Junior Faculty Receive Time, Training, and Mentorship through KL2 Awards

This is a follow-up to the post on February 16, 2015 entitled, “Three New Duke Investigators Receive CTSA-Sponsored KL2 Career Development Awards”

Anthony Sung, Kanecia Zimmerman, and Terrence Allen are the newest KL2 scholars at Duke. Photo by Duke University Photography

Anthony Sung, Kanecia Zimmerman, and Terrence Allen are the newest KL2 scholars at Duke. Photo by Duke University Photography

March 10, 2015

Terrence Allen, MD, is a latecomer to bench research.

He has spent more than a decade honing clinical skills during internships and fellowships in Jamaica, the U.K., and the U.S. and as a faculty member at Duke since 2008. As an anesthesiologist focusing on women’s health, he has encountered first-hand the high costs – emotionally, physically and financially — of preterm births. A few years ago, he began studying the molecular mechanisms of preterm birth in the hope of finding ways to prevent it.

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Chris KeithJunior Faculty Receive Time, Training, and Mentorship through KL2 Awards