Are you an early stage investigator who conducts complementary and integrative health research in any of the priority research areas of the NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)? Do you have a D.A.O.M., D.C., D.O., D.P.T., and/or N.D. degree?

The NCCIH has issued a Notice of Special Interest [NOT-AT-20-010], which invites CTSA-funded Institutional Career Development (KL2) awardees to apply for an administrative supplement to fund one or more additional KL2 Scholars.

Sally Radovick, MD, serves as the Program Director of the NJ ACTS Institutional Career Development Program, and invites you to submit a letter of interest by July 1st that outlines a mentored research project consistent with the NCCIH priorities (see below). Dr. Radovick and the KL2 Program Executive Committee will review the letters of interest and chose the most competitive for further development and submission to NIH for the October 1, 2020 deadline.

Access the detailed program information at NJ ACTS Early Stage Investor Opportunity