MICHR K12 Award

Dedicated mentorship, career development, and funding support for early-career U-M researchers in health sciences

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Who?

Any senior postdoctoral fellows with a full-time appointment at U-M and a commitment to a faculty position, and early-career faculty in the first few years of their appointment may apply.

When?

This award is offered annually. Consult the MICHR Events page for details.

How much?

Free

What is this offering?

The new MICHR K12 is a two-year award that provides protected research time, mentorship, and competency-based career development for translational scholars with a doctoral degree in a clinical or health focus.

Awardees will receive career development training in addition to concierge-level support as they connect with the vast U-M resources.

Persons ready to prepare their own independent K are too senior for this new program. Eligible applicants can be from any U-M campus (Ann Arbor, Flint, Dearborn). Funding must be used within two years.

How this advances translational science

Implementing best practices in research and career development to sustain a diverse and talented workforce.

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