NIH K12 Mentored Training In Implementation Science (MTIS) Program In Heart, Lung, Blood, And Sleep Disorders, Washington University In St. Louis
Application deadline: March 9, 2020
The K12 Mentored Training in Implementation Science (MTIS) career development program at Washington University in St. Louis aims to prepare scholars to become independent Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) researchers focused on Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep (HLBS) disorders. The program provides personalized educational pathways that allow scholars to identify competencies to address their specific goals and anticipated career trajectory. MTIS will provide up to 75% of the scholar’s salary (up to $100,000 per year) and $30,000 per year to support research, tuition and travel.
- Doctoral degree such as MD, PhD, PharmD, EdD, ScD, DPT, and OTD
- US citizen, non-citizen national, or permanent resident
- Devote at least 75% effort over a 2-3 year period
- No more than 5 years beyond postdoctoral or fellowship training at program start
- Applicants must have a research and career development plan supported by at least 1 mentor approved by the program (At least one of the mentors must hold NIH, CDC, or PCORI funding)
- Faculty Appointment (Must have at start of program)
- Mentored Training – 2 year research practicum at home institution
- Degree Seeking – 2 year fellowship at Washington University; 1 year research practicum at home institution
Applications for 2020 are due March 9, 2020. Application materials include a career development plan, a research plan, mentor materials, and a recommendation letter from the Department Chair of the scholar’s home institution.
For more information and to apply, visit the fellowship posting.