tufts CTSI partner institution, with current, planned, or recently completed K or career development awards, are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities of selected participants:
- Commitment to one year, attending 10 of the planned 12 sessions
- Agreeing to prepare and present research progress at least twice during the year
- Providing materials (such as specific aims, manuscript drafts, responses to review) one week before the session
- Agreeing to review the materials provided for discussion.
Submit a biosketch, a brief letter expressing your goals for participating in the forum, and a letter of nomination from your research or career mentor to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for application is Friday, July 29.