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What is an NIH K01?

What is an NIH K01?

The purpose of the NIH Mentored Research Scientist Development Award (K01) is to provide support and “protected time” (three to five years) for an intensive, supervised career development experience in the biomedical, behavioral, or clinical sciences leading to research independence.

What is the difference between K08 and K23?

Overview: K08: Supports individuals with a clinical doctoral degree for career development in biomedical, behavioral research and translational research. K23: Supports career development of investigators who have made a commitment to patient-oriented research.

How much is a K01 award?

up to $25,000 per year for research support for K01 awards.

What is K funding?

The K Funds are private partnerships of committed capital supported by families and other private investors. ​We are more than just a private equity fund — we are a private investment ecosystem of families, entrepreneurs, and other private investors who share ideas, access, and expertise.

Who is eligible for a K01?

Eligibility for the K01 is limited to individuals with no more than 6 years of postdoctoral experience at the time of application (either the initial or resubmission application). The NIMH will generally limit support to no more than 4 years.

How do you get K01?

A: The K01 award is available to individuals with health professional or research degrees. To apply, a candidate must be in the first two years of her/his initial position, at an assistant professor level (or equivalent) at the time of initial application or resubmission.

What is a K02 award?

The intent of the Independent Scientist Award (K02) is to support health professionals who are committed to a career in neuroscience research and who have recently achieved independent scientist status.

Who is eligible for AK award?

All mentored K awards require that the awardee: Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States (does NOT apply to K99/R00) Be located at a U.S. institution. Have preliminary data on which to base his/her hypothesis-driven 3 to 5-year research project in an area of interest to the NIDDK.

What can you do with the NIA K01 Award?

NIA does not limit the research areas within aging that may be supported through the K01. However, individuals applying for this award are strongly encouraged to contact Institute staff to determine interest in the proposed research topic.

Is the NIMHD part of the parent program?

Check NIH Parent Program Announcements (PAs) for current announcements. NIMHD participates in many but not all NIH parent PAs:

When to resubmit a NIMH K08 application?

NIMH will accept otherwise eligible resubmissions (i.e., -A1) of K01, K08 and K23 applications where the initial (-A0) application was made prior to the February 12, 2020 deadline, in accordance with the NIH policy that a resubmission must be made no more than 37 months after the date of the receipt of the initial application (NOT-OD-10-140).

When to use a K01 for career change?

K01s supporting career change apply to investigators—either junior or senior—who wish to redirect their careers. Appropriate peer review considerations include: Whether this is a substantial redirection Whether the redirection is appropriate given the candidate’s current background and experience