Posts Tagged ‘fellowship’

Postdoctoral fellowships from the Human Frontier Science Program

The Human Frontier Science Program encourages postdoctoral scientists to broaden their research skills by moving into new areas of study while working in a new country. The program provides awardees with approximately $50,000 per year for three years, and invites applications for two international mechanisms that offer postdoctoral fellowships for basic research training: Long-Term Fellowships – For applicants with a Ph.D. in a biological discipline to embark on a new project in a different field of … Read More

Expansion of NIH NRSA individual training grants

As of spring 2014, all institutes at the NIH will now support individual Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards. In response to the 2012 NIH report on the state of graduate education in the U.S., the NIH has signaled that it will take a more active role in education of graduate students, including increasing recommendations around graduate curriculum, career path training and time to degree for students supported on training and on research grants. As a … Read More

Significant changes to NIH Pathway to Independence Award K99 program

The NIH has reissued its parent announcement for the Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00). Several significant changes have been made to this program for applications due in Winter 2014 and beyond: Candidates for the K99/R00 award must have no more than 4 years of postdoctoral research training experience at the time of the initial application or the subsequent resubmission. Although the duration of postdoctoral training may vary across scientific disciplines, candidates must propose a plan … Read More

HHMI International Student Research Fellowships; internal LOI due Oct. 18

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) seeks applications from outstanding international pre-doctoral students studying in the U.S. who are ineligible for fellowships or training grants through U.S. federal agencies. HHMI will fund up to 50 three-year fellowships for international graduate students worth over $30,000 per year. The fellowships are intended to support years three, four, and five of a Ph.D. program. HHMI seeks fellows in the following biomedical-related fields: biology, chemistry, physics, math, computer science, … Read More

Neurobiology graduate fellowship funding from OHSU Brain Institute

The OHSU Brain Institute announces the availability of two one-year fellowships (to include base stipend plus $2,000) to support graduate students (Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) interested in research relevant to the study of the neurobiology of disease. Applications will be judged on the basis of scientific merit, novelty, relevance of the research to the neurobiology of disease, the commitment of the student to ongoing research on the neurobiology of disease, and the mentor’s qualifications. The deadline … Read More

Research Administration classes in June: RDA 101

Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) is offering a number of great classes in the next few months for Research Administrators and others who support Research at OHSU. Click the links below to learn more. Thursday, June 6  RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Bancroft Building Community Room Whether you’re new to OHSU Research or have been around but would like to put some faces to names, or fill in … Read More

Reminder: Are you applying for an NIH fellowship this year?

NRSA Applications: Critical Administrative Tools, Feb. 22 If you’re planning to apply for an NIH pre- or post-doctoral fellowship this April, we encourage you to attend this informal brown bag session with Research Grants and Contracts, OHSU’s pre-award office. Experienced grants analysts will walk you through a sample application and answer questions you have about the application process. Both researchers and administrators are welcome to attend. When: February 22, 2013 from 12 to 1 p.m. … Read More

NRSA Applications: Critical Administrative Tools, Feb. 22

If you’re planning to apply for an NIH pre- or post-doctoral fellowship this April, we encourage you to attend this informal brown bag session with Research Grants and Contracts, OHSU’s pre-award office. Experienced grants analysts will walk you through a sample application and answer questions you have about the application process. When: February 22, 2013 from 12 to 1 p.m. Where: Vollum Institute, room M1443 Please RSVP to funding@ohsu.edu.

Ineligible for fellowships through U.S. federal agencies?

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) seeks applications from outstanding international predoctoral students studying in the U.S. who are ineligible for fellowships or training grants through U.S. federal agencies. HHMI will fund up to 50 three-year fellowships for international graduate students worth over $30,000 per year. The fellowships are intended to support years three, four, and five of a Ph.D. program. HHMI seeks fellows in the following biomedical-related fields: biology, chemistry, physics, math, computer science, … Read More

Information meeting – NSF and DoD fellowships for first-year grad students

Attention first-year graduate students: Research Funding & Development Services is holding a short information meeting on Tuesday, August 28, at 1 p.m. in Mackenzie Hall 2136 to talk to any interested students about applying for fellowships from the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense. These opportunities are limited to students in their first year of graduate school. This workshop will feature students who have received graduate student funding awards as well as information … Read More

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