POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW CLINICAL RESEARCH SCHOLAR AWARDS
In order to be eligible for consideration for the Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Scholars Program, applicants must meet each of the following criteria:
- Earned MD, DO, DDS or other clinical doctoral degree including but not limited to DPH, PharmD, PhD, PsyD. Epidemiologists, behavioral scientists and nurses with doctoral degrees are also eligible.
- A postdoctoral clinical fellowship within an academic unit of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions at the date of receipt of the award (the fellowship should not be dependent upon receipt of the KL2 award).
- At least 80% protected time available for research and/or research training for the next three years (certain surgical specialties can have less than 80% protected time, but no less than 50%).
- A commitment to a career focused on clinical investigation.
- A commitment to enroll in a masters or doctoral advanced didactic training program in clinical research (Clinical Epidmiology, Clinical Investigation, or Biostatistics) OR prior completion of equivalent training with proposed additional coursework.
- The advanced degree program option requires a separate application to the Bloomberg School of Public Health for the particular degree program in which you wish to enroll.
- Identification of and support from at least one Johns Hopkins faculty mentor active, established and successful in clinical investigation.
- United States citizenship, permanent resident, or non-citizen national status (persons born in outlying possessions of the United States, limited to American Samoa, Swain’s Island, or the unincorporated United States Minor Outlying Islands) at the time the application is submitted. Individuals on temporary or student visas are not eligible.
- Have NOT served as Principal Investigator on an NIH R01, R29, or projects of program project, center or collaborative research grants, or been recipient of any NIH K-series award (this does not include NIH Small Grants or Exploratory/Developmental grants or their equivalents).
- Must NOT have an active NIH K-series award application pending. Specifically, this means that K23 applicants may not simultaneously apply for the KL2 (once appointed, KL2 Scholars may apply for K23 support).
JHCRS is committed to increasing the participation of women and individuals from ethnic or racial groups underrepresented in the biomedical and behavioral sciences. Such groups include American Indian or Alaska native, Asian, Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latino, and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. Applications from women and minority candidates are encouraged. In addition, accommodations will be made to assist any individuals with disabilities so those persons who are qualified applicants can complete the program.