RFA: ACTSI KL2 Clinical Research Career Development Program for Junior Faculty Members-Due March 1

KL2 scholar J. Lucas McKay, PhD, Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, uses electromyography and kinematic motion capture techniques to better understand how balance and gait are affected in Parkinson's diesease

Junior faculty members at the MD or PhD level from a wide variety of disciplines at Emory, Morehouse School of Medicine, or Georgia Tech who are committed to an academic career in clinical and/or translational research and who have excellent potential to become independent clinical investigators are encouraged to apply to the KL2 – Mentored Clinical and Translational Research Scholars (MCTRS) Program. The KL2 award provides support for didactic and mentored research training for junior faculty members committed to a career in clinical investigation.

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ACTSI-supported OculoStaple Wins Again

Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute (ACTSI)-supported team, OculoStaple wins second place in the 2015 InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech. Team members Jackie Borinski, Mohamad Ali Najia, and Drew Padilla, all biomedical...

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