Career Development Program applications due Oct. 18

Applications for the K12 Clinical Hematology Research Career Development Program scholars are being accepted through Oct. 18.

The K12 Career Development Program is aimed at clinical or research fellows, instructors or recently appointed assistant professors committed to research in non-malignant hematology.

The two- to three-year program provides financial support and benefits, allowing the scholar to focus on didactic studies and clinical research to further their career goals and contribute to clinical and translational science. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals or have proof of permanent residency at the time of application.

For complete information and application requirements, visit or contact Susie Hahn, program coordinator, or Evan Sadler, program director,