K College is a monthly luncheon seminar series that provides support, opportunities and resources for career development in clinical and translational research.
This is an established program sponsored by the UF CTSA and directed Dr. Christiaan Leeuwenburgh.
This seminar series ranges from life-work balance to identifying core facilities available to Scholars. It provides peer support and opportunities to raise issues of concern and discuss need for resources to support career development in clinical & translational research.
This seminar series is for:
- Early stage investigators
- Early established investigators
- Pre- and post-doctoral researchers
Day: Wednesday (first of the month) *January 9 date adjusted
Location: Clinical Translational Science Building, Room 2161 **Save these dates:
Time: Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Register to attend by clicking one of the dates below:
Interested in joining?
For more information please contact Maria Gavidia (email@example.com) in the Office of Biomedical Research Career Development.
Want to see what it’s all about?
Check out videos of archived presentations here and a list of past K College discussion topics below.
Past discussion topics
|Linda Behar-Horenstein, PhD||Biomedical Researchers as Educators Certificate|
|Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, PhD; Thomas Pearson, MD||Welcome to K College 2017-2018 topics, upcoming events, K to R Booth Camp, K writers workshop and today’s topic: PILOT FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES.|
|Lauren McIntyre, PhD||Experimental Design: BYOE – (Bring Your Own Experiment)|
|Marco Pahor, MD; Jane Lu, MS||Success Formula in Conducting Clinical Trials; Types of Clinical Trials; Institute on Aging Resources and Research Facilities|
|Christian Jobin, PhD||How to roll out a fundable grant – Get Inside a Reviewer’s Head|
|Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, PhD; Tom Pearson, PhD||General Issues in Academic Life: Beyond Grants and Papers|
|Glenn Smith, PhD||How to Deal with Rejection|
|Christine Fruin, JD, MSLIS||Rights and Responsibilities of Authors|
|Anne Christiano, PhD; Stephen Sugrue, PhD||Effective science communication: “How to effectively communicate complex or controversial topics to the public”|
|Holly Morris, RN, MSN, CCRC, CHRC; Janet King, RN, BSN, CCRC||Introduction to CTSI mission and the clinical research facilities and resources available at the CTSI; Tour of CTSI and Institute on Aging|
|Liz Manini; William Hogan, MD; Heather Morris, PhD||OneFlorida Big Data|
|Roger Fillingim, PhD||Mentoring|
|Wayne McCormack, PhD||Building Your Individual Development Plan: Career Planning for Academia and Beyond; Laboratory Leadership in Science|