Service description

The Mentored Career Development in Clinical and Translational Science (KL2) is a three-year program created to support research career development for health professionals or individuals with research doctoral degrees who wish to pursue formal training and a career in clinical and translational research. We encourage interested applicants to consult with Program Director or Manager to address questions they may have about the program or the application process prior to submitting their application.

Commonly addressed topics

  • Addressing an important clinical translational research program,
  • Writing a strong career development plan,
  • Putting together a successful mentoring team (i.e., may suggest additions of mentors with specific areas of expertise), and
  • Aligning research career goals with career development activities.

Benefits for users

This service can help ensure that applicant is meeting all requirements for a successful application.

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Contact information

Jeanne Dzekov McKean
Program Manager; Workforce Development

(323) 442-8281

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