Integrating Your Training and Research Plans for a Successful K Award
Monday, October 28, 2019 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
This workshop will address the importance of integrating training elements into your research plan to improve the appeal of your K application. Participants will have hand-on practice to develop training goals together with the research direction, and to narrate their scientific niche at the end of the class.
Target audience: Post-docs who would like to submit K grants or equivalent career development grants.
About the speakers:
Meghan Halley, PhD, MPH is a medical anthropologist and health services researcher. She is currently in the department of dermatology at Stanford under the mentorship of Dr. Eleni Linos. Her research examines the clinical, psychosocial and economic impacts of next-generation genomic sequencing for diagnosis of pediatric patients with rare diseases.
Chi Keung Lam, PhD is currently an instructor working with Dr. Joseph Wu at the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute. His research interest is to understand how calcium regulation and stress response pathways contribute to the pathogenesis of various cardiac diseases. In 2019, he received a career development award from the American Heart Association.