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The Department of Pediatrics values new investigators and has programs to help them develop and build their research skills.

Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) KL2 Program

As Co-Directors, Maureen A. Murtaugh and David Turok administer this Institutional KL2 program for clinical and translational research. This program was developed in 2008 as part of the CCTS Education Core's growth. Based upon available funding, a Call for Proposals goes out in January to department chairs and colleges within the School of Medicine. Administrators nominate their strongest candidates to go through the application process. Scholars are selected in April by the CCTS Internal Advisory Committee.

Co-Director: Maureen A. Murtaugh, PhD, RDN

Co-Director: David Turok, MD, MPH

Program Contact: Kim Clark,, 801-213-3757

Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) K Award Development Club

The CCTS K Club provides support to investigators interested in clinical and translational, and comparative effectiveness research. K Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at noon in room 22 of the Eccles Health Sciences Library. Investigators, at any clinical research level are encouraged to attend and/or present their work for peer and senior faculty feedback. Faculty from Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Psychiatry are regular participants.

Program Contact: Lynette Holman, CCTS,

PCHF Funding Opportunities

Intramural Funding Opportunities