Career Scholar (K) Seminars offer attendees the chance to talk with renowned investigators in a small setting over a provided lunch.

These intimate discussions kick off with senior investigators sharing how they got to be where they are today in their careers – along with the obstacles and life lessons they learned along the way. Other sessions give investigators highlights of the UChicago resources available to help accelerate their work.

This series is open to everyone and provides a platform for people to share their ideas on both innovative research and career advice. Seminars are held from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Billings Hospital, Room W-507, on the third Wednesday of every month. The program is on break during the summer between June and August, resuming in September.

These seminars are required for those recipients of the NIH Career (K) Development Awards that the ITM administers. Click here to see what a session is like.

Need more information? Contact Sonya Redmond-Head, ITM Career Award Program Administrator.

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