Brenden-Colson Center Fellowship
The Brenden-Colson Center for Pancreatic Care at Oregon Health & Science University is sponsoring a new fellowship to train early stage investigators for a career in research related to the biology, diagnosis, or therapy of hereditary, inflammatory or malignant pancreatic disease. The goal of this program is to assist in launching new careers, or new research directions, to advance the understanding of pancreatic biology, disease, and/or therapy.
- Up to two fellowships will be awarded each year.
- Awards will provide $100,000 per year which can be applied toward salary, associated benefits, and/or for research support.
- Each award is for 1 year with potential for a second year.
- Fellowship will take place in Portland, OR
- Applicants must have a research or health-professional doctoral degree (Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M., D.O., Pharm.D., etc).
- Eligibility is limited to researchers at the rank of postdoc, research assistant professor, or assistant professor that have not previously worked in the fields of either pancreatic biology or pancreatic cancer.
- Candidates that have accepted a postdoctoral fellowship, K award, or career transition award are not eligible.
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