Cardiovascular and Sleep Disorders K12 Career Development Program

The Third Coast HIV-related Cardiovascular and Sleep Disorders K12 Career Development Program (TC-CS K12) is a collaboration between the University of Chicago and Northwestern University that provides an interdisciplinary pathway to academic productivity for the next generation of physician and non-physician junior faculty scientists. The ultimate objective of our program is to identify, inspire, and support the development of independent, NHLBI-funded investigators in HIV research with strong and broad methodological and conceptual skills as well as collaboration expertise/enthusiasm.

TC-CS K12 Program Directors

John Schneider MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Medicine and Epidemiology
Director, Chicago Center for HIV Elimination
Developmental Core Director/UC Site-PI, Third Coast Center for AIDS Research
University of Chicago

Hossein Ardehali MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine — Cardiology and Pharmacology,
Director, Medical Scientist Training Program
Director, Center for Molecular Cardiology
Director, NHLBI-funded Northwestern Molecular and Translational CV Training Program
Northwestern University

RFA for March 2019 Competition