University of Wisconsin–Madison

ICTR KL2 Program Activities Available to Faculty with Other Career Development Awards

Adult students in a classroom

The ICTR KL2 Program is extending an invitation to faculty scholars with career development awards to participate in activities planned for our first year KL2 scholars that commence in July. Program activities include training in mentor:mentee relationships and the fundamentals of team science, as well as other core competencies of clinical and translational research.

Expanding the ICTR KL2 training activities to other scholars is intended to more broadly advance training of the future biomedical workforce at UW, diversify the range of disciplines and perspectives represented in each training sessions, and enhance professional networking opportunities for all. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact Ana Gariç, the ICTR KL2 Scholar Career Development Coordinator, to explore participation in this year’s programming.

Eligible career development awards include independent K awards, other institutional K programs, VA Career Development Awards, and other similarly structured awards. Faculty already committed to participate include:

Lisa BarroilhetLisa Barroilhet, MD
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Women’s Health Centennial Scholar (SMPH)

Early Detection and Prevention and Ovarian Cancer in High Risk Patients

Brian PattersonBrian Patterson, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
K08 Award from AHRQ

Preventing Future Falls among Older Adults Presenting to the Emergency Department

Michael PuliaMichael Pulia, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
K08 Award from AHRQ

Improving Antibiotic Stewardship During The Treatment of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in The Emergency Department: A Human Factors and Systems Engineering Approach