Training Program in Organogenesis pre- and post-doctoral fellowships make call for applications
A competition for pre-doctoral and non-traditional postdoctoral fellowships in organogenesis is now open, part of a NIH T32 Training Grant (Training Program in Organogenesis). The goal of the fellowship awards are to provide up to two years of support for outstanding scholars who wish to undertake a research project in the field of organogenesis.
Criteria used to evaluate all applications include the strength of the mentor and strength of the trainee (as evaluated by letters and CVs), the quality of the research project and the degree to which the project fits the goals of the training program, and the Center for Cell Plasticity and Organ Design (CPOD).
The call for applications are for the following:
- NIH T32 Predoctoral Fellowship (applicants must have achieved candidacy by the time of appointment to the training grant)
- Dean’s Non-Traditional Postdoctoral Fellowship in Organogenesis (non-federally funded)
- The non-traditional postdoctoral fellowships are open to non-citizen and non-permanent residents, and provide partial funding for one year.
Materials due: Monday, May 17 at 5 p.m.
Submit to Tamika Mohr at: email@example.com
Faculty mentors: If you are NOT a member of the organogenesis faculty but wish for a trainee in your lab to apply, you may submit a concurrent application for CPOD membership.