The REC scholar program is seeking late post-doctoral or early junior-faculty candidates. The goal of the program is to enhance the development of future research leaders in ADRD research. All applicants should review the following requirements before formally applying to the program.
- Applicants should be appointed at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level. Post-Doctoral candidates who are approaching the start of their independent career in Alzheimer disease and related disorders will also be considered.
- Applicants must be able to commit 50% effort to research training with funding from
departmental support or other training award such as a T32 or KL2, or an independent career development award
- Applicants must be US citizens, non-citizen nationals or have permanent residence
Applications must include:
- Cover page (last page of this linked document)
- A copy of the applicant’s academic record to date (CV)
- Two letters of recommendation from, one from their current faculty mentor
- Personal Statement regarding goals in ADRD research
- One-page research concept proposal
- Letter of support from department chair stating support for 50% research effort
Benefits of the REC Scholar Program
- A mentored Independent Research Experience
- Individualized Development Plan (IDP) to address training and career goals
- Mini-Residencies within the Cores of the Knight ADRC
- Monthly Career Development Seminar and Annual Career Development Retreat
- Assistance in applying for funding through a variety of sources
- Monetary support for seminar travel, didactic coursework and eligible activities identified on IDP (such as externships, minor equipment expenses, etc.)
*Please Note: COVID-19 may impact some program activities. Exposure to research participants and patients will be subject to COVID-19 protocols.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.