Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Research (KURe) Career Development Program
Most recent NIDDK funding announcement: RFA-DK-22-006
This program supports institutional career development programs in urological research that will assist individuals with doctorate degrees (either clinical or professional) with an interest in benign urological disease or urological research to develop the skills necessary to initiate and sustain an independent research career in urological research. Research areas supported by this initiative must be related to the mission of the NIDDK.
Individuals supported by the KURe programs (scholars) may have any professional or research doctorate degree, as long as they are committed to research with non-malignant urologic conditions. Supported scholars are directed in their research and in their professional development by experienced mentors. Prospective scholars should reach out to the named Program Director at the site where you desire to pursue an appointment.
Wisconsin Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Research Career Development Program
Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Program Director: Chad Vezina, Ph.D.
Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Research at Stanford (KUReS) Career Development Program
Institution: Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Program Director: Joseph Liao, M.D.
Duke KURe Program
Institution: Duke University, Durham, NC
Program Director: Cindy Amundsen, M.D.