Congratulations Nephrotic Syndrome KL2 Mentored Career Development Awardee!
UMB NS KL2 Scholar
Division of Surgical Sciences
Department of Surgery
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Project Title: Molecular and cellular drivers of recurrent post-transplant FSGS and nephrotic syndrome
The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) is proud to announce Dr. Haseeb Zubair, from the UMB School of Medicine, as the awardee of the Nephrotic Syndrome KL2 Mentored Career Development Award.
Dr. Zubair’s research interests include nephrotic syndrome, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), transplantation, and kidney disease recurrence. The ICTR is excited for Dr. Zubair to join the UMB KL2 awardees from previous years, both CTSA and Internally funded, as well as the KL2 awardees at Johns Hopkins University, our CTSA partner. Congratulations to Dr. Zubair!
The UMB KL2 award is designed to develop the next generation of clinical investigators, guiding scholars toward independent clinical research careers. This program provides mentored career development to outstanding junior faculty who have recently completed professional training and are performing high-impact translational and/or clinical research. Scholars receive up to three years of support with access to multi-disciplinary mentorship, formal coursework, and professional development opportunities.
The UMB ICTR CTSA KL2 Mentored Career Development Program is led by the Director Christy Chang, PhD, and Associate Director Graziela Kalil, PharmD.