Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)

As one of the National Institutes of Health Research Career Awards, the Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23) is a mentored career award for individuals that provides salary and limited research support to clinicians who require a period of intensive mentored research experience to become independent investigators. The K23 is limited to patient-oriented research.

Scholars who have completed their Mentored Patient-Oriented Research:

  • Darcy B Carr, MD, MS, Maternal-Fetal Medicine (July 2000 through June 2006)
    Insulin Sensitivity, Hemodynamics, and Endothelial Function in Women with a History of Preeclampsia
  • Jennifer L Melville, MD, MPH, Women's Health (April, 2004 through December, 2009)
    Depression in Ob/Gyn: Epidemiology and Services Interventions (National Institute of Mental Health)