Community of Scholars

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Duke’s Community of Scholars (CoS) seeks to connect trainees, share educational resources, and increase program efficiencies to enhance the career development of diverse scholars across Duke, enabling them to become successful researchers, mentors and leaders.

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Contact Stephanie Molner to join our distribution list and find out more about what’s coming down the COS pipeline.

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CTSI is committed to combatting all forms of racism and bias and to ensuring equity in our policies and practices. This link provides some resources you may wish to use in your reflections on the sources of racial bias as it relates to our engagement at Duke as well as in our broader social contexts.


The Community of Scholars stands in solidarity against racist sentiments, actions and policies that propagate injustices throughout our nation. We join many voices at Duke condemning the ongoing acts of violence, discrimination and inequity against Black people. The Community of Scholars supports deeply honest dialogue and reflection, as well as behaviors and actions leading to accountability and meaningful change.​


Multiyear Diversity Supplement for Applicants from Underrepresented Groups

Now accepting applications: KURe - Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Research Career Development Program

This NIDDK-funded program supports the career development of clinicians and non-clinicians to develop the skills necessary to initiate and sustain an independent research career and advance the field of benign urology. The KURe provides individualized mentoring, emphasizes multidisciplinary research and the importance of diverse scientific methods, and prepares KURe Scholars to lead their own research teams and become the mentors and leaders of tomorrow. NIDDK has particular interest in expertise outside of clinical urology.

Support

*Salary and protected time for 50-75% of full-time professional effort; *$30,000/year for research expenses; *$10,000/year for professional career development, basic and clinical research training course work, and conference travel; *Individual Leadership Enhancement Coaching; *Access to clinical environment and procedures.

Requirements

*Doctoral degree; *US citizenship or permanent residency; *No more than seven years of post-doctoral research experience (not including clinical fellowship)

Applications

Letter of Intent required: September 29, 2020; Application due: Nov. 1, 2020

More Information:   KURe.medschool.duke.edu

OPSD Scholars Concierge Career Mentorship Program

The OPSD Scholars program is for residents, fellows, and junior faculty physician-scientists who have indicated a desire for additional career mentorship in addition to their clinical and research mentorship.  As OPSD Scholars, you can gain mentorship from a Master Mentor in your desired area of research who will provide a wealth of knowledge to support your early investigative career.   OPSD also offers mentor consultation services for Medical Students. Apply for OPSD Scholar services or mentor consultation.

Coronavirus Response: Resources for Faculty

CTSI Consulting

CTSI staff continue to be available by email (dukectsi@dm.duke.eduand online video using WebEx. While we are no longer conducting in-person consultations or grant planning studios during Duke's 2019 Coronavirus response, we will continue to provide online support for grant protocol reviews, biostatistical, community engagement, project management, and pilot funding support. Please check our CTSI Consults webpage for the latest information about consultations or simply send us an email at your convenience.
 
Support Request Forms
All requests for support or consultation can be found on the CTSI Consult page, as well as via Duke’s MyResearchHome portal.

​​If you have any announcements you want to share with others in the Community of Scholars, please contact Stephanie.Molner@duke.edu.