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Transition Career Development Award
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Definition of Transition Career Development Award
The purpose of the NCI Transition Career development Award (K22) is to provide "protected time" for newly independent investigators to develop and receive support for their initial cancer research programs. This award is intended to facilitate the transition of investigators from the mentored to the independent stage of their careers in cancer research. It applies to clinicians who are pursuing basic science careers -- clinicians who are pursuing careers in patient-oriented research -- and to individuals pursuing careers in the prevention, control and population sciences.

Transition Career Development Award is from the group

Career Transition Award

Other Names for Transition Career Development Award

Transition Career Development Award (K22)
Transition Career Development Award


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