ICTR Invites Self-Nominations for Co-Director of KL2 Career Development Program

UW ICTR  is seeking an innovative, emotionally intelligent leader at the associate professor or professor level with a demonstrated track-record of successful interdisciplinary translational research and mentorship of trainees and junior faculty to co-lead the KL2 program.

The ICTR KL2 Program is a mentored career development program that provides competency-based, individualized training in clinical and translational research, while also creating a supportive and collaborative peer network.  It has supported over 70 early-stage assistant professors from across the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Marshfield Clinic who are developing careers as independent translational researchers.

The KL2 Co-Directors are responsible for providing programmatic leadership for the KL2 Program and the Mentored Scholar Seminar Series, which is open to all faculty with career development awards at UW and the Marshfield Clinic. They are also responsible for coaching KL2 scholars; selecting new KL2 scholars for CTSA support; introducing innovative training/educational approaches to enhance approaches for translational team science, leadership and adult education; and evaluating KL2 programming.

Interested faculty members are invited to self-nominate by submitting their CV and a cover letter to Allan Brasier, MD, Executive Director of ICTR and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research at abrasier@wisc.edu no later than March 31st.

More information about ICTR Career Development Awards.