KL2 Program

The key objective of the Clinical and Translational Research Training KL2 Program is to provide a supportive interdisciplinary environment in which junior faculty scholars with diverse research interests and backgrounds can network with other health researchers from multiple disciplines and acquire the skills and experience needed to become successful, independent clinical and translational scientists.

This will be accomplished through coursework, mentored research and career development programs for junior faculty scholars that successfully compete for admission to the KL2 Program.

KL2 funding provides 75% protected time for research, $25,810 for research supplies and tuition support for up to three courses per semester, and $2,500 for travel.

See an updated list of programmatic expectations for each KL2 scholar and mentor/co-mentor.

Scholar Eligibility
Application Process
Selection Process
BIRCWH/KL2 Seminar Series
Experiential Programs
Career Development Opportunities
Program Directors
Awardee Profiles